It Costs At Least $300 To Join BTS Jungkook’s Latest TikTok Trend

Is it worth it?

BTS Jungkook‘s “3D” is trending nearly three months after its release.

BTS’s Jungkook

W&K’s sped-up version of Jungkook and Jack Harlow‘s “3D” has been trending with 85.7K posts on TikTok at the time of writing, thanks to a new trend. It features content creators recording themselves with their phone only to put it down, continuing to capture themselves singing and dancing in a mirror. Sometimes, they will also spin around to show the rest of the room.

@kakeguson

wanna see it in motion in 3d (ray ban x meta glasses slay) rayban meta

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@sixtyrich

и Диас себе купил

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@kikakiim

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If you’re confused about how they could continue recording without their phone’s camera… What did each content creator have in common? They were wearing glasses!

@rayban

we had to 🫰 keep the hands-free POVs coming #RayBanMeta #smartglasses #cameraglasses

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@haleyybaylee

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Luxury sunglasses and eyeglasses brand Ray-Ban and technology company Meta (formerly Facebook, Inc.) teamed up for a new pair of “smart glasses.” It features a camera and speaker to record videos, take photos, and live stream. The cost ranges from $299 to $329 USD!

| Ray-Ban

Two styles are available, “Wayfarer” and “Headliner,” and seven color options. You can also get prescription glasses.

Ray-Ban

While not everyone can spend $300 USD for a TikTok trend, some content creators have gotten creative. Some have even taped their mobile phone to their glasses.

@yuringding

저도 카메라 안경 샀습니다

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@tugboat_spenny

Imagine if i had the Meta glasses 🤔… also the confetti seemed like a good idea at the time 😑 #ceilingfanceo

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@choppergoreng

cant afford the ray ban glasses 😓 #samsungtab

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Some have wondered what those who have made the purchase will do with the glasses once the trend is over, and many are already planning on using them to record while attending concerts.

Source: Ray-Ban

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