Visual Vocal, a Seattle, WA-based immersive productivity platform for team collaboration, raised $3.6m in seed funding.
The round was led by Eniac Ventures, with participation from Scout Ventures, Spider Capital, and the Alliance of Angels.
The company intends to use the funds to scale enterprise sales and continue to focus on building the product.
Led by CEO John SanGiovanni and CTO Sean B House, Visual Vocal provides a cloud-based technology platform that offers an enterprise VR solution enabling anyone who generates 3D files to create and drive immersive presentations, compare design trade-offs, and send or receive detailed annotations.
Through the company, key project stakeholders can join in-person or remotely in seconds, using a slim, lightweight smartphone accessory that folds-up pocket size when not in use.
Its mobile ‘VR Inbox’ unifies all spherical messages, meetings, and project updates into one place, and allows publishers to set permissions to manage a user’s level of participation based on their role in the project. In this way, it allows key design considerations and issues to be summarized, shared, and synced at any job site, office, at any time.