DJI Goggles

Control a drone with head movement

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#4 Product of the DayApril 25, 2017

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André J@eonpilot · Swift dev @ eon.codes
Early prototype spotted in Norway a couple of weeks ago: ^^
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Lisa Dziuba@lisadziuba · FlawlessApp.io Founder
@eonpilot lol :) anyway, it's working the same way!
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André J@eonpilot · Swift dev @ eon.codes
@lisadziuba and Zero latency ^^
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Ben TossellHunter@bentossell · newCo
Just released for pre-order. Read more on The Verge - Two viewing modes: one in 720p resolution at 60fps and another in 1080p at 30fps, both with a latency of 110ms - 1920x1080 resolution per eye - A touchpad for navigating menus - Headphone jack - Micro SD card slot / Micro USB / HDMI inputs, so they can be used for other purposes - Six hours of battery life The most interesting thing about these goggles is that DJI is promising users can both fly the drone and control the camera gimbal using just their head movement, thanks to an embedded accelerometer and gyroscope. While some drone enthusiasts have hacked together similar solutions in the past using an Avegant Glyph or Oculus Rift, DJI’s betting on a more end-to-end solution.
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mihir @mhrnik
@bentossell About to hunt it :)
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Leah LaSalla@opensorceress · Astral AR - CEO / Technical Founder
@mhrnik @bentossell We do a much more sophisticated version of this.
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Will Dages@willdages · Head of Product for Findaway Voices
These DJI Warg Goggles were clearly inspired by Game of Thrones:
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Richard Ginsberg@richardginsberg
First VR implementation that actually makes sense
Kunal Bhatia@kunalslab · Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
I feel like these DJI goggles would be perfect for drone battles and DroneCast (https://www.dronecast.com), which is basically the Twitch of drone footage.