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The world is fast digitizing and all that we grew up seeing in movies is slowly unfolding into reality. Nothing shocks me now, literally nothing. If someone comes up to me shouting that our planet has been attacked by machines, I’ll easily take that!

So what’s new? Pair of glasses that can record videos, yes, crystal clear videos of whatever and wherever you look, plus other functions that your phone is supposed to do!

Surprise! There already exists a Google Glass that lets you record videos while you simply look around. It works more like your phone, displays information in a hands-free format and the wearers communicate with the Internet and everything else via voice commands.

Now, there’s another device by a brand called the ORBI Prime all set to beat Google with its better version of the super duper Google glasses, which actually lets you record a 360 degree view through your device lens. The ORBI uses four HD cameras and software that automatically stitches clips to create 360 videos. These videos are promised to be of a 4K resolution quality with a 30 fps frame rate.

The company also claims that these glasses use multi-layer video stabilization and has a built-in Wi-Fi connection, just like the Google glasses. You can connect the glasses to an ORBI app for browsing, editing, and sharing the video, which will be stored on a Micro SD card.

What else? It can record up to 90 minutes of 360 degree video with one complete charge. It uses a Micro USB cord for charging the device. A detachable strap can help keep the shades more secure in active shooting.

It really is like a first person perspective of breathtaking views, with something as small as a pair of glasses. Incredible! Isn’t it?

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Ritika Agarwal started writing at an early age and recently moved into digital-media fascinated by its diversity. She’s also into watching thought provoking cinema or visual literature, as she likes to calls it. Her blogs are her expression, and she is always up for a logical critique.