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DJI Goggles: First-Person View for Drone Operators

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Many of us have flown drones in the past. With the DJI goggles, you can have even more fun with your drone. It is a first-person system that lets you experience the world from your quadcopter’s point of view. Mavic Pro or Phantom 4 will be able to use a touchpad on the side of the visor to control flight features.

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DJI Goggles feature 1920×1080 resolution per screen, making you feel like looking at a 216″ home cinema screen about 3 meters away. You can connect two pairs of these goggles to a single Mavic Pro thanks to OcuSync technology. You get “720p at 60 fps and close range 1080p at 30 fps viewing with latency as low as 110m.”

What’s neat is you can use head movement to control drone yaw and camera tilt. Files are downloaded to an onboard Micro SD card. These will cost $449. Expected to ship in May.


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