DJI is a Chinese company well known by all due to its enormous potential in terms of drones, since it has practically in its catalog the ideal model for all types of work, whether they are professionals, amateurs or for people who understand the world of drones as a mere hobby.
To go a little further, the company has just announced the creation of what they themselves have called DJI goggles, glasses that combine all the characteristics and particularities of those models that are used for racing with drones, but adapted for use in commercial drones, especially in all those units focused on the world of photography and video.
DJI Goggles, a new perspective when flying your drone.
Among the most interesting features of the DJI Goggles, it should be noted that they have been equipped with two screens with 1280 x 1440 resolution each, that is, these data indicate that we will even have at our disposal a resolution that is even higher than that offered by the Oculus Rift. According to the statement released by DJI itself, apparently and thanks to these screens, in full use, we will have the impression that we are facing a single 216-inch screen.
Following the details published, it seems that the DJI Goggles, in turn, have a unique wireless connection technology which, according to the Chinese company, allows to receive visual signals from the drone with minimal latency. As a detail, tell you, since the resolution is also something that we must take into account, that in long distances it will be about 720p to 30fps while if the drone is close, it can grow up to 1080p to 60fps.
As a final detail, tell you that the glasses have a technology that allows us to move the angle with which the camera records just by moving the head or, thanks to a touch panel, moving through the device's menus or controlling the drone in certain modes . If you are interested in the DJI Goggles, tell you what they are compatible with Phantom 4, Inspiere and Mavic Pro. The glasses hit the market on May 20 at a price of $ 499 in the United States and 549 euros in Europe.
Further information: DJI