Google now is launching new eye wear technology. Who would’ve thought? Co-founder of Google, Surgey Brin has developed a smart phone like computing eye wear device under Google X (new name for Google Apps). The Google Glass aren’t actual glasses. They don’t contain a lens, just a small camera above the right eye, projecting a “heads up display”. In these ultra sleek light weight glasses, they perform more like a smart phone, responding to voice commands, taking pictures, recording video, and sending messages. The battery is located in the arms of the glasses which is also where the two microphones for voice command are located. These have yet to come out on the market officially, they are still adjusting the prototype. You can expect to pay around $1,500 for these bad boys once officially on the market. Maybe this could change things for Exclusive Eye Wear. We may have to start selling these to our customers who aren’t visually challenged (Humor). Of course we don’t want any accidents! Lets see how far this goes in our market.
Mike and Spike definitely captured the essence of the 80′s in there “Air Jordan” Nike commercials in the mid 90′s. These commercials really took me back, in reminding me how relevant Cazals were back then. Mike and Spike knew it!
Known for our specialty in designing custom products, New York City’s Power 105′s DJ Self reached out after hearing about the customized 607 Cazal by Exclusive Eye Wear. After expressing what he wanted we went right to work.
Every detail of the custom design, from the gradient tint fade on the frame, to his “DJ Self” logo embedded in his lenses in swarovski crystals was all DJ Self’s vision. He debut his custom Cazal at NYC’s well known promoter King Keino’s birthday party held at club Amnesia.