DJI has introduced two new gears for the DJI Avata drone: the DJI Goggles Integra and DJI RC Motion 2. “When combined with DJI Avata and DJI Goggles Integra, the user’s hand movements dictate the aircraft’s flight direction, delivering an immersive flight experience that feels like they are in the pilot seat,” DJI says.
DJI Goggles Integra
DJI’s latest offering, the Goggles Integra, boasts a micro-OLED screen display, ultra-low-latency DJI O3+ video transmission, and an “integrated design.” DJI claims that the “integrated design” combines the headband and battery into a single unit, eliminating the need for loose connecting cables and providing easy wearability.
The company states that the lightweight and balanced built-in battery headband is comfortable and delivers up to two hours of battery life. In addition, the device boasts DJI’s O3+ video transmission, which ensures stable video transmission with ultra-low 30-millisecond latency. The goggles also come with a built-in GPS, allowing pilots to fly without relying on a smartphone connection.
DJI RC Motion 2
Meanwhile, the RC Motion 2 is a one-handed joystick controller that provides a more ergonomic grip and extra features that “enhance” flight control, according to the company. It features motion-sensing technology and an upgraded joystick, providing an intuitive flying experience suitable for pilots of all levels to easily navigate and maneuver the Avata.
The joystick now includes an accelerator with a reverse function, enabling multidirectional flight in vertical, backward, and sideways directions. Moreover, an Fn dial allows pilots to adjust the camera’s ISO, shutter, and other parameters quickly, without interacting with the goggles.
Pricing and Availability
The DJI Goggles Integra and RC Motion 2 are immediately available for $499 and $239, respectively.