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Google Glass with P2V+?

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by CoolClownFish, Apr 22, 2015.

  1. CoolClownFish

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    I am wondering if it is possible to use Google Glass with the P2V+? Anyone tried this yet?
     
  2. aresdx

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    it's funny I was just thinking earlier today how cool that would be
     
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  3. CoolClownFish

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    I agree. It would be totally awesome to be able to have line of sight AND FPV at the same time.
     
  4. Onezerosix141

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    I was thinking of a way to do this. But there's no way to stream the video to the glass.


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  5. CoolClownFish

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    Someone needs to write an app that works with google glass. The glasses have the capability but it takes a user interface (App) for it to work.
     
  6. Onezerosix141

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    Your eyes may get tired of looking into that upper right corner lol :D


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  7. CoolClownFish

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    Naaah just useful to gain orientation and get the picture shots of what I would want.
     
  8. locoworks

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    me too, a monocular fat shark ( thin shark? ) ?? for one eye only.
     
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    EPSON MOVEIRO bt-200 smart glasses do what you are looking for, give you line of sight vision plus project the video download and telemetry data onto the lens (like a HUD system). Google it, you should fine it priced somewhere around £550. You can also use it over your regular prescription glasses.
     
  10. locoworks

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    for 550 quid I can manage as is, thanks for the info though.
     
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