Sunglasses that fit with an app

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Apps now do everything, and changing the opacity of sunglasses is one of those possible things.

We are talking about the Dusk glasses, from the Ampere company, the first electrochromic smart sunglasses, so that their opacity can be changed remotely.

They are designer sunglasses with cutting-edge technology subtly integrated into the frames. They are not photochromic lenses that react to light, they are electrochromic, which allows us to select exactly the level of tint we want.

We can use the Ampere app to set the exact tint level that we want or select some preset (it is the same technology used in the windows of luxury cars).

Dusk also works as wireless headphones, with built-in speakers in both arms and microphones that allow you to make phone calls. They are even enabled for the Apple and Android voice assistant.

The technology used is almost impossible to detect from a distance, they are not huge temples, and the polarized TAC lenses block 100% of UVA and UVB rays. The frame is made of lightweight and durable TR-90 material.

In terms of battery, it lasts 20 days in standby mode and 4 hours running, with a rechargeable travel case that houses enough energy to charge the Dusk more than five times (it charges from 0 to 80% in just 15 minutes ).

You can find out more details at dusk.ampere.shop, where they ask for the email to notify us when they will be available for purchase.