1080P HORIZON
U S ER MAN U A L
PRODUCT MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
+ Key Features..................................................................2
+ Getting Started..............................................................3
+ Power On/Off.................................................................3
+ Video Recording............................................................4
+ Playback........................................................................4
+ Settings..........................................................................5
+ Changing Lenses & Frame Sizing..................................7
+ Troubleshooting.............................................................9
+ Technical Specifications..............................................10
+ Safety and Warning......................................................11
+ 1 Year Warranty...........................................................12
WHAT’S IN THE BOX
+ 1080P Horizon Camera Glasses
+ Dark Tint & Clear Lenses
+ 8GB Micro SD Card
+ Hard Case
+ Soft Pouch
+ Cleaning Cloth
+ USB Cable
+ Wall Charger
+ User Manual
1
KEY FEATURES
1080P 30fps | 720P 60fps
Shoot amazingly clear HD videos. You can set your desired
resolution and frame rate.
One-Touch Recording With Audio Alert
Easily start and stop recording with a touch of a button. In
addition to a recording indicator light, the glasses beep to alert
when recording has started, and beeps again when recording
has been stopped. (Can be disabled)
Removable Storage
We include an 8GB micro SD card to get you started. If
you want more memory, the Horizon supports up to a 32GB
card (we recommend class 10).
Time Lapse Feature
When enabled, time lapse pictures are saved into a separate
folder for every 10 seconds of video that is being recorded. Weather Resistant Frame
Designed to withstand conditions like light rain and sweat. 135° Wide Angle Lens
Capture wide view with a 135° wide angle lens without
any distortion. Great for action sports and activities.
Change Video Settings
Includes the ability to change video settings like contrast,
white balance, exposure, saturation, sharpness and more!
Time/Date Stamp
Stamp each video with the time/date so you know when the
recording took place. You can easily turn this feature off too.
2
GETTING STARTED
A. CHARGING:
For peak performance, it is recommended that you fully charge
your Horizons for 3-4 hours using the supplied charging/USB
cable. Do not charge the glasses longer than 12 hours. You may
charge the glasses in two ways:
1. Connect to a PC:
a. Connect the glasses to your PC via the supplied charging
USB cable.
b. While charging, a red light will be illuminated if no SD card is
inserted. If a micro SD card is inserted a red yellow light will show.
c. A solid green light will show when the glasses are fully charged.
2. Connect to a Wall Outlet:
a. Connect the glasses to a wall outlet using the charging/USB
cable and the wall charger provided.
b. While charging, a red light will be illuminated.
c. The red light will turn off when fully charged.
NOTE: For best results, make sure your glasses are powered
off during charging and only use the provided charging cable.
If unused for long periods of time, make sure to charge your
Horizons fully before using them again.
B. INSERT SD CARD:
Insert a micro SD card before you power on the glasses. The
Horizons support up to 32GB SD card (we recommend a class 10).
POWER ON/OFF
A. POWER ON:
1. Insert a micro SD card .
2. Press and hold the Power/Record button located on the
right temple.
3. You will hear four beeps which indicates the Horizons have been
powered on and recording has begun.
B. POWER OFF:
1. Press and hold the Power/Record button located on the
right temple.
2. You will hear a long beep which indicates the Horizons have
been powered off and all video files are saved.
NOTE: Each time you start/stop recording a new video file is
created.
3
VIDEO RECORDING
A. START RECORDING:
The record button is located on the right temple. Make sure a micro
SD card is inserted before recording. To start recording:
1. Press and hold the record button
2. The glasses will beep four times and start recording.
3. While recording, the recording indicator light will flash blue
B. STOP RECORDING:
To stop recording, press and hold the record button until you hear
a long beep.
NOTE: Each time you start/stop recording a new video file is
created. To optimize video size, the glasses will automatically save a
video file every 25 minutes.
C. AUTO SHUTOFF:
If the battery is low or there is no free memory on the SD card, the
glasses will save the current file and beep as it powers off.
PLAYBACK
A. CONNECT GLASSES TO A PC:
1. With a micro SD card inserted and the glasses powered off,
connect the Horizons to your PC, the glasses will beep 4 times.
2. The glasses will mount as a removable drive on the PC.
3. Open the drive; locate and open the “DCIM” folder.
4. Video files can be transferred onto your computer by copying
and pasting or dragging and dropping the files into selected
folders on the PC.
5. Double click to open a selected video with your default
player. (QuickTime users, make sure the latest version is
installed.)
NOTE: If you have trouble getting video to play. We HIGHLY
recommend downloading VLC Player in order to playback the
videos on the PC.
