Bose is showing off a new line of sunglasses with tiny speakers embedded in the arms. The idea is that people don’t have to wear earbuds or over-the-ear headphones to listen to their music or make a loud phone call.
Back in 2016, Snapchat rolled out its Snapchat Spectacles with the idea of giving fans of the platform a wearable video camera that could upload content to Snapchat. The glasses weren’t exactly a huge hit, but that hasn’t stopped them from releasing a second version.
The new Spectacles look very similar in shape and style to how they looked before.
Snap Inc., the company now formerly known as Snapchat, has introduced a unique pair of shades. Spectacles are a line of sunglasses that use an integrated camera to upload proprietary circular photos and videos to Snap Memories.
A few years ago we found out that you can obscure the content of your laptop to everyone but you by making specially polarized sunglasses. A startup called NoonWear is working on a pair of sunglasses that work similarly, but are designed to reduce glare from sunlight and other bright light sources.
NoonWear’s One sunglasses have two variants.
Get some comic looks thanks to your comic books. These sunglasses are inspired by the heroes and villains of DC Comics. Sunglasses are a good way to become a superhero or villain while still maintaining a secret identity.
Everyone knows that glasses fool everyone.
Need a new pair of sunglasses so you can look cool at the beach this summer? Let two of your favorite heroes help. These Batman and Doctor Who custom sunglasses from Etsy seller ketchupize are perfect.
The worst part of having a nice pair of sunglasses is losing them. Especially if they were stolen from your checked bag, and every single American Airlines employee you talk to ignores you for about five months.
There are a lot of good reasons that you might want these mirrored rear view sunglasses. Maybe you think you are being tailed, or maybe you are in a bad neighborhood. These sunglasses would also be great for detectives, allowing them to keep an eye on their subject while ahead of them.
A couple of years ago we featured Garrett Mace’s LED Matrix Shades, which are sunglasses that have rows of programmable LEDs instead of lenses. You can get a pair of those from Garrett’s online store, but you might want to wait for his RGB Shades.
If you want to be cool like Boba Fett, it isn’t easy. You need an awesome ship, a bounty hunting license, some really rad armor and a backpack with jets. You are also going to want a pair of cool sunglasses for when you are sitting on the beach relaxing after a tough job.
Thanks to the force of electricity, these Star Wars sunglasses will not only shield you from bright light, they can also help you see – or at least stand out – in the dark thanks to LEDs on the sides of the frames.
…Let me explain. You know how you can place a pencil and other small objects behind your ears? The Grip Clip lets you do that using the temples of your sunglasses, so you can store more things on your head!
I don’t wear sunglasses, but I would if they came mint on action figure cards like these G.I. Joe sunglasses. All fashion accessories should come on geeky cards like this. They would sell a lot more of them, I’m certain.
For a long time, most sunglasses have made of the same basic materials – plastic or metal. Recently, I’ve seen wooden sunglasses and even shades made from recycled skateboards pop up. These sunglasses fuse wood with stone to make them look quite rugged.
“I saw her shooting daggers at me when I walked away with her ex-boyfriend.”
I’m sure you’ve heard of the idiom ‘shooting’ daggers before. But have you ever heard of someone glaring at you so fiercely that it felt like they were ‘shooting bullets’ at you?