Models like these offer a world of possibilities right before your eyes, in a lightweight and innovative design.

Technological innovation never stops, and the latest in technological gadgets promises to revolutionize the way we interact with the digital world. We are talking about Frame smart glasses, equipped with “AI superpowers” that seem to come straight from a science fiction film. Brilliant Labs Frame glasses are a big step forward in the field of smart glasses – Sjbeez

Created by the startup Brilliant Labs, these glasses are not just a stylish accessory, but a truly cutting-edge tool that brings augmented reality (AR) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) directly before users’ eyes. With the ability to offer AI visual analysis, real-time translation and instant web searches, Frame glasses are a revolutionary alternative to smartphones. ù

Thanks to Brilliant Labs, we can already imagine using our voice to ask the glasses to identify a monument, look for information on a pair of sneakers we just noticed in the shop window, or even get nutritional details on the dish we are about to order at a restaurant. The information appears as an overlay on the lenses, allowing unprecedented use of the data.

Advanced capabilities and innovative design, a big breakthrough in the industry

Available in three elegant colors – black, gray and transparent – and with the possibility of adding prescription lenses, the Frame glasses can already be pre-ordered and will begin shipping on April 15th. This gadget marks a significant step forward compared to the smart glasses of the past, which despite their promises, never really caught on with the general public.

Frames allow you to always have real-time translations, instant web searches and visual analyzes of all kinds available – Sjbeez

Frame’s promise is to be a completely open source and customizable tool, offering previously unexplored freedom of use. The true magic of Frame is revealed through Brilliant Labs’ Noa app, which integrates an AI assistant powered by OpenAI for visual analytics, Whisper for translation and Perplexity for web search.

This AI assistant is designed to learn and adapt to the user’s needs, promising an increasingly personalized and intuitive experience. While Noa is free to use, a "daily limit" on usage is mentioned, with future plans for a premium subscription further expanding access options.

From a technical point of view, Frame glasses are an engineering jewel. Equipped with a 640 x 400 pixel micro OLED display that projects images, they offer a field of view of approximately 20 degrees. While it may seem limited compared to other AR devices, it is enough to ensure an immersive experience without overtaxing your eyes. Furthermore, with a 1280 x 720 camera, integrated microphone, 222mAh battery and a completely open source Lua-based operating system, Frame is ready to meet the needs of the most demanding users.