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Users may now use WhatsApp to make calls, listen to calls, and send messages thanks to Ray-Ban Stories. Mark Zuckerberg made the announcement in a Facebook post, where he also revealed that users would be able to utilize voice commands to directly reply to messages sent via Facebook Messenger or WhatsApp. In September 2021, Meta (formerly Facebook) and Ray-Ban jointly unveiled the Ray-Ban Stories sunglasses.
The Ray-Ban Stories sunglasses can be voice-activated to take photographs and videos, and they can connect wirelessly to Facebook’s platform via an app.
- The cost of Ray-Ban Stories was $299. (roughly Rs. 21,970).
- Photos and videos can be taken with Ray-Ban Stories sunglasses.
- In the front of the frames are cameras.
The UI of meta’s smart glasses, Ray-Ban Stories, now includes WhatsApp calling and messaging capabilities.
Through a Facebook post, Mark Zuckerberg introduced the new function. In addition to being able to make calls, hear and transmit end-to-end encrypted communications with WhatsApp using the hands-free features of Ray-Ban Stories, users will also be able to instantly reply to Messenger or WhatsApp messages using voice commands, according to Zuckerberg. The most recent iterations of WhatsApp for iOS and Android will support the feature.
Recall that in September 2021, Meta (formerly Facebook) and Ray-Ban together released the Ray-Ban Stories sunglasses. The smart glasses had a $299 starting price at the time of debut (roughly Rs. 21,970).
As was already mentioned, the Ray-Ban Stories sunglasses can be voice-activated to take photographs and videos, and they can also connect wirelessly to Facebook’s platform through an app. The arms of Ray-Ban Stories are designed to function as directional speakers for listening to calls or streaming audio, while cameras are incorporated into the front of the frames.
Facebook Reality Labs product manager Hind Hobeika stated, “We need the customer to feel entirely in control of their capture experience. Hobeika continued, “And, similarly, we need everyone around them to feel comfortable that these smart glasses exist and constantly be aware when a capture is happening.”
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Only in these areas is WhatsApp support available.
This feature will only be available to Ray Ban smart glasses users in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Austria, Belgium, France, Italy, Spain, and Australia. The feature has not yet been implemented by the company in India.
Ray-Ban Stories-like functionality was implemented by Meta for Facebook Messenger in 2021. The CEO of Facebook also disclosed that voice commands will soon allow users to directly reply to messages on WhatsApp or Messenger.
For those who are unaware, Facebook announced its entry into the smart glasses market in 2018 with the release of Ray-Ban Stories smart spectacles in collaboration with global eyewear leader EssilorLuxottica.
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