Smarter Ray-Ban Meta Glasses that is Able to Identify Landmarks

By Consultants Review Team Tuesday, 12 March 2024

Now, the Ray-Ban Meta smart glasses can identify landmarks. The most recent beta release gives Meta additional multimodal AI capabilities, such as the capacity to identify and inform you about landmarks. Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta, posted a new multimodal AI function in beta on Ray-Bans that "recognizes and can tell you about landmarks" via Meta Channel on Instagram. Upon viewing the landmark, users may simply press a button to get further information about it.

With its Ray-Ban smart spectacles, Meta has been incorporating further AI features. The business made it possible for smart glasses to recognize things in December. The most recent multimodal capabilities of Ray-Ban smart glasses, such as the capacity to identify landmarks and monuments, are only available in the US at this time due to the fact that they are still in the beta stage. To test these functions, one must enroll in an early access program.

In 2023, the second iteration of Ray-Ban Meta smart glasses was introduced with 150 customizable frame and lens combinations. The upgraded Ray-Ban Meta smart glasses, which analyze sounds, images, and videos, come with a 12 MP camera and enhanced speaker capabilities. They are also powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon AR1 Gen1 Platform.

The most recent Ray-Ban Meta smart glasses are lighter, slimmer, and have a battery life of up to 36 hours (with the travel case) than the first-generation model. Furthermore, users of these smart glasses may broadcast live on social media sites like Facebook and Instagram.

A hands-free on-the-go experience is made possible by the integration of Meta AI, as users may call upon the Meta AI by just uttering "Hey Meta." At a starting price of $299, Ray-Ban Meta smart glasses are presently offered in a few locations, including the US and Europe.

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