Edgybees, an augmented reality technology company, has announced the first-ever AR gaming application for DJI drone pilots using the Epson Moverio BT-300 Drone Edition smart glasses, the company said.
Downloaded onto the Moverio glasses, the Drone Prix AR app enables pilots to fly their DJI drones through a virtual obstacle course “in the sky” layered on top of a crystal clear, transparent first person view (FPV) of the drone camera feed.
Optimized for use with the top-selling models of DJI drones, the Drone Prix AR game allows users, especially new drone pilots, to master their skills in a fun, safe and immersive way. Collecting prizes and avoiding obstacles along the way, drone pilots can compete over the best performance, points and time for a coveted place in the high-score leaderboard with other drone pilots around the world.
The Moverio BT-300 Drone Edition comes pre-loaded with the DJI GO app for use with most DJI hardware. The Drone Edition glasses feature clip-on dark shades for use in bright sunlight as well as special fasteners that secure the Moverio controller onto the DJI phone mount for easy operation.
Edgybees Ltd. is the world´s first dedicated augmented reality drone technology company. It has a goal to make drone ownership fun, engaging and social, by creating the best gaming experience for drone pilots worldwide. Edgybees is headquartered in Israel and has offices in Europe and the United States.