Recon Jet Computer Sunglasses

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

If you thought Google Glass was the only game in town, you’ve got another thing coming. Designed by Recon Instruments, the Recon Jet could be considered a sports version of Google Glass.

These ultra lightweight sports shades come equipped with a built-in microcomputer that displays a ton of data through its integrated heads-up display system. The glasses are equipped with a handful of sensors including accelerometer, thermometer, gyroscope and more. The Recon Jet also features dedicated graphics, a built-in HD camera, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi among other technologies. The polarized sunglasses weigh only 60 grams, which means you’ll never even know they’re there. Expect to see the glasses hit the retail scene during the latter half of the year. Check out the video below to see these things in action.

Recon Jet Computer Sunglasses 1

Recon Jet Computer Sunglasses 2

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