Although I went out of my way to avoid Luxottica, I did get one pair of sunglasses in from the fabled brand of Oakley. That’s because these are no ordinary sunglasses – Radar Pace was created in partnership with Intel and is the result of years of research.Oakley Outlet.Initially I thought they were AR glasses, but they’re actually filled with sensors and contain a voice coach when paired to your smartphone. Radar Pace also acts as a hub for other sensors on your feet, wrists, etc.Oakley Sunglasses Outlet.High Definition Optics, impact protection, and Plutonite UVA/B/C protection, vented lenses, and an interchangeable clear lens round out the basic sunglass features, but the voice-assisted run, cycling, and fitness coach is what sets these apart from everything else on the market.Cheap Oakleys.Since the tech is so advanced in these sunglasses, I’ll be doing a fuller review soon, but for now I just wanted to introduce you to them.Oakley Sunglasses Sale.
I’ve never been a fan of Oakley’s sunglasses for fashion (I’m more of a casual Ray-Ban guy), but I fell in love with Radar Pace as soon as I put them on.Oakley Womens Sunglasses. Oakley and Intel’s Radar Pace training sunglasses, which were introduced at CES last year, are now available to buy.Oakley Sunglasses. The sunglasses come with built-in earbuds that allow the sunglasses to respond to voice commands. You can ask how far you’ve traveled and your pace, and your voice assistant “coach” will respond along with encouragement to keep going. The sunglasses are also outfitted with a bunch of sensors, including an accelerometer and gyroscope.Oakley Sunglasses For Men. They can also apparently detect pressure, humidity, and proximity. The gradient on the sunglasses’ lens is called “Prizm Road.” I enjoy it. It reminds me of Word art or PowerPoint slides.
The sunglasses pair with your phone through Bluetooth and can be controlled through the Radar Pace’s companion Android / iOS app.Discount Oakley.Cheap Oakley Sunglasses.If you don’t feel like using voice controls or the app, there’s also a touch pad on the sunglasses where you can skip songs, take phone calls, and adjust the volume. Wearing Google Glass was probably never cool, but that doesn’t mean eyewear can’t still be both intelligent and hip. At least that’s what sunglass manufacturer Oakley is counting on.Fake Oakleys.Nine months after Intel — Oakley’s partner — gave us a brief glimpse of the future of intelligent eyewear, Oakley is finally ready to ship the sharp-looking Oakley Radar Pace.Oakleys On Sale.Like Google Glass before it. Unlike Glass, these frames feel lightweight and, at a glance, still look like normal eyewear.