DJI Goggles 3 Leaked: A Peek Into Augmented Reality for Drones

The Next Big Thing: DJI's Leap into Augmented Reality

This morning, the drone world got an exciting sneak peek thanks to Igor Bogdanov from Quadro_News on X (formerly known as Twitter). Hot on the heels of the new DJI Avata 2 photo leak, we've now got our eyes on something potentially even more groundbreaking – the DJI Goggles 3. And guess what? They're not just any goggles; these bad boys come equipped with front-facing cameras, hinting at an augmented reality (AR) feature that might just change the game.


AR Meets Drone Flying: A Game-Changer?

Let's dive into why this is such a big deal. Augmented reality in drone flying? Yes, please! The concept sounds straight out of a sci-fi movie, but it's becoming reality. Imagine flying your 2 drone while being fully aware of your surroundings, plus getting a live feed of what your drone sees, along with all the juicy telemetry data. It's like having superpowers, allowing you to experience flight in a way never before possible.

Rumors Of New Dji Goggles, Hinting At Augmented Reality (Ar) Features
Rumors of new DJI Goggles, hinting at augmented reality (AR) features

However, it's worth noting that, according to FAA regulations, you'd still need a visual observer or spotter by your side. Safety first, folks!

Design and Features: What We Know So Far

The DJI Goggles 3 isn't just about fancy new tech; its design is also getting some love. The battery placement at the back of the head is a thoughtful touch, ensuring weight distribution and comfort during use. Plus, the forehead piece on the headstrap? Genius. It means you can flip up the goggles without removing them entirely – a small but significant quality of life improvement.

Design-wise, it retains the signature look with antennas at the corners and air vents on top, but the real highlight is those two front-facing cameras. What possibilities they unlock for AR and FPV (First Person View) drone flying is anyone's guess, but the potential is undoubtedly exciting.

Will DJI Goggles 3 Come with Avata 2 Standard?

There's a lot of buzz and speculation about whether these AR-capable goggles will come standard with the DJI Avata 2. If they do, it could set a new standard for what enthusiasts and professionals alike expect from their drone flying experience.

Dji Goggles 3 Leaked: A Peek Into Augmented Reality For Drones 2
The old DJI Goggles Integra next to the new DJI Goggles 3 or DJI Goggles AR.

Your Thoughts?

The DJI Goggles 3 tease has definitely stirred the pot in the drone community, blending anticipation with a healthy dose of curiosity. How will DJI integrate AR into FPV flying? Will these goggles live up to the hype? Only time will tell, but for now, we're all ears and can't wait to see what's next.

What's your take on this exciting development? Could this be the future of drone flying? Drop your thoughts in the comments below and let's geek out together over what DJI has up its sleeve.

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Haye Kesteloo
Haye Kesteloo

Haye Kesteloo is the Editor in Chief and Founder of, where he covers all drone-related news, DJI rumors and writes drone reviews, and, for all news related to electric vehicles. He is also a co-host of the PiXL Drone Show on YouTube and other podcast platforms. Haye can be reached at haye @ or @hayekesteloo.

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