First Drone Virtual Reality Games, bringing Gamers and FPV
Pilots in one showdown
Synopsis: It might be a great time to get those Gamers outdoor
for a new challenge. We have been wondering what it would be like to bring Gamers and
First Person View (FPV) Pilots in one room or rather in one field for an intense
world of Virtual Reality competition. Drone VR Games are not only Virtual
games, but a mixed Reality that is applied to Racing Drones. Pilots
actually fly their racing drones into virtual Funnel Gates or shoot on virtual
targets using the new advance 18 channel radio transmitter. If this has
not caught your attention yet, I am sure it will with the AMA or FAA.
First in the world, our initial alpha test included
three Real Flight modes: Battle mode, Race mode, Classic Collecting mode.
In Battle mode , FPV pilots will get on their F18 and begin an intense battle with
targets. In Race mode, pilots compete on an Agility Course featuring various
obstacles, funnel gates and hairpin turns. Lastly, the classic arcade game, pilots collect
as many gold coins with precise FPV skills. If you are not ready for the real
flight, switch to Training, pilots can practice with a virtual drone
using your personal tablet or phone.
To develop Drone VR Games, we combined traditional 18 channel
radio transmitter with WIFI and GPS. The radio design first of it's kind, with 4G
LTE went through the FCC & CE certification and is ready to be battle tested.
Overview: To participate in a
DroneMission Test Group, testing aviation engineering and
software related equipment, with business
information that the receiving party has to treat as confidential and to
participate in video sessions.
Stage of Development: Alpha Usability Test
- Must qualify as a Pro/Intermediate Racer
- Own or have permanent access to a Android tablet or Phone
that is compatible for testing
- Technically savvy with flying, radio transmitters (mode 2) and using Android devices
- Commitment: 1 briefing/test at Windermere Florida DM
Test Site, one to two weeks at home to test it, 1 regroup test/ filming
at Moss. (plus
1 additional alternate test at Windermere if needed).
- Reports: Respectfully provide an unbiased feedback on UI
or to report any defects discovered. Submit Report
online/email individually or as a
test group. A sample Test Report form will be provided as a guide.
be received before the regroup test and updated if needed
a. Each entry must be rank "Low, Medium, Critical" to allow for
b. To respectfully assist manufacturer address any issues reported, this may
include diagrams, photos or illustration.
- To assist in Media Archives:
a. by providing unedited onboard flight video footages or other videos
footages for future public use or archives.
b. participate in an informal video documentary, demonstrating the product
- Agree to confidential agreement.
- Fellowship, have fun
Testers will be given equipment to accomplish this test:
example Racing quadcopter with GPS, a high-end radio, WIFI equipment. The
exact products given to testers will be discussed at the briefing and may be
very different, we will not know until it is delivered to our facility a week
Equipment will be sent free and yours to keep, any US Customs fees will be the responsibility of
the tester, but we do not anticipate any US Customs fee, however that is the law
to be accepted.
... behind the scenes
Saturday May 21, 2016
DM Pilot Training Simulator