MOVERIO FPV Glasses Features & Tutorial

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The perfect complement to your DJI™ drone, Moverio BT-300FPV smart glasses redefine First-person View (FPV), with a transparent display that makes it easy to view your drone’s video feed and key flight statistics, while keeping the aircraft in sight.
  • Maintain a clear line of sight — transparent display allows drone pilots to see key flight statistics, while still maintaining visual line of sight with the aircraft
  • Premier FPV DJI partner — controller comes preloaded with DJI’s popular DJI GO App
  • Easily record your drone in flight — front-facing camera captures real-time 1080p footage (at 30 fps) of your drone in flight, from the pilot’s point of view
  • Light, comfortable fit — world’s lightest Si-OLED-powered, binocular, transparent smart glasses1, only 2.5 oz/69 g; easy to wear, even for extended periods of time
  • Good visibility in bright sunlight — includes an extra-dark shade so there’s no need for a hood; maintain visual line of sight with your drone, even in sunny environments
  • Custom clips to hold the controller in place — securely holds the BT-300FPV controller to the DJI remote (works with Phantom™ 3, 4 and Inspire™ 1 remotes)
  • Android-based system — easily browse the Web, play games and stream content (does not support the Google Play™ store or other Google® Mobile Services)
  • Prescription glasses-friendly — fits over a wide range of prescription eyewear
  • Portable — rechargeable battery (in controller) offers up to six hours of battery life2; built-in card slot supports removable microSDHC cards up to 32GB
  • Future-ready — motion sensors, front-facing high-resolution camera and the ability to render 3D content will enable developers to build next-generation flight experiences
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These BT-300 smart glasses are fantastic. I've had them for a week and can't believe how well they actually perform. I do have only one issue, that is nagging me. The onscreen radar in the DJI App is not properly orientated. Is there any way to calibrate this?
 
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Hey Tom. Sorry to hear about the issue you are having with the compass. Which DJI drone are you using? Have you done an IMU and RC calibration?
 
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I am using both the Phantom 4 Pro and the MAvic Pro with the same results. I have not calibrated (nor was I prompted) the compass or IMU on these aircraft since I am flying at a frequently used location. Is it the compass on the Moverio controller or the glasses? When I switch over to my iPad Mini 4, there is no problem with the on screen radar display on both the Mavic and Phantom. I really feel the radar display is a very important tool since it keeps me tuned in on my relative antenna orientation and the attack angle of the aircraft. Really appreciate the assistance.
 
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I am using both the Phantom 4 Pro and the MAvic Pro with the same results. I have not calibrated (nor was I prompted) the compass or IMU on these aircraft since I am flying at a frequently used location. Is it the compass on the Moverio controller or the glasses? When I switch over to my iPad Mini 4, there is no problem with the on screen radar display on both the Mavic and Phantom. I really feel the radar display is a very important tool since it keeps me tuned in on my relative antenna orientation and the attack angle of the aircraft. Really appreciate the assistance.
I have been looking at these, but this problem is a real serious issue, I hope soon addressed. :eek:
 
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I am using both the Phantom 4 Pro and the MAvic Pro with the same results. I have not calibrated (nor was I prompted) the compass or IMU on these aircraft since I am flying at a frequently used location. Is it the compass on the Moverio controller or the glasses? When I switch over to my iPad Mini 4, there is no problem with the on screen radar display on both the Mavic and Phantom. I really feel the radar display is a very important tool since it keeps me tuned in on my relative antenna orientation and the attack angle of the aircraft. Really appreciate the assistance.
How are you linking the moverio controller to the tx? What kind of mount are you using? Can you try sideloading a compass app to test whether there is a fault with the Moverio's compass, or a fault of DJI's hardware/software?
 
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I am using both the Phantom 4 Pro and the MAvic Pro with the same results. I have not calibrated (nor was I prompted) the compass or IMU on these aircraft since I am flying at a frequently used location. Is it the compass on the Moverio controller or the glasses? When I switch over to my iPad Mini 4, there is no problem with the on screen radar display on both the Mavic and Phantom. I really feel the radar display is a very important tool since it keeps me tuned in on my relative antenna orientation and the attack angle of the aircraft. Really appreciate the assistance.
I'm not having this problem with the compass orientation, have you turned on location in the moverio controller
 

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