DJI released a headset first person view (FPV) that allow users to get a first-person perspective of a camera drone. Viewpoint like that make headset users as if they were flying with the drones. The headset was named DJI Googles.
If gadgeteers never used the headsets virtual reality , the sensations offered by Googles DJI is quite similar. By using two screen resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels right in the eyes of users, the experience of looking at the screen it will feel like watching a 216-inch television from a distance of 3 meters. Gadgeteers can also adjust the speed of the frame in accordance with the resolution of this headset is shown, which is 30 frames per second at 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second at 720p resolution.
The most interesting feature of DJI Googles is its ability to be a means of controlling drones that are connected. When the control mode in the headset is turned on, the movement of the user’s head can be used to direct the camera drones so that aspect of the first view will feel more real. In addition to the camera, head movements can also be used to control the direction of movement of the drone.
In addition, on the edge of Googles DJI also include a touchpad that allows you to access flight mode drones. Some of these modes are ActiveTrack, TapFly and Follow Terrain. Currently one unit drone Mavic Pro can connect wireless with two DJI Googles once. For others such as drone DJI Phantom 4 4 Advance Phantom, Phantom 4 Pro, as well as the Inspire 2, the connection must be made via the USB port on the controller.