Divimath launches the latest solutions
At one time, the founder of Divimath, Karl Zhou, promised that the latest FPV goggles with a built-in HDZero digital video receiver would be available by Christmas 2022. No sooner said than done! Today it became known that the latest FPV headset is available for pre-order in the HDZero online store.
But, and that’s not all! Also available for pre-order is the unique Runcam HDZero Nano 90 high-speed FPV camera and the HDZero Goggle Expansion Module, which allows you to use HDZero FPV goggles with any analog devices. The estimated delivery date for all of the above components is December 15, 2022. More details! Let’s fly!
HD Zero Goggle
The developer noted this event in the following context: “The HDZero Goggle was developed by the FPV community for the FPV community. We asked what you want and we did it.” They note the following key features of the latest FPV headset:
The FPV goggle software runs Linux and is available in open source and CAD files so you can customize it to suit your preferences.
- Clear digital video without color loss, distortion or noise
- Micro OLED displays with 1080p 90Hz adaptive refresh rate; FOV: 46°
- Resolution for various types of piloting: 1080p30, 720p60, 540p90 and 540p60
- The smoothest and fastest communication for maximum immersion in flight (3ms glass to glass)
- One-way broadcast does not interfere with neighboring pilots, which allows not to disturb neighboring pilots during group piloting
- Enhanced analog video resolution with real-time deinterlacer
- All the video inputs and outputs you need – one goggle for digital, analog and HDMI video (Analog 3.5mm AV in / HDMI in and out) / Headphone/microphone combo)
- Additional compartment for analog modules with side mounting (compatible with most modern analog modules)
- Additional analog module bay with 2.4GHz Wi-Fi module for future expansion
- Optional 2.4GHz Wi-Fi module for live video streaming
- Retractable on/off switch (be sure the FPV goggles are on or off at a glance or touch)
- Support for diopter lens inserts
- Adjustment of IPD (slider: 57-70 mm) and focus (scroll: +6 to -6 diopters)
- Rail type mounting rails for patch antennas and other components
- Recessed front SMA connectors (no need to remove antennas when packing goggles)
- Three independently controlled fans work in combination to cool internal components and prevent fogging. They are mounted on anti-vibration mounts to prevent transmission of vibration to displays and noise.
- Built-in microphone for DVR
- 3.5mm analog video/audio input for use with ground station inputs
- Integrated ESP32
- Built-in H.265 DVR
- 6-Axis Intelligent Inertial Measurement for Head Tracking with Pan/Tilt Support
Claimed effectiveness of HDZero FPV system
HDZero Goggle will include:
- HDZero FPV Goggles
- Wide bezel
- Narrow bezel
- foam pad
- Eyeglass strap
- 1200 mm cable XT60
- 150mm HDZero VTX programming cable
- Transport bag for glasses made of thick material
- Cloth for lenses
Availability and price
The latest HDZero Goggle FPV headset is available for pre-order at the Divimath online store for $600.
Runcam HDZero Nano 90
The developer’s presentation says the following: The Runcam HDZero Nano 90 camera is the first 90fps FPV camera designed specifically for the HDZero VTX. This camera allows HDZero to be 5ms faster than analog 60i video to show the full field/frame. The Nano 90 in tandem with the HDZero FPV goggles is capable of achieving 3ms pixel latency and 14ms glass-to-glass frame latency.
Combined with HDZero’s extremely low latency, 90fps gives drone racing and freestyle pilots an unrivaled sense of connected flight and a competitive edge on the race track. With 90 FPS, you’ll finish corners faster and get around the gates faster.
Freestyle enthusiasts will appreciate the new 540p@50fps mode, which provides better signal range, and therefore more range, at the expense of HDZero’s bandwidth reduction. HDZero Nano 90 supports different video modes for different flight conditions:
- 720 × 540p @ 90 fps: HDZero Goggle required
- 720 × 540p at 60 fps: Provides better signal range
- 960 × 720p @ 60 fps: 720p standard definition
HD Zero Nano 90
540p@90fps (4:3); 720p@60fps (4:3)
FOV: D 160°/H 127°/V 92°
* MIPI cable Not included.
Availability and price
The latest unique Runcam HDZero Nano 90 FPV camera is available for pre-order at the Divimath online store for $60.
HDZero Goggle Expansion Module (V1; no Wi-Fi)
And finally, the HDZero expansion module, which the developer presents in the following context: “The HDZero Goggle Expansion Module is designed to add Wi-Fi connectivity and standard analog receiver modules to HDZero glasses.
The expansion module has a bay for interfacing with various popular receiver modules today, such as the IRC RapidFire and TBS Fusion. The expansion module will be able to stream video to your phone via Wi-Fi (will be relevant for V2 and later), moreover, thanks to the HDZero Goggle’s built-in deinterlacer, analog video resolution will be improved in real time by intelligently combining interlaced fields (a first for FPV points)”.
Availability and price
The latest unique HDZero FPV expansion module is available for pre-order at the Divimath online store. The developer reports that the Analog + Wi-Fi Expansion Module accessory will be released in two stages and will be sold at the following prices:
The first batch of expansion modules will be without Wi-Fi option, and will be sold at a price of $29.99. The price will increase to $59.99 once the Wi-Fi feature goes live.
The customer can upgrade the WiFi module for an additional $29.99 after the initial release of the product.
The first reviews of the unique FPV system from Divimath.