Mavic latency test

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  1. Blade Strike

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    Looks like .14sec on 720 and .22sec at 1080.
     
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    Yep that's what I'm seeing. I knew it was fast but this is a game changer. The p4 with the same test is 220-240
     
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    OH! Can you do the same test while in WiFi flight mode?
     
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    Great to see, Blade. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Is this low enough do make the dji fpv goggle teaser seem possible??
    Never done any fpv before.
     
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    This is very fast, much faster than the normal Lightbridge on the P3/4. If the new DJI goggles are this fast it will be pretty much real time FPV. .14 seconds is awesome.
     
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    DJI claims 160 ms in the FAQ in the DJI GO app, so these measurements are right in line.
     
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    I'm hoping that the latency on the Goggles will be even lower; the video of two guys racing their mavics has me super hyped. Racing like that requires latency even less than .14 seconds; ideally, it would be under 10ms, but we'll see what they can do; processing 1080p video and sending it over a 4.7-mile link isn't an easy task, even with 24 cores.
     
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    Any way to test Android latency, say like a Note 5 or S6/S7?
     
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    They specs do show the goggles will have lower latency but I have yet to receive a pair to test.
     
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    Ohhhh awesome. That's the first news I've heard that it is at all shorter than the delay to the phone screen. Thanks for the little tip!
     
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