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TECH BYTE: Ray-Ban glasses go high-tech

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF) – It’s summer. It’s hot and if you don’t already have some, you probably need sunglasses.

Ray-Ban has created smart glasses that make you look and feel smart.

The company presents its first generation of smart glasses.

This wearable technology does more than just protect your eyes from the sun.

You can capture, share and listen with them.

Ray-Ban Stories comes in three different styles of smart glasses and sunglasses: Wayfarer, Meteor and Round.

They each have a different look, but the same high-tech features.

You can even get them polarized or blue light glasses.

The glasses have both camera and sound.

Ray-Ban says you can use them to take photos and videos, listen to music and phone calls, and post to your social media accounts.

What’s cool is that you can take those photos and videos hands-free!

The glasses have a hyper-responsive touchpad and a capture button, which you can use to pause a song or take a quick photo or video with a single tap.

Open speakers make it easy to switch between taking a phone call and ordering a drink.

It even comes with a charging case, so you can keep the frames charged on the go.

When fully charged, the smart glasses can capture and sync up to 30 videos or 500 photos.

You’ll also have access to the Facebook View app, which you’ll use to share your photos and videos on social media.

And you can get the glasses with a prescription.

Ray-Ban Stories is available in 20 frame and lens color combinations.

You can buy them online, in store or from your optometrist.