I plugged them into my MB Pro (via HDMI) and worked at the computer on them...a bit hard to find the home row on the keyboard when you've got goggles on.Have you used them to watch videos or play games? I was thinking the alternative uses could make them worth the purchase.
No, I've only used them with my Mavic. I was going to try to use the goggles with my PC, but my typing skills suck and I need to see the keyboard.Have you used them to watch videos or play games? I was thinking the alternative uses could make them worth the purchase.
As I understand it, they will interface with Spark and Mavic wirelessly.Anyone already knows how the goggles will interface the Spark? No wireless, so options are Hdmi (but does the controller have an hdmi port, or the option to install the board as the P3P?) or Usb (but will the goggles be usable together with the smartphone or will they be alternate?)
I think there is some confusion here.The mobile device does not use USB, it connects via WiFi...
I believe this is true on the Mavic, but if you look at the user guide for the Spark RC, the device connects to the controller via Wi-Fi. There is no USB port on the Spark RC.I think there is some confusion here.
A mobile device can be used without the RC.
The RC can be used without a mobile device.
When using both mobile and RC, the USB cable is used to simplify communications between the devices and drone as well as passthru video data to either a USB connected goggles or mobile device.
If no USB is needed for mobile to RC connectivity, then why supply USB connectors with RC?
Thanks for clearing that up. I pulled up the wrong spec sheet for RC. I thought I had Spark's but I had Mavic RC specs open this entire time.