DJI’s Unveils the Googles Integra and RC Motion 2 for the Avata

DJI is releasing two new ways to fly the DJI Avata drone: the DJI Goggles Integra and the DJI RC Motion 2. The Goggles Integra has micro-OLED screen displays, ultra-low-latency DJI O3+ video transmission, and an integrated design. According to DJI, the new RC Motion 2 joystick controller has a more ergonomic grip and other capabilities that improve flight control.

DJI’s “integrated design” merges the Goggles’ headband and battery into one. The company claims to free pilots from loose connecting cords, allowing them to take the goggles on and off more effortlessly. According to DJI, the built-in battery headband is light, balanced, and exceptionally comfortable, with a battery life of two hours. DJI O3+ video transmission has an ultra-low 30-millisecond latency and is stable. The Goggles Integra also includes an in-built GPS, allowing pilots to fly without needing to connect to a smartphone.

The goggles have two HD 1080p micro-OLED panels that DJI claims can give “true to life colors” and exceptional contrast between light and dark thanks to OLED technology’s ability to display pristine blacks. At 700 nits, the screens can also be fairly bright.

DJI claims the panels’ 100 Hz refresh rate and TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light Certification enable a smoother and more comfortable viewing experience.

The RC Motion 2 includes motion-sensing technology as well as an updated joystick for what DJI calls an intuitive experience that lets pilots of all skill levels quickly navigate and operate the Avata. DJI claims that the joystick now features an accelerator with a reverse function that facilitates multidirectional flying, including vertical, backward, and sideways flight. Its Fn dial allows pilots to swiftly modify the camera’s ISO, shutter speed, and other settings without removing their goggles.

“When used in conjunction with DJI Avata and DJI Goggles Integra, the user’s hand gestures determine the aircraft’s fly direction, offering an immersive flight experience that feels like they are in the pilot seat,” DJI explains.

The DJI Goggles Integra is available for $499 while the RC Motion 2 is available for $239.

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