Also TelloFPV has many other 'unsung' features that put it well above any other inexpensive app for an inexpensive (but FUN!) little quad!It's good that in TelloFPV you can set inter-pupillary distance - it works great even with such a cheap setup
What VR goggles do you recommend to use? I'm just looking for a basic set that I can use with my Android phone (Samsung 8+) and the TelloFPV app. I do have a GameSir controller - I use it with bluetooth. I noticed you mentioned wired?Thanks. I guess almost every Android user that does a little research ends up getting the app one way or another. Actually it's the only way to do VR FPV, as the stock app really sucks in VR mode.
With a wired controller and a decent phone display its probably the cheapest way to get into HD quality immersive FPV. Perfect for folks cruising along and watching the scenery, but of course totally different from the more conventional FPV setups. I don't get thrills from dodging obstacles and doing loops and all that, I just want to enjoy the scenery. And for that Tello is a much much better choice.
Ok, thank you! Since I'm a newbie, when you say wired, what do you mean? Is it a wire from the controller to the phone? Sorry if I'm a little ignorant on some of these details!Just get any cheap VR goggles that fit you nose, your phone, your eyes, how much you want to spend.
Mine is a Fiit VR2s but I doubt its for sale anymore.
Just don't get any Daydream, GearVR and such as they have their own ecosystem
Wired controller is better as bluetooth causes interference with wifi and causes video breakups. Lots of comments about it here
That is correct, the gear VR uses oculus software but this can be disabled via ADB which renders the hardware still useful while disabling the annoying Oculus services which is launched each tIme you connect your handset to the headset.The gear VR uses oculus and no app for this purpose is built like a 360 vr game