EHANG Ghostdrone 2.0 VR iOS & Android Models
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Anybody understand how the controller straps? Looks like a head mounted thing, but that makes no sense to me.
- Thanks in advance: confused
The one you’re referring to doesn’t have the VR goggles.
I have owned an eHang Ghost 1.0 and a 2.0, but NOT the VR version, and never had one of their proprietary cameras. I ended up selling the 1.0 and giving away the 2.0. With those disclosures, here are a few thoughts:
You control this via your phone or the goggles; no joysticks. I found a lot of lag time, and very poor control precision, so lots of crashes/fear of crashes unless you are in a very wide open area. That’s why I did not stick with these.
eHang makes a joystick traditional RC controller, but it could not be used at the same time as live video streaming on the models I had. I don’t know how the VR version handles this.
The G-box establishes A: a bluetooth link to your phone, and B: a link to the copter. But it can be tricky to bind everything, and it does cause a little lag.
The tap on a point on the map to fly there is a neat feature, and eHang was one of the first to implement this. Several other manufacturers now also offer this.
Although not the same as the gimbal on this model, the gimbals on my eHang copters worked really well.
DO NOT TRY TO FLY IN VR, WITH THE GOGGLES ON, UNTIL YOU ARE REALLY GOOD AT FLYING IT IN REGULAR MODE. This goes for ANY copter you buy.