I have already spoken in Engadget of the sunglasses with built-in camera from Liquid image. In the latest edition of CES, they presented a model submersible, ideal for underwater sports, and on this occasion, CES 2010, back to the load with the Summit, some Ski Goggles with this feature, a built-in camera.
If you like snow sports and you don’t want to stop recording it all these are undoubtedly your glasses. The camera that incorporates offers us the possibility both of record video (720 x 480 at 30 fps) with audio, as well as take photographs up to 5 megapixels. To store videos and photos features an internal memory of courtesy of 16 Mb and a slot for memory cards SD and SDHC up to 16 GB.
The controls are intended to be used with gloves during the practice of ski (or snowboard) since has large buttons on the sides of the glasses to strike them with ease (a button for on/off and mode, and another to activate trigger). In addition, be able to know when you are recording and in that way we are thanks to some small led lights located on the inside of the glasses.
Finally, it incorporates a rechargeable lithium battery, which promises to give us one autonomy of up to 2200 photos or 2:20 hrs of video recording.
They will be launched to the market at the end of the summer of 2010 at a price of $150 (about 105 euros current change).