After they teased alongside the Mavic Pro launch last year, the Chinese firm has now revealed all of the juicy details behind the headset that enables drone operators to experience the flight from a first-person perspective.
Without doubt the headline feature is the ability to operate both the drone and the camera gimble through simple head movements, promising even greater control over the recorded visuals.
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While they won’t be able to control speed, users will be able to turn left and right using only the headset.
There’s also a mode that makes enables a third-party to control the gimble using the headset, while the drone is controlled through conventional means.
DJI says it’s the equivalent of standing 3 metres away from a 216-inch display.
The Googles have a touchpad for browsing through the menus, while there’s also a headphone jack and a microSD card slot. The final part is significant as it means owners aren’t limited to using it with the drone.
The DJI Goggles, which promise six hours of battery life per charge, will cost $449 (£499) and are available to pre-order today ahead of a late May release date.
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