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Cool High Tech Sunglasses

1. Spy Sunglasses
The Spy Sunglasses from 007 Spy Gear are perfect for the wannabe undercover agent, as they provide the ability to record high quality video plus audio through a miniature camera embedded in the frames. Theyre no slouch in the memory department, either, packing 4GB of storage, or two hours of recorded video in AVI format. All it takes is the press of a button, and the snoop wearing them is up and running (or rather walking, nonchalantly, so as not to blow his or her cover). The lithium ion battery offers up to 60 minutes of continuous recording behind the inconspicuous polarized lenses; more than enough time for that covert mission.
2. DropShades
When the tunes are turned way up high, you can count on DropShades to provide a suitable visual accompaniment for your eyes. These tech wonders combine audio and LED technology in a pair of shades that light up in time with the rhythm of music. Its all down to a small microphone that converts incoming sound via a signal processor, triggering LED lights on the lenses. Dropshades are available to pre order from the companys website for $40 and are sold in black, white, or blue glow. Whether youre busy fist pumping at a club, wandering around a music festival or showing off your moves on top of a bar, pop on a pair of these bad boys and prepare to be noticed.
3. SunnyCam
Much like the Spy Sunglasses, the SunnyCam offers high quality video, but here its HD recorded at 720p resolution. These shades can record 30 frames per second, and they come with interchangeable black and clear lenses. However, whats perhaps more impressive is the fact that theres room for a 32GB memory card if you feel the need to upgrade the 16GB card that comes with the glasses. And if discretion isnt part of your M.O., why not go for one of the more outlandish color options ? blue, red, yellow or pink, perhaps?
4. Atmos x Oakley Capsule Collection Jawbone
The Jawbone shades were the result of a collaboration between Californian sunglasses powerhouse Oakley and Japanese streetwear brand atmos. They feature a black and white speckle pattern across the frame and a striking, glow in the dark bottom bracket. The lenses boast Oakleys iridium coating, which reduces glare and enhances contrast, but the undoubted highlight is the luminescent lower section of the frame, which will let people see you coming from quite a way away when the sun goes down. Why youd be wearing sunglasses at night in the first place, however, is an entirely different question.
5. Polaroid GL20 Camera Glasses
What do you get when you combine Lady Gaga, a pair of sunglasses and camera company Polaroid? The Polaroid GL20 Camera Glasses, of course. These futuristic looking shades feature a pair of 1.5 LCD displays set into them, and they not only allow users to take photos with the built in digital camera, but also to display them on the LCD screens before your eyes. Captured images are stored on a detachable USB earpiece, so that all of Gagas Little Monsters can upload their pictures in a flash ? or transfer new images and video onto the USB to display on the glasses as the wearers roam the streets.
6. Recon Jet
Designed with sportspeople in mind, the Recon Jet sunglasses come jam packed with high tech features, including GPS and Bluetooth capabilities, an embedded HD video camera, speakers and a microphone. They also include a powerful integrated microcomputer that can provide detailed, accurate sports performance metrics for their wearer. Another impressive feature is the optical touchpad, which facilitates the glasses being operated by gesture control as well as standard button pushes. The Recon Jet glasses also aid endurance athletes by having a battery life of four to six hours, which can easily be extended by switching over the batteries.
7. EnChroma CxD
In the same way that Clark Kent hid his superhero identity under the guise of an average human, the EnChroma Cx D sunglasses hide a secret under their aviator esque frames. The lenses of these superhero style glasses incorporate special filters that help to correct color blindness by obstructing the wavelengths of light that increase color confusion and thus enhancing welcome colors. The $600 specs are available on the EnChroma website, which also offers a free color blindness test to ensure these lenses are right for you.
8. Oakley Thump 2
Oakley has been in the sunglasses business for years, mostly catering to the needs of athletes who need gear that works with them as they work up a sweat. The brand stepped into the realm of technology when it introduced its MP3 sunglasses range, which includes the Thump 2 model. Besides providing UV protection, the shades offer 1GB of storage without any troublesome wires getting in the way. One charge supplies up to six hours of playing time, and in case you lose track of time, the glasses have an indicator to display battery life, so that you know when to recharge without breaking your stride.
9. Vuzix Wrap 920
Remember those 3D glasses given out at movie theaters with one red and one blue lens? Not only are they a thing of the past, but they cant hold a candle to the technologically advanced 3D glasses on the market, such as the Vuzix Wrap 920. These sunglasses offer an impressive movie experience: when hooked up with an NTSC or PAL machine with video out options, the glasses display the equivalent of a 67 inch screen 10 feet away from where youre situated. They can also be connected to an iPhone, iPod or iPad with the included A/V adapter. However, theyre not just for 3D movies, as these super shades can just as easily display the 2D type, too.
10. Adlens John Lennon Variable Focus Eyewear
Why wait for a prescription when you can tailor the focal strength of a pair of glasses yourself? Thats the thinking behind the John Lennon collection from Adlens. These pioneering variable focus glasses feature fluid injection technology that allows you to adjust the lenses to your prescription with a few twists and turns of the attached dials. And while they may look slightly odd, at least the dials can be removed once youve found the right setting. Whats more, in addition to their highly functional and innovative design, the specs have a social conscience, with every purchase seeing a pair of glasses donated to the Vision for a Nation charity, which provides eye care in?Rwanda.


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