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VR Startup Spaces Lands $6.5 Million From Chinese Theme-Park Operator Songcheng, Comcast, Other Investors

Posted by Todd Spangler | January 13, 2017 | Digital, News, Spaces, virtual reality

 

Spaces, the virtual- and mixed-reality firm founded last year by VR vets from DreamWorks Animation, has raised $6.5 million in funding led by China’s Songcheng Performances Development Co. Ltd., one of the world’s biggest theme-park and performing arts companies, with participation from previous investor Comcast Ventures and other venture-capital firms. The funding brings L.A.-based Spaces to a total… Read more »

Source: Variety Feed

 

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