Forward Partners leads VR startup Gravity Sketch’s Seed

Feb 16, 2018 · uktech.news

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Virtual reality and 3D design sofware startup Gravity Sketch has raised $1.7m (£1.2m) in Seed funding.

The startup’s round was led by London-based VC Forward Partners.

Gravity Sketch also received backing from Super Ventures, a San Francisco-based augmented reality and VR-focused venture capital firm.

Wacom, a Japanese company specialising in graphic tablets and related products, also participated.

The startup will use the cash to continue buildings its immersive 3D design software, which can be used to create, iterate and communicate three-dimensional ideas between key stakeholders in the design process. Gravity Sketch is also looking to expand across the globe.

Matthew Bradley, an investor at Forward Partners, will join Gravity Sketch’s board of directors as a result of the firm’s investment.

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