Link Is HTC’s New VR Headset

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HTC unveiled Link – the company’s new VR headset, which is not a part of the Vive brand, and for now is exclusive to Japan only, but should be available on the EU/US market as well in the future. The headset is designed to be used with HTC’s latest smartphone, the U11. However, the headset has its own display (actually – 3.6 inch 1080 x 1200 LCD panels with a…

What to Expect From the VR World at E3 2017

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E3 is just a month away and we were eager to see what are the big names in the VR world ready to show at one of the biggest video game conferences out there. E3 is a great opportunity for the biggest brands to showcase new content and even tech, but, as it seems, we won’t see as much as we’d like to see. Here’s what the big VR names…

Viveport Went Live! Here’s What You Get!

April 10th, 2017
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HTC’s Viveport went live last week, one year after the retail release of the HTC Vive. If you don’t know what Viveport is – well, it’s basically a subscription-based app store for VR content, just like Spotify is a subscription-based app for music. Kind of. What is Viveport offering? Instead of buying separate games, now you can spend $6.99 per month and play a number of HTC Vive games available…

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

March 27th, 2017
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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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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…

What VR Had to Offer at CES 2017

January 9th, 2017
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CES 2017 was the place to be for all VR enthusiasts. We were all holding our breaths to see the possible future of this technology. The rapidly growing fame of VR brought new players to the game but… we didn’t really see the great advancement we were hoping for. The first good news is that HTC unveiled their new tracker that allows turning physical objects (like a baseball bat, or…

Doom 3 Is Now Playable on HTC Vive!

November 24th, 2016
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Yes, it’s real. A mod for Doom 3: BFG Edition has been released and it makes the game playable on HTC Vive with motion controllers, full room scale tracking, and a functional UI. The players use both controllers to move around, jump, switch weapons and interact with the game’s environment. There are still some bugs here and there, and you can’t do a whole lot more than you can do…

Best VR Headset? Here’s Your Verdict!

November 16th, 2016
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While we’re still in the USA, we got inspired to ask you a question, so we used our Facebook page to ask you which is the best VR headset in your opinion. You overwhlemed us with about 1300 responses. Wow! And your verdict was very, very clear. We gave you 3 options to vote for – HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and PSVR. And here are the results: PSVR got 6…

5 Future Applications of Virtual Reality

November 4th, 2016
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We already use Virtual Reality for multiple purposes, but there are still directions it’s expected to go that are currently in their starting phases. Here are 5 of them, hopefully you’ll find them interesting and maybe even see them as a challenge for your imagination. The Travel Industry Instead of flying around the world, you could enter the world of Virtual Reality. With VR headsets advancing so rapidly we are…