DJI's drones take Facebook Live in a new direction: UpWith just a few taps in DJI's Go mobile app you can broadcast live to the social network from hundreds of feet in the air.
[BLANK_AUDIO] In my hand recording the video is the DJI Phantom 4. Testing out the new Facebook Live integration. So I figured we'd go out and take a quick flight and let you see how it works. All right, just gonna put this down and take off. [BLANK_AUDIO] [NOISE] [SOUND] So all the audio is being recorded through the iPhone that's attached to the CGI controller. [SOUND] Only about 70 feet right now, gonna go up a little bit higher. [BLANK_AUDIO] [SOUND] [INAUDIBLE] It's the DGI phantom four i'm flying right here. [SOUND] So, just hovering for a second. [BLANK_AUDIO] All right, that's at about 200 feet. [BLANK_AUDIO] So You look out straight the very cloudy foggy New York City. And just keeps spinning. [BLANK_AUDIO] The limit where [INAUDIBLE] is gonna be 400 feet. I'm just gonna keep it at 200 for now. [BLANK_AUDIO] Yeah, cuz it looks like it might rain again. [BLANK_AUDIO] I'm gonna bring it back down. [BLANK_AUDIO] Go a little lower and fly over some water here. [highway sounds] [BLANK_AUDIO] I'm taking it nice and slow today just because I'd rather not crash on a live video stream on Facebook. [BLANK_AUDIO] I would hope you'd make fun of me if I crashed, yeah. [BLANK_AUDIO] It does have the obstacle avoidance in it though, so hopefully won't have too many problems. [BLANK_AUDIO] Flight time is about 20 minutes. [BLANK_AUDIO]