Eyez™ Featured in Rolling Stone
Top Toy: Spy Glasses Record HD Video on the Sly
By Scott Steinberg
Everyday schlubs dreaming of being James Bond can suddenly stalk exes and international agents alike in style with ZionEyez's Eyez, a pair of sunglasses with built-in 720p HD video camera. Selling for $150, the shades can record up to three hours of high-definition video on 8GB of storage, and include an integrated microphone and microUSB port.
Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity is also offered, letting you quickly connect with iPhone or Android apps, and upload videos on-demand to your computer or the Internet for millions to enjoy. Allowing you to record events to YouTube or hard drive, you can let the word tune in live as you bust your cheating spouse or get clubbed by overzealous security guards while clambering onstage at Coachella.
Currently available for preorder, the glasses’ creators say they make a handy alternative to smartphones. Enjoy action as it unfolds without having to worry about wielding a miniature camcorder. Possibilities are theoretically endless though, potentially allowing anyone to embark on a second career as a private eye, or bring friends along on their next panty raid.