Immersive Robotics (IMR) has developed a new compression standard for VR content. The proprietary algorithm and electronics hardware enables wireless transmission and streaming of Virtual Reality (VR) video over 802.11ac Wi-Fi (5GHz) & the latest 802.11ad WiGig (60GHz) standards. IMR’s compression standard, facilitates peer to peer data transmission between devices, to and from PC’s, HMD’s smartphones, and 360° cameras and remote presence robotics, paving the way for it to become a true wireless standard. The following is the description of its potency:
Plug & Play
The head mounted design does not require the user to install any drivers. While the HDMI component handles the video transmission, the USB component on the unit forms an ‘invisible USB link’ between the HMD and the computer. The allows the computer to detect the HMD as if it were attached through a traditional USB cable, allowing existing drivers for the HMD to work seamlessly with the head mounted design.