Leading multi-copter manufacturer DJI has unveiled a long-awaited update, the upgraded Integra Battery Finder Goggles for the Avata drone. The redundancy of excessive use of device ergonomics and the increase in the number of new floor control functions.

The updated design of the Integra combined the headband with the battery, suggesting that a connection that gave users limited discomfort was preferred. DJI confirmed that the headband was “balanced and unobtrusive” for two hours.

DJI Avata

The glasses use the patented OcuSunc 03+ technology, which provides video transmission at a speed of 50 Mbps with a delay of only 30 milliseconds at a distance of up to 10 km. If you don’t have GPS, you can use your smartphone.

The conclusion of Integra is the absence of a diopter room and the lack of space for conventional glasses, which is partially compensated by interchangeable lenses. This means that users may have trouble evaluating potential problems. Another disadvantage is the lack of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi communication, due to which the user cannot upload an image from the glasses.

The shortcomings are compensated by the updated updated RC Motion 2 controller with more motion content. The Avata Explorer Bundle (Integra, DJI RC Motion 2, and DJI Avata) is $1,278.

DJI Avata

Source: Tech Cult

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