We found an article online from a DJI Phantom pilot sharing his DIY FPV goggle glass. Let’s see!
The pilot used a 7” monitor for his Phantom and aerial photography. One day, he found a one-eye FPV display module, so he tried to make a FPV goggle glass.
Here is the one-eye FPV display module.
Here is the DC-DC power module. The pilot adjusted the voltage to 5V for power supply.
Here is the connected wire and cable.
The author assembled the controller with hot-melt glue.
He made a plastic case with 502 glue.
He painted the case in red.
The pilot took a sun glasses and found a perfect position.
The pilot’s son tried the FPV goggle.
The pilot assembled a piece of Lego brick to make the FPV goggle match the surface of sun glasses.
He drilled the marked position on the sun glasses.
He modified the Lego brick.
After fine-tuned, he assembled the screws and red case. FPV goggle finished!
The pilot shared his thoughts:
1. The assembly is easy. The key is to find the perfect position for your own preference.
2. Paint the case in the last step for higher accuracy.
3. Use soft cables for folding the FPV goggle
Here is the illustration after wearing the FPV goggle.