B. REMOVE SD CARD:
1. Remove the SD card from your glasses.
2. Insert the SD card into a card reader (purchased separately).
3. Open the drive; locate and open the “DCIM” folder.
4. Video files can be transferred onto your computer by copying
and pasting or dragging and dropping the files into selected
4
folders on the PC.
5. Double click to open a selected video with your default
player. (QuickTime users, make sure the latest version is
installed.)
NOTE: If you have trouble getting video to play. We HIGHLY
recommend downloading VLC Player in order to playback the
videos on the PC.
SETTINGS
A. TURN ON/OFF THE TIME/DATE DISPLAY:
1. Power Off your Horizons.
2. With a micro SD card inserted, connect your glasses to a PC.
3. Open the removable drive that appears on the screen.
4. Open “Setting.txt” from the root folder of the glasses.
5. First change “UPDATE:N” to “UPDATE:Y” then refer to line item
“RTCDisplay”. Set to “0” to turn off time stamp or set to “1” to turn
on time stamp.
6. Save Changes and disconnect the Horizons. The next time you
record a video, your new settings will take effect.
B. SETTING CURRENT TIME/DATE:
1. Power Off your Horizons.
2. With a SD card inserted, connect your glasses to a PC
3. Open a Notepad (Windows) or TextEdit (Mac) and create a new
text file (Make sure the file is in the plain text file format).
4. Input the time according to the following format.
For example: The present time is: 03:09:07, December 9th, 2016,
so the input would be: 2016 12 09 03 09 07 (spaces are required
between each set of numbers).
5. Save the new document as “settime.txt” in the root folder of the
glasses. Make sure it is a plain text file.
6. Disconnect the glasses. The next time you record a video, your
new settings will take effect.
C. CHANGE VIDEO SETTINGS:
1. With a micro SD card inserted, connect the Horizons to a PC.
2. Open the removable drive that appears on the screen.
3. Locate and open the file “Setting.txt”. First change the line that
reads ”UPDATE:N” to “UPDATE:Y” or your settings will not be
saved after you change them. Make your changes and then save
the file and disconnect the glasses. The next time you record a
video, your new settings will take effect.
5
SETTINGS EXPLAINED:
• Exposure (EV): 1-21
Adjust exposure down in bright/sunny conditions. Adjust
exposure up in dark/cloudy conditions.
• White Balance (AWB): 0-4
Changes the white balance and is used for color
correction. 0=Auto, 1=Daylight, 2=Cloudy, 3=Tungsten
Filament, 4=Incandescent
• Contrast (CTST): 1-100
Increase or decrease the degree of difference between
tones.
• Saturation (SAT): 1-100
Increase or decrease the vibrance of colors.
• Sharpness (SHARPNESS): 1-100
Increase or decrease the sharpness.
• Quality (QUALITY): 0-2
Change the video quality. 0=High, 1=Middle, 2=Low
• Light Frequency: (LIGHTFREQ): 0-1
0=60Hz, 1=50Hz
• Time Stamp Display (RTCDisplay): 0-1
0=Off , 1=On
• Audio (AudioEnable): 0-1
0=Mute, 1=On
• Video Mode (VideoSwitch): 0-1
0=1080P, 1=720P
• Time Lapse (TimeLapse): 0-xxx
0=Off , 60-1200=Number of frames per hour
• Buzzer Alert (BuzzerAlert): 0-3
0=Off , 1=High, 2=Middle, 3=Low
6
CHANGING LENSES & FRAME SIZING
A. CHANGING LENSES:
1. Removing: Hold the temple of the end you are removing with
one hand, and gently pull the lens down and away from the
temple, then down and away from the nose bridge.
2. Inserting: Hold the temple of the end you are inserting with one
hand, and gently insert the lens in, beginning on the side next to
the nose bridge, then finish by pushing in the other end.
7
B. FRAME SIZING:
If your Horizons have a tight fit you can adjust the width by
removing the rubber inserts. These are located in the arm of the
glasses near the hinge (See Image). To remove them you will
need a sharp object such as a knife, thumb tac, small screw
driver, etc.
1. Locate the rubber insert
2. Place your sharp object under the edge of the rubber insert
3. Use a prying motion to lift it out
NOTE: We recommend testing the fit after removing one of the
rubber inserts to see how well it fits before removing the 2nd.
8
TROUBLESHOOTING
RESET
There is a reset button located directly above the USB
port of the glasses.
a. Press the button in fully.
b.This will reset your Glasses back to the manufacturer
default settings. Also try resetting if the glasses
malfunction or are no longer recognized by a
computer.
