Ray Ban Stories Smart Glasses: Meta Platform Aims to Entice Live Streamers

Ray Ban Stories Smart Glasses will soon be coming out with a new version that will enable the camera-equipped wearer to directly and immediately stream video to Instagram and Facebook. The new version is a collaboration between Meta Platform and EssilorLuxottica. It will have the added functionality of letting streamers communicate directly with the audience.

What Features Make the Next-Gen Version of Ray Ban Stories Different from the Older Version?

Apparently, Meta Platform is looking to entice the creators of live streams to use the new version of the smart glasses. After all, the frame of the Ray Ban Smart Glasses already has two two built-in cameras, a microphone, open-ear speakers, and a touchpad,

According to leaked reports coming from Lowpass, direct communication between Ray Ban Stories live streamers and audience, is doable. The smart glasses have the capability to directly communicate by relaying comments by way of the audio over built-in the headphones. This new feature is anticipated to be a big thing for the streaming people.

Many streamers now explore places by wandering through streets while using their smart phone and a stabilizing hand-held gimbal while audience comments come through a speaker.device. Streamers are motivated to interact with the audience particularly with
those who donate money

However, this could pose a problem in public places since viewers who donate or pay expect their comments to be read aloud even if their remarks are outlandish, and offensive.

The new version of the Ray Ban Stories Smart Glasses could carry on the streamer-viewer interaction via a private speaker. Interactions therefore can be filtered to include revenue-related streams, based on the discretion of the live streamer.

Enabling streamers to control and filter interaction across the world around them, could be a big enticement for influential Facebook and Instagram streamers.

The Meta Platform is seeing the youngsters as following the footsteps of older streamers who have been amassing not only followers but also real money revenues. If the Next-Gen version of the Ray Ban Smart Glasses can enable wearers to capture video, and at the same time listen to music, answer calls and directly interact with viewers, it could end the need to shift in the use of multiple devices when streaming live.