The company has shown a working prototype of its technology that will be able to free from the wires to any virtual reality headset.
The Bulgarian company, Quark VR, has released a teaser video in which they show their wireless solution using for this a working prototype with HTC Vive. The company has been working on this wireless video streaming solution, which will be compatible with all types of virtual reality headsets, since last year when they started researching how to eliminate cables from the camera and were even collaborating with HTC. The video shows Krasi Nikolov, CEO of Quark VR, trying out some well-known titles such as Tilt Brush and Job Simulator.
The prototype uses proprietary Quark VR software that, according to the company, allows low-latency streaming, although they do not specify the exact value. As we can see in the video, the HTC Vive viewer is connected to a small computer board and an external battery that allows 2 hours of autonomy, and to hold both pieces they are using, temporarily, a small waist backpack. Quark VR has commented that they will give more details very soon showing a full trailer.