After you read this, you’d wish some of these for sale cool sunglasses are here in the Philippines. Do you prefer sunglasses that fit like a glove around your head? Is purchasing a new pair from a vending machine more convenient for you? Or do you want a sunglass that lets you buy another one?
Without further ado, here’s what we’re talking about:
Eyeglasses or sunglasses on sale with camera- or video-capabilities are not-so-new technological innovations (thanks to Google Glass from breaking the mold). So, it is normal for a social media company (Snapchat) that turned into a camera company (Snap Inc.) to invent Spectacles, “sunglasses with an integrated video camera that makes easy to create Memories.” What is different this time? Instead of selling them online or in-store, they used pop-up vending machines called Snapbots as shown below. The kiosk lets you try each color (black, coral, and teal) virtually before inserting your debit or credit card to buy.
Shades fit like a glove
Weeks from now, summer will soon start. Expect sunglasses for sale to flood every eyewear stores. You won’t have a problem finding different colors and styles but, as always, the challenge is if it is the right fit for you. This is where Skelmet Inc. saves the day by producing custom fit sport sunglasses out of their 3D printing machine. Skelmet is a combination of two words: skeleton and helmet.
Purchase an item via sunglasses
Who would think that someone might come up with an idea that someday we will buy items using our sunglasses? Visa, Inc. did. The payments technology company which introduced us to the Visa card is not a new player in the paying-via-wearable scheme. They’re not ditching the plastic card, instead, they have just discovered other innovative ways for you to spend more such as their waterproof wearable pay bands and now, an innocent-looking sunglasses.