Release date: November 27 2023
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Miami – Hartmann Metaverse Ventures I, a fund focused on immersive technology, gaming and XR, has completed a $2.5 million round for VictoryXR as it seeks to scale its metaversity platform globally.
“From day one we believed that XR could be a major force for good, disrupting and equalizing the antiquated education space. For the cost of a single text book, a VR headset could give access to entire worlds of high-quality immersive learning.” said Felix Hartmann, founder and Managing Partner of Hartmann Capital. “After carefully studying the industry it became evident that VictoryXR was consistently out-executing its competition reaching more universities and schools, while also upgrading its offering with the latest technologies in AI”
VictoryXR is an edtech company building schools, labs and universities using XR technologies like augmented reality, virtual reality and pass-through mixed reality. On more than 120 university campuses, VictoryXR is an award winning platform provider whose most recent accomplishment is becoming a semi-finalist for the Yass Prize.
“We continue to provide products that dramatically increase learning by students in both K-12 and higher ed,” said Steve Grubbs, VictoryXR CEO. “The recent introduction of our conversational AI avatars is a revolutionary step forward for teaching remote students and providing quality instruction for every student.”
Other participants in this fundraising round include Juvo Ventures, who led the effort, as well as Tamiami Angels and Kendall Hunt publishing.
VictoryXR has deployed projects in the last year with partners like Meta, Qualcomm, T-Mobile, Lenovo, HTC Vive and Pico.
Learn more about VictoryXR and its offerings at VictoryXR.com