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HD video camera glasses: hands-free videography

The perfect match for your Get Smart spy kit, these video camera glasses are barely noticeable, and offer a new point of view to filming.

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Video camera glasses that are barely noticeable

You Vision” video camera glasses are a new product that has a tiny camera in the nose bridge of what appears to be traditional spectacles, offering hands-free videography, a traditional move for spies, but an extremely useful for businesses of all types.

For around $150, the video camera glasses not only captures video of what you are seeing first person, and while it cannot capture still images, it does record sound, has a built-in rechargeable lithium battery, and is compatible with both Mac and PC.

It features a Micro SD slot that accepts up to a 16GB card, films in 1280 x 720 resolution, and you simply download video via a simple USB cord. The HD video camera glasses kit includes a 4GB Micro SD card (but remember, if you have a larger card, you can use it), a case, USB cable, the necessary power adapter and even a neat little cleaning cloth.

Photo tour of the genius video camera glasses

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Imaginative uses for the video camera glasses

The video camera glasses are the perfect way to show the world what you see, to give clients and consumers a peek behind the scenes. Perhaps you’re a real estate professional who simply wants to tour a home for a client hundreds of miles away, or you’re a crochet pro that wants to do a fast-motion film about what it takes to make a custom piece?

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Additionally, instructional videos can be made with these, or improve the customer service you offer. Imagine you own an auto mechanic shop, and you can email a customer video of repairs you’re making so they feel at ease? Maybe you’re a restaurant owner, and you want to showcase on your blog what it’s like to be part of the waitstaff and get genuine interaction since people don’t know it’s a camera.

Hipsters have paved the way for thick-rimmed glasses to be the norm, so thanks to their tireless efforts, the video camera glasses are barely noticeable!

Written By

Marti Trewe reports on business and technology news, chasing his passion for helping entrepreneurs and small businesses to stay well informed in the fast paced 140-character world. Marti rarely sleeps and thrives on reader news tips, especially about startups and big moves in leadership.

1 Comment

1 Comment

  1. JoeLoomer

    January 15, 2013 at 6:34 am

    Awesome! I’m still thinking they’ll have to get a lot more “sexy” before you see this get too viral.

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