Have you ever been curious about working principle of Boscam Goggles FPV glass? It is said that aerial enthusiasts could see and hear the scenery where the aircraft flies. Very miraculous, isn’t it? Today I will give you a elaborate introduction about how it works. Actually, the working system consists of two modules which are both closely related with the device installed in the model copter.
Boscam GS920
One part is video camera and transmitter module. As we know, the video camera and an video transmitter are installed on the model copter. And the video camera has an electrical pan-tilt that can move upward, downward, leftward and rightward. Once you put on Boscam Goggles with a built-in head tracker which can receive signal, you can controls the upward, downward, leftward and rightward movements through the remote controller.
Boscam GS920
The other part is reception and display module. The Boscam Goggles glass has a wireless AV receiver and a virtual large screen real-time image display. The remote controller and the glass are connected through a data cable, and the remote controller supplies power for the glass through the data cable while the glass sends the output signals of the head tracker to the remote controller. Therefore, the remote controller transmits the head tracker signals and model control signals together to the remote control receiver on the model in wireless manner.
Boscam GS920
All in all, the videos and audios are taken by the video camera on the model copter, and the glass can receive the video and audio signals transmitted from the model copter within certain distance. Users wearing glass can view images from the virtual display in the glasses and hear sound from the headset in the glass. With this FPV system, you can have virtual flying experience. Just to remember: Never use Boscam Goggles in the environment having same frequency, otherwise, the consequence of troubled flying will occur due to interfered images.