Osso VR, a Palo Alto, California-based virtual reality surgical training tech company, secured $2m in funding.
The round was led by SignalFire with participation from Anorak Ventures.
The company is going to use the funds to scale up production.
Led by co-founder and CEO Dr. Justin Barad, a Harvard and UCLA trained orthopaedic surgeon, and co-founder and CTO Matt Newport, who comes from 15 years in professional game development most recently at Electronic Arts, Osso VR provides surgeons, sales teams and other trainees with an on-demand training platform featuring realistic, haptic-enhanced, interactions in an immersive training environment.
It is device agnostic, and is currently compatible with Oculus Rift/Touch and HTC Vive hardware.
Through analytics dashboards, trainees and administrators can receive feedback regarding their run-throughs and tailored guidance to help them reach proficiency.
The company is currently actively working with major device manufacturers.