Do you remember the scene in Mission: Impossible II where agent Ethan Hunt got his hands on futuristic looking sunglasses? That was a pair of Oakley Romeo sunglasses with audio visual mission briefing and self-destruct mechanism. The new Immortal Video Glasses maybe far from an exploding IMF issue but it doesn’t make it less spy-friendly or less of a cool sunglass. In fact, if you’re also into the extreme sports or dangerous missions (harness-free cliff climbing comes to mind), the splash proof Immortal Video Glasses can record your almost impossible adventures so that you can brag about them later on.
This eyewear is equipped with an integrated widescreen VGA video camera that can shoot and store up to 3 hours worth of quality AVI-format video in its built-in 4GB memory. The 3 megapixel lens allows for 736×480 pixels video resolution and can record at 25 frames per second. It also has an internal mic and a built in 500mAh battery that can power the camera for about 2.5 hours.
The Immortal Video Glasses use only 2-button for controls and weigh just like your average pair of glasses. To add variety, it has three sets of interchangeable lens that come in polarized flame orange, polarized dark grey, and clear. Additional package contents include a car charger, USB cable and plug, nose bridge and spacers, and a protective metal case.