Reactions to tonight’s presidential debate will no doubt play out in real time across social media: Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat. Donald Trump’s campaign even made a “Crooked Hillary” filter for Snapchat, a frame that users can place over their pictures. But there’s even bigger news in the Snapchat universe. Snapchat’s parent company, Snap Inc., dropped a new product called Snapchat Spectacles. They’re sunglasses that record video from the wearer’s perspective and automatically upload the videos to Snapchat wirelessly. It’s the company’s first hardware product, a risky move according to some tech gurus.