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Epson’s augmented reality headset lets you pilot a drone as God intended

04/01/2017

When Epson messaged to ask if I wanted to try a new augmented reality headset designed to improve the experience of piloting a drone, (...)
When Epson messaged to ask if I wanted to try a new augmented reality headset designed to improve the experience of piloting a drone, I was all ears. After spending some time piloting a DJI drone using Epson’s augmented reality headset, I was hooked — there is no better way to fly a drone. What is it? An augmented reality headset. Before your eyes glaze over, this one isn’t for Pokémon Go or rearranging your living room. Epson’s Moverio BT-300 Drone Edition is in a niche of its own. The glasses are lightweight, weighing just 2.5 oz (69 g), and extend your… This story continues at The Next Web When Epson messaged to ask if I wanted to try a new augmented reality headset designed to improve the experience of piloting a drone, I was all ears. After spending some time piloting a DJI drone using Epson’s augmented reality headset, I was hooked — there is no better way to fly a drone. What is it? An augmented reality headset. Before your eyes glaze over, this one isn’t for Pokémon Go or rearranging your living room. Epson’s Moverio BT-300 Drone Edition is in a niche of its own. The glasses are lightweight, weighing just 2.5 oz (69 g), and extend your… This story continues at The Next Web
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