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Finally the age of HD 110 degree FPV goggles is here!

Discussion in 'News' started by thongbong, Feb 12, 2014.

  1. thongbong

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    And it's not a FatShark. Low Res, Narrow Field of View FPV goggles are going the way of the DoDo Bird! Would have bought Fatsharks a couple months ago but am now going to get an Oculus Rift instead when they come out this summer. If you don't know Oculus Rift, you need to know!!! FatShark, if you guys are reading this, it's time to make a truly immersive headset.

    http://www.oculusvr.com/

    Coupled with Transporter3D

    http://www.emrlabs.com/index.php?pageid=3

    You get 110 degrees field of view in HD 3D. If anyone already has this setup please chime in.

    And now with DJI Lightbridge coming out, the tech can only get cheaper and cheaper

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... ZN1_zq_S2k
     
  2. OI Photography

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    Nice! I have a friend who has the OR and loves it, she said I could try FPV with it if I found a way to interface it. Looks like I need to check this out.
     
  3. thongbong

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    Awesome! Let us know how it goes if you do get it going. I would definitely get an OR now but its only the developer version. Waiting for the consumer version to come out, but I'm just so tempted to get the developer version because I've heard so many good things about OR.
     
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    I have the OR and I get queasy on it plenty fast too.
    Is the final version out yet?
     
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    Problem I see is that it only accepts DVI and HDMI input. FPV receivers are composite output.
     
  6. thongbong

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    I bought a OR for my husband and it made him sick too!
     
  8. MonsieurAnon

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    The OR is supposed to be Android compatible ... which is a boon for P2V pilots. I've got a HDMI plug for my phone, and would only need a USB power supply plus the gear needed to run the OR.

    I've been planning on getting the DevKit 2 if it's android capabilities are sound.