The story of
vrg. ineers.

VRgineers was born from Marek Polčák’s vision of transformative VR that would finally fulfill the promise laid out when virtual reality was introduced as a concept. Since nothing like what he envisioned existed, Marek decided to build his own VR equipment using his knowledge and tenacity. Today, VRHero sports a level of detail and clarity that has never been seen before in any other VR headset available on the market.

In a cluttered office workshop, in fits and starts, his vision started to come together. As the firm grew, it became necessary to find a partner similarly committed to developing bleeding-edge technologies.
When the time came to find a partner, Etnetera was an easy choice. It wasn’t just their years of proven success and experience with IT development, but also their love of technology, and the people-centric way they run their firm.   Together they formed VRgineers: a firm with the goal of fulfilling the promises of VR.
VRgineers was incorporated in Delaware, but mostly operates from its Prague branch where a team of some 25 people work to develop, produce, and market VRHero, a product that can be called the best VR headset in the world.

VRgineers, Inc. was formed with one goal: meeting VR’s expectations. The VR project began at Marek Polčák’s Quanti s.r.o., which then contacted Etnetera Group a.s. to form this joint venture based on their shared values and strategies. Both firms have years of experience in IT and provide the firm with a solid foundation in terms of knowledge, human resources, and financing. Their efforts resulted in VRHero, an enterprise-level virtual reality headset with unseen levels of clarity.

Quanti

Quanti has grown from a start-up founded by students at the Czech Technical University in 2010 into a custom hardware and software developer with more than 50 employees and contractors. With more than EUR 1.2 million in revenue in 2016, the firm is wholly self-funded and solely owned by Marek Polčák.   For more, see: www.quanti.cz

Etnetera

Founded in 1997, Etnetera has grown into a group of six companies that employ more than 300 people. With a history of stable and steady growth, the group reached EUR 16 million in revenue in 2016. It’s completely self-funded and jointly owned by six individuals.   For more, see: www.etneteragroup.com