Thanks for Sharing the News about Our Wireless HTC Vive Prototype!

March 27th, 2017
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Media Coverage March

Last week we shared with you all the news about our working prototype for a wireless HTC Vive. Since then, we received an overwhelming response from both media and VR enthusiasts alike. The news has been covered on sites like UploadVR, RoadToVR, Digital Trends, Slashgear, VRR, MSPoweruser, etc. It’s also been translated for articles in German, Italian, Japanese, Bulgarian, and Indonesian! We’d like to extend our thanks to everyone who…

Quark VR Now with a Working Prototype of the Wireless HTC Vive

March 23rd, 2017
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Krasi trying out the new wireless HTC Vive prototype

As you may already know, we have been developing a way to cut the cords off the HTC Vive for the past several months. We’ve been aching to share our progress with you for quite some time! And while we may have a bit of polishing to do, we are beyond excited to share a teaser of our results so far! The video features our CEO and co-founder Krasi Nikolov,…

The 3 New and Exciting VR Headsets We Saw at GDC 2017

March 13th, 2017
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gdc17

GDC 2017 ended, and even though we expected a bit more from it, especially from the gamers’ perspective, waiting for new game titles, we saw enough VR hardware to get excited about. HTC Vive showed us their new peripherals – add-on trackers and an integrated audio strap, each costing $99.99 and available for sale in the coming months, while NVidia showed off the GTX 1080 Ti – the most powerful…

Top 3 Free Games for Samsung Gear VR

March 6th, 2017
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You probably know (or maybe not, if you stumbled upon our site for the first time) that you can use our Intugame app to play any game from your PC in VR. Still, we’ll be talking about games that are made to be played in VR, and today we’ll talk about Samsung Gear VR and the 3 best free games you can play on it. We’ve searched the web lately…

The 3 Most Exciting VR Things We Hope to See at GDC 2017

February 27th, 2017
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GDC

Gamers are waiting (un)patiently for GDC 2017. And while we can’t lie we are expecting some major gaming announcement, we just can’t wait to see a new glimpse of the future of VR at GDC. 2016 was the year of VR hardware, so it’s okay to think 2017 will be the year of VR content, but we still have high hopes for some new hardware as well. Here’s the 3…

Top 5 Space-Themed VR Games

February 20th, 2017
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Space-Themed

Who doesn’t love space? I mean, not just having a space in your home or on your hard drive, but the space we are so eager to explore. We see it when we look at the night sky, yet we can’t easily go there, unless we’re millionaires. And even then, we can just get a short tour, that’s all. We dream of space exploration and space adventures. And maybe that’s…

Solve the Sweat & Hygiene Problems with Your Headset

February 13th, 2017
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SweatingInVR

After our “How To Get Fit with VR” (Part I and Part II) articles we received a surprising amount of questions on Reddit and on our Facebook page. The most frequently asked one – “What about the sweat?”. And we know that problem. We’ve showcased different headsets at a number of events where hundreds of people use the same headset, and lots of them sweat excessively even without playing fitness…

How to Get Fit With VR Games (Part II)

February 6th, 2017
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VRFit

After exploring the VR games you can play to achieve a good workout, now we’re back with the second part of our “How to Get Fit With VR Games” guide. This time we talk hardware. And in many cases – very, very expensive hardware. 1. VirZoom – this product looks a lot like an exercise bike and doesn’t include a VR headset so you’ll have to have one in advance…

How to Get Fit With VR Games (Part I)

January 30th, 2017
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Lots of people don’t go to the gym for various reasons. Maybe you are one of them, and we don’t judge maybe – there’s no gym near your home, or you don’t want to listen to guys moaning and yelling while lifting wights, or… just because it’s not fun at all for you. We get it. Still, building your own fitness room at home might cost you a lot of…

YouTube Wants to Bring VR Content to People Every Day

January 23rd, 2017
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youtube-360

Who else but YouTube! That’s the most logical answer to the question “Who is going to really bring VR in the users’ everyday lives?” YouTube has more than 1 billion users and if they can’t bring VR in our everyday lives, maybe no one can. YouTube introduced 360-degree videos in 2015 and this type of content is getting more attention lately as major YouTube channels, musicians, entertainers and other YouTubers…