Bangalore: An enterprise software company, Envelop VR secures $2 million in seed funding round backed by a number of prominent local and national angel investors, including Hank Vigil and Fritz Lanman – Acequia Capital, Rudy Gadre and Shana Fisher – High Line Venture Partners, Howard Morgan, Geoff Entress and Sujal Patel and many more.
Speaking about the investment, Bob Berry, Co-Founder & CEO, Envelop VR says, “We’re thrilled to be partnering with such an incredible group of investors who bring deep expertise in technology and strategic partnerships and have been at the forefront of early adoption in their respective sectors”. The seed round funding will be used to continue the design and development of its software offering, as well as to help build out its staff.
Incorporated in 2013 by Bob Berry, Envelop VR is creating enterprise and productivity software that allows businesses and consumers to create, work and play in a virtual reality environment. A key feature of the software will allow virtual reality (VR) content developers to work and generate content while in their own 3D, immersive environment (VRinVR).
On the other hand, Sujal Patel, Ex-Founder & CEO, Isilon Systems says, “I believe Envelop VR’s software will help accelerate the implementation of virtual reality by vastly improving the workflow for developers, as well as businesses who want to use the medium to help solve for critical workplace visualization challenges. This will allow for more quality content to be developed and ensure a much more enjoyable experience for the masses.”