If everyone could see through your eyes, they'd be shocked to learn that you do tons of crazy ish, like occasionally reading Vanity Fair while refusing to do more than just skim Michael Wolff's column, despite his valid points about sensational journalism. Now allowing you to make this rather mundane fantasy a reality, Eyez by ZionEyez. Conceived by a Seattle-based crew of techies/engineers, this still-in-development piece of wearable geekery looks just like a classic pair of Wayfarer-ish shades but actually boasts a fully concealed video camera that'll let you surreptitiously record up to 3hrs of video, or stream it to the web, all without the hassle of holding a camera, or watching events unfold on a "miniature screen", which typically involves J.J. Barea.
Your totally-not-creepy video (up to 8GB) can be stored in the shades' flash memory, transferred via Bluetooth or Micro USB to a computer, or sent wirelessly to most Android or Jobs-powered devices; plus, thanks to an Eyez smartphone app, you'll be able to live-stream anything captured by the 720p HD camera from micro-video crew Omnivision, but not The Omni vision, which mostly just involved having the foresight to tear down the Omni back in '97.
Activating the shades-cam can also be done sneakily; the shades look completely innocuous except for a brief LED flash when you tap the subtle arm-mounted record button to start a video session, or when you "tag" and save a segment, resulting in a quick "blink, blink, blink", which people spent approximately 10000hrs talking about until Gladwell came out with Outliers. Eyez won't drop until later this year but if you pre-order a pair now you can save $50, and get additional swag like a t-shirt proclaiming that you "joined the movement", though to be fair, that just seems like vanity on your part.