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    Re: Fatshark DIY Mask

    Quote Originally Posted by FPV-PLASTICS View Post
    hi

    what do you mean whit standard "Ski Goggle Mod"

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    The standard "take ski goggles, remove or cut hole in lens, mount aviators without headband in hole with lots of epoxy." Mod.
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    Great work!

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    Thanks Addy
    Btw you don t ware glasses

    You buld this goggle for head tracker
    And it s fit better on your head

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    Hey Rob,

    I guess if you put the kopin unit further inside which is very good possible, i had about 3 cm space left you can wear glasses.
    I don't know if having the kopin unit close to your eyes is the same as having the unit close to youre glasses, or is there a difference? maybe someone that wears glasses can answer this question.

    My purpose was to have a goggle that i could use to build in so with space for headtracker and rx and be a whole lot more comfortable as the Original goggle and that worked fine.
    Thanks for making a great mask.

    Addy

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    Last update in post 3.

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    Looking great Addy!!!!!

    One Q though, i have the old fatshark base goggels and am thinking about doing the same as you but i would like to know if it is possible to ad a 5.8 module to it, to eventualy end up with the same as you have?

    Regards T

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    Hi traveller,

    If you look close you can see that i added a 5.8 fatshark module on the left side of the mask.
    Works great, pinout is actually quit simpel and he works on 5 v from the same bec that gives power to the kopin.
    I can turn him on and off so i can use a external source also.

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    Sweat thanks for the info!!!! now i don't have to invest so much in getting some new goggles!!! you rock!
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    Hallo,

    Ich habe die DIY Mask B, ich möchte eine "RV933 V2 Aviator 5,8Ghz" einbauen.

    Benötige ich das 5,8Ghz Modul? Ist das nur für die Spannung und als Empfänger da?

    Kann ich nur das Kopin verwenden? Welche Spannung benötigt es? Kann man die Helligkeit und Kontrast dann noch verändern?

    Hat wer Genaue bilder zum Kopin einbau?

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