Drone flying, as demonstrated by those taking part in TV’s Drone Racing League is a tricky business. Even normal flying can be tough to master, but Epson has a neat way to learn using an augmented virtual drone that will help you master the controls before you break your expensive new toy.
The flight simulator is just one of the latest tricks from these high-end glasses that feature cutting-edge silicon-based OLED (organic light emitting diode in the new BT-300 model, retailing at $799. Aimed at the business market, the Epson range is another of the growing range of training, industrial and practical models that are seeing the technology adopted across many verticals.
Let us know if you’ve come across any cool or useful business applications for augmented reality. With HoloLens and other products starting to up the tempo as sales and interest rise, 2018 could be a banner for year for AR both in business and for consumers.