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DJI’s latest pair of drone goggles are designed for racing

Drone maker DJI has released a new version of its DJI Goggles for drone racers. They’re called the DJI Goggles RE, short for racing edition. The original DJI Goggles went up for presale this past April and, like those, the DJI Goggles RE look a bit like a VR headset and let you control a drone with just your head movements and see from the device’s point of view, so long as the goggles are in head-tracking gimbal mode. 187 more words

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Google-funded NASA AI drone took on a world-class human pilot, and they finished just seconds apart

Autonomous vehicles are one thing, but what about self-flying drones? AI-powered recreational craft are still in their infancy, but a Google-funded NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory project aimed to give it a serious boost, with two years of research and testing ultimately culminating in a head-to-head race between an AI drone and one of the world’s best drone pilots. 342 more words

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The AV Life Episode 56: AV Friends-giving and Convergence

Join host Katye McGregor Bennett, Corey Moss, Alan Brawn and Jonathan Brawn as they welcome their guests:

Mark Cichowski – CEO at Clarity AV International… 324 more words

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Book Review: ‘The Humanitarian Impact of Drones’

  • The Humanitarian Impact of Drones, edited by Ray Acheson, Matthew Bolton, Elizabeth Minor, and Allison Pytlak,  Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), 2017…
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Ethics Of Drone War

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Headless/IOC feature. Usually, the forward direction of a flying multi-rotor is the very same as the nose direction. Using Headless/IOC, the forward instructions has absolutely nothing to do with nose direction. 113 more words

Using Drones in Civil Engineering

Whether you love them or hate them, drones definitely having their uses. From military use to backyard amusement, you can find them everywhere. In the… 16 more words