NOTE: Use the tip of a pen (or other fine tip object) to
press the button.
Symptom
Won’t Start
Recording
Shutting off
Automatically
Computer Won’t
Recognize
Possible Reason
Solution
Dead Battery
Recharge Battery
Device is Frozen
Hit Reset Button
Low Battery
Recharge Battery
Memory Full
Clear Off Memory
Card
Glasses Are Turned
on When You
Plug Them into a
Computer
Make Sure Glasses
Are Turned Off
When You Plug
Them In.
USB Cable is
Defective
Get a Replacement
Cable
USB Drivers Aren’t
Running Properly
Reset/Reboot
Computer
Device is Frozen
Hit Reset Button
Glasses Won’t
Respond/Record
Glasses Software
Needs Reboot
Hit Reset Button
Video Won’t
Playback on
Computer
No Video Playback
Program Will Work
Download VLC
Player. We recommend this above all
playback programs.
9
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions
153mm*43mm*47mm (folded)
Physical Weight
68g
Video Resolution
1920x1080P@30FPS
1280x720P@60FPS
Pixels
5 Mega
Video Format
Mov/H.264
Field of View
135° Wide Angle Lens
Audio
Stereo
Power Consumption
<1.5W
Power Adapter
Mini USB
Power Supply
550mAh Lithium Polymer Battery LIB
Storage Memory
Supports Max 32GB SD Card
Battery Life
~1 hour
Operating Temperature
32º - 104º Fahrenheit
Storage Temperature
0º - 150º Fahrenheit
Operating System
Mac & Windows (plug-n-play)
10
SAFETY AND WARNING
Application
Abide strictly to relevant regulations
and laws. This product should not
be used for any illegal purposes.
The user is fully responsible for its
operational use.
File security
This product is not a professional
storage device. It does not
guarantee the integrity and
security of saved files. Please
back up your important
documents on the computer or
other storage device.
Proper use of eyewear
Warning: This eyewear is not
designed to protect the wearer from
injury in the event of impact with
hard objects. Sunglasses must not
be used for night driving. To avoid
damage to optical devices do not
expose the camera directly to strong
light, such as the sun or strong
artificial light sources. Sunglasses
are not recommended for industrial
protection.
Battery
Do not attempt to remove the
battery. (Note: Battery disposal
must be in accordance with local
environmental regulations. See
“RECYCLING” below.) If the
recording function has not been
used for lengthy period, charge it
fully before using.
WARNING:
Do not attempt to dismantle the
device. Any attempt to alter or repair
the unit, except by the original
manufacturer or an Authorized
Service Facility, will void the limited
warranty.
WARNING:
Don’t expose to excess moisture.
Although the device is water
resistant design, operation
can be affected in excessively
humid environments – it is not
completely waterproof.
Recycling
Please contact your local corporate
office for recycling/disposal
information for this product. Do not
dispose with household waste.
Cleaning
Avoid using it in excessively dusty
environments. Use a normal lens
cleaning cloth to clean the lens.
Operating temperature:
32-104°F. To extend the unit’s
lifespan it is best used at room
temperature.
Other matters
Do not use it close to magnetic or
high electric currents.
11
1-YEAR WARRANTY
The limited warranty set forth below is provided by iVUE Camera
with respect to ALL iVUE Camera brand products purchased. The
iVUE Camera brand products purchased with this limited warranty
are the only products which this limited warranty provided by iVUE
Camera apply. Any iVUE Camera brand product, when delivered
to you in new condition in its original packaging, is warranted
against material defects and workmanship for a period of one
year from the date of original purchase. Defective units returned
to iVUE Camera and proven to be defective upon inspection will
be replaced with a unit that has similar or more advanced features
as our technology progresses. This limited warranty covers all
defects encountered in normal use of ANY iVUE Camera brand
product and does not apply in the following circumstances:
A. Loss of or damage due to abuse, mishandling, improper
packaging by you, alteration, accident, electrical current
fluctuations, failure to follow operating, maintenance or
environmental instructions prescribed in the user manual or
services performed by an unauthorized iVUE Camera dealer.
Additionally, water damage, sand/dust/corrosion damage,
damage due to impact, scratches, abrasions or damage to the
housing, or other accidental damage to any other accessories
that has been determined to have resulted from misuse, abuse
or failure to operate the units as set forth in the operating
instructions.
B. Use of any parts, accessories, or supplies other than those
sold by an authorized iVUE Camera dealer in conjunction with any
iVUE Camera brand.
Questions, Comments or Concerns? Please e-mail us at
support@ivuecamera.com or call us at 208.392.1169.
12