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Visa is developing the idea.

If Visa has its way, you might someday buy things using sunglasses.

The company is developing is payment-enabled sunwear, KTRK-TV reports. A prototype debuted at the the South by Southwest Festival in Texas.

According to the news outlet: “To pay, a person takes off the glasses and taps them on a Visa near field communication (NFC) enabled terminal. No card swiping required.”

The sunglasses look more or less like any other pair.

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Visa is currently investigating whether the public would be interested in the product. It let a few dozen “partners and influencers” try them out at South by Southwest, KTRK reports.

Read more at KTRK-TV


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