The new device called Goggles features Full HD and allows viewers to direct an unmanned aircraft with just tilt your head in different directions.

DJI has children to NAB Show 2017 closes its doors today in Las Vegas, to surprise with the release of Goggles, virtual reality glasses that will guide drones with the simple movement of the head.

The device has two visors Full HD 1,280 × 1,440 each (more resolution than Oculus Rift reaching 1,080 × 1,200), more than twice as many pixels compared to the 2K screens. This would amount to view a home cinema screen about three meters away.

Thanks to wireless transmission system OcuSync up to two Goggles can be simultaneously connected to the same Mavic Pro both devices can directly access the camera drone bypassing the remote control, thus reducing possible delays.

The Goggles let you receive the live signal from the drone to spectacles with minimal latency. A long distances 720p resolution at 30 fps is achieved, even when the drone is near resolution can reach up to 1080p at 60 fps. DJI glasses can be synchronized with Mavic Pro OcuSync through or via a USB port with Phantom 4 Advanced, Phantom 4 Pro and Inspire 2.

The physical structure of the glasses (with helmet and detachable screen for easy transportation and storage in small bags) is designed to distribute the weight over the head reducing the pressure on the face so that there is no discomfort for the user, even after hours of use.

You can also make changes like display mode operator, third to first person, in seconds. It also allows operation with eyeglasses may at any time happen to see the aircraft and the surrounding environment. With fully charged batteries, these glasses can run for up to six hours.

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By • 27 Apr, 2017
• Section: Control, Events, Augmented reality, Simulation

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