Get ready for a new kind of camera—embedded conveniently into your glasses! Our glasses are designed to acquiesce fluidly to your lifestyle and record your most precious moments from your unique point of view.
You’ll notice on the glasses that the bottom of the right leg is equipped with the following:
A built-in MicroSD slot for removable memory, complete with a MicroSD card already inserted. The card will pop out when you push it in.
A micro USB slot to charge the glasses (cable provided) on a standard computer.
The power button.
The inside surface of the right leg is equipped with the following:
A microphone labeled “Mic.”
A reset button labeled “Reset.”
Three indicator lights: Red, Blue, and Green
The top of the right leg is equipped with the following (labels shown on the inner side surface):
A “record video” button labeled with a video camera icon.
A “capture photo” button labeled with a camera icon.
charge the glasses
Charge the glasses for 6 hours when you first receive them. You can charge them with your computer. A USB cable is provided to connect your glasses to your computer. Once plugged in, the glasses will indicate charging with the red indicator light blinking. A solid red light will indicate that they have fully charged, and you can disconnect the cable. When you disconnect the USB cable after the glasses have charged, the red indicator (and the glasses) will turn off.
turn on the glasses
Once the glasses have charged, press the power button once to turn on the glasses. Four seconds will pass before the glasses will vibrate and turn on.
take a Photo
After you tap the power button to turn on the glasses, the glasses will enter standby mode after 4 seconds. Standby mode means you are not recording video, and is indicated by a solid red light.
You can take photos in standby mode: one tap of the “photo” button will shoot one frame, with the blue & green indicators flashing once. Hold the “photo” button down for 3 seconds to take 5 continuous photos, and the blue & green indicators will flash twice.
You can also take photos in video recording (described below) status: one tap of the “photo” button will capture a frame, with blue & green indicators flashing once. When capturing the photo in 1080P resolution, the photo is 1920x1080 pixels. When capturing the photo in 720P resolution, the photo is 280x720 pixels.
record a video
After you tap the power button to turn on the glasses, the glasses will enter standby mode after 4 seconds. To record videos, tap the “record video” button once. One tap will record video in 1080P resolution at 30 frames per second (1080P@30fps), and the blue indicator will turn solid. Another tap will stop the recording and return the glasses to standby mode, with the red indicator solid. Hold “record video” down for 3 seconds to record video in 720P resolution at 60 frames per second (720P@60fps), and the green indicator will turn solid. A second tap will stop the recording and return the glasses to standby mode.
turn off the glasses
Hold the power button down for 3 seconds to save the recording file and turn off the glasses. The red indicator turns off with one vibration, signifying the glasses are powered off.
download & play videos/view images
You can watch pictures and videos in your computer. For example, connect the glasses to your computer using the USB cable. If you are using a Windows-based system, the memory in the glasses will be at an external drive in Windows Explorer. Open the drive, you will see a folder holding your digital files. Play them with 'Windows Media Player' or other supported media player.
If you have a microSD card reader, you can remove the microSD card from the glasses, insert the card to the reader, and watch the digital files at your computer.
Although the glasses record in HD resolution, the video quality is limited to your computer's resolution. To see your recording in HD, you should play the video on a HD compatible device. For optimal performance, save videos and photos to your computer before viewing.