DJI Goggles Drone Headset allows you to handle their drones and built-in video cameras. When slipped on, the headset situates you in the cockpit of the quadcopter, offering you a first person view from the drones camera.
You can control both the drone’s course and the position the camera is facing just by head action, with an incorporated touchpad enabling you to change control from one to the other.
Be advised, however, you can only handle the drone’s path, nothing else. Therefore, you’ll either have to depend on the autonomous flight settings or have another person manage the other flight features via a standard remote control.
The DJI Googles include 2 displays, both with optimum resolutions of 1920 x 1080 pixels. It is possible to watch the live feed both in 720p at 60 fps and 1080p at 30fps at a low latency of merely 110 milliseconds, with tightly-packed pixels, hence you will delight in a clear, impressive image each and every time. Advantages include a design that can fit around glasses, an SD card slot, an HDMI input, built-in speakers, and a battery rated at as much as six hours of usage.