Los Angeles, CA—The latest way to interact with the DJI Avata, the DJI Goggles Integra and DJI RC Motion 2 launched. The Goggles Integra boasts advanced micro-OLED screen displays, ultralow-latency DJI O3+ video transmission and an integrated design. Further, DJI created the goggles to provide an integrated, immersive flying experience.
To complement the new goggles, the DJI RC Motion 2 offers ergonomic construction and added features to enhance flight control.
“Get ready to experience a whole new level of flying with our latest products,” said Ferdinand Wolf, creative director at DJI. “DJI Goggles Integra and DJI RC Motion 2 offer unparalleled control and comfort for an immersive first-person flight experience, making it easier and more fun to fly DJI Avata.
DJI Goggles Integra
The first-person-view goggles has an integrated design that merges the headband and battery into one. As a result, it frees pilots from loose connecting cables and allows them to easily take the goggles on and off. Moreover, the built-in battery headband is light and balanced, while offering two hours of operating time.
In addition, two HD 1080p micro-OLED screens deliver true-to-life colors as well as highlights and detailed shadows with a 700-nits brightness. The screens have a 100 Hz refresh rate and TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light certification for a smoother, more comfortable viewing experience.
What’s more, DJI O3+ video transmission technology offers ultralow 30ms latency and stable video transmission for high-speed aerial photography.
DJI RC Motion 2
The new and improved DJI RC Motion 2 features motion-sensing technology and an upgraded joystick. It helps enable users of all levels to navigate, maneuver and explore the skies.
The RC Motion 2’s upgraded joystick and accelerator provide a reverse function to support multidirectional flight. This includes vertical, backward as well as sideways. As a result, it’s easier for pilots to adjust the direction or choose a suitable place to land.
Plus, the Fn dial lets users adjust the camera’s ISO, shutter and other parameters without having to interact with the goggles.
When combined with the DJI Avata drone and the new goggles, users’ hand movements dictate the aircraft’s flight direction for an immersive flight experience that feels like they’re in the pilot seat.
Furthermore, with the DJI Fly app, users can connect the goggles to their smartphone. Once they do, they can display a real-time camera view to their goggles and smartphone simultaneously. They can also share the view with friends.
The DJI Goggles Integra and DJI RC Motion 2 are available in several configurations. The DJI Goggles Integra has a suggested retail price of $499. Additionally, the DJI RC Motion 2 has an SRP of $239.
In addition, the DJI Avata Pro-View Combo (DJI RC Motion 2) includes the DJI Goggles 2, DJI RC Motion 2 and DJI Avata for $1,428. Finally, the DJI Avata Explorer Combo includes the DJI Goggles Integra, DJI RC Motion 2 and DJI Avata for an SRP of $1,278.