vSpatial, a Provo, Utah-based tech startup that brings productivity and collaboration to the immersive world of VR, raised $2.5m from angel investors.
The backers were not disclosed.
The company intends to use the funds to launch its new virtual reality app and to further enhance the development of the product and grow the team.
Led by John Sallaway, co-founder and CEO, vSpatial brings productivity and collaboration to the world of VR by connecting users to their data and their coworkers. The application is currently available for free in the Oculus Store and support for additional platforms of the app are currently in development.
Features of the app include:
– Team meetings in virtual reality
– Immersive presence similar to real life meetings
– use and share applications with infinite windows
– Slack Integration (and more coming).
The company intends to use the funds to make the app available on additional platforms.