From the rock revolution of the ‘60s, to the art scene of the ‘80s, to the forefront of hip-hop culture – Wayfarer has become an enduring icon across endlessly shifting horizons. Now the journey continues with the latest in wearable tech. Ray-Ban Stories Wayfarer integrates the best of your phone with the timeless frame, bringing you a new way to capture and share your adventures.
Ray-Ban Stories - The new way to capture, share & listen.
In partnership with Facebook, discover our first generation of smart sunglasses and eyeglasses that keeps you connected. So you can keep your eyes on the world around you.
Capture the world as you see it.
Take photos and videos hands-free and stay immersed in the moment. The 4GB memory capacity can store 500 photos or 100 15 second videos. Take high-res photos (2592x1944 pixels) and quality video (1184x1184 pixels at 30 frames per second) with the dual 5MP camera.
Amplify your audio.
Discrete open-ear speakers allow you to seamlessly switch between taking a call and ordering a coffee. The 3 built-in microphones capture sound in all directions so you get rich voice and sound quality for calls and videos.
Never break your rhythm.
Never miss a moment thanks to the simple capture button. You can pause your song, take a photo or record a video with a single touch. Turn up the volume or skip to your favorite track using the hyper-responsive touchpad.
Share your stories.
The Facebook View App is your smart glasses operating system and content sharing companion, designed to enhance your social storytelling. Import, view and manage your photos and videos, create unique content with editing tools and share to Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp.
Facebook account required.
Ray-Ban Storires requieres a Facebook account and the Facebook View App to share social content.
With Facebook Assistant voice control you can spend more time looking up, instead of down at your phone. Capture photos and video, hands-free, by saying “HEY FACEBOOK...”, “take a photo”, “take a video”, “start recording” , “capture”. Facebook Assistant is only available in English.
Stay plugged in.
Charge your frames on the go with the compact, portable charging case. A fully charged frame lasts for 4 hours and a fully charged case provides an additional 3 days of power.
A:AnswerAs a individual who has made prescription eyewear for over ten years I would advise against having the stories made in your prescription. In short, yes, you can have them made in your prescription. However, that is going to add even more weight on your face due to the heavy weight of the glasses in general. Combine that with the glasses not being adjustable (they cannot be fitted to your head shape). This means the glasses are going to be very prone to falling off of your head. In conclusion, consumers are more than likely going to have to have wear straps or just be frustrated they wasted their time and return the glasses.