In this DJI Goggles Review, we will walk through some of the main features of this product to see what exactly makes it so special and what kind of user experience you can get from it.
Here is the video created by our video colleagues Alex and Xavi, so get yourself a drink, lean back and watch it:
How did you like it? The DJI Goggles Review video was pretty cool, but let me walk you through some key points and features of this FPV goggles again:
DJI Goggles are made of 2 parts: The head ring, that has a battery and ports inside and the second one is the goggles itself that have a built-in display, touch pad, and few simple buttons.
One of the things that makes DJI Goggles so special is the fact that it has a touchpad on a side. Yes, it is a real touchpad, just like the one on your laptop. Most of the communications between user and goggles are achieved through it. It also supports multiple fingers recognition and you can enter different menus by swiping in different directions with one, two or three fingers.
In our DJI Goggles review video, we have also mentioned that you can even control the drone and camera by just tilting and turning your head. Which allows the pilot (or whoever else is wearing the goggles to look around while flying the drone. Of course, this feature will perform the best on Inspire 2 as it has a 360° camera.
There are more videos, tips, reviews, tutorials and drone news to come.
Thank you for watching!