DJI has recently announced their goggles that allow you to see the world from the perspective of your drone and control it by turning your head. Colin Smith from Photoshop Café and Alex Assenmacher from We Talk UAV bring you a hands-on review and a field test.
DJI has officially brought FPV goggles for to Mavic Pro, Phantom 4 and Inspire series of drones. They have launched DJI Goggles, which will bring you the first-person view of the world the from bird perspective.
It’s like you can fly where your drone flies and see the world below you – in full HD, of course. DJI Goggles have two 1920×1080 screens, providing more than twice the amount of pixels of a typical 2K single screen. In addition, they have some more cool features, so let’s take a look.
In case you didn’t know, there’s such thing as smart goggles.
Designed for skiers and snowboarders who are looking to get the most out of their equipment, smart goggles are traditional snow goggles with integrated technology that pairs with your smartphone or other devices to display stats and information onto a heads up display (HUD) inside the frame of the goggles.
One such pair is Oakley’s $650 Airwave 1.5, equipped with Recon’s Snow2 HUD unit. Now, thanks to a new goggle-connected app called Airwave GoPro Connect, backcountry snowgoers can remotely control and see footage from a connected GoPro through the Airwave’s HUD.