Immersive VR Education raises €1m in funding

Waterford couple secured funding last month

12th February, 2017
David Whelan. co-founder of virtual reality start-up Immersive VR Education

Waterford couple David and Sandra Whelan have ambitious plans to place Ireland at the frontline of virtual reality (VR), having raised investment of close to €1 million to develop a new immersive education platform.

Their start-up, Immersive VR Education, secured the funding last month from sources including Kernel Capital, Shard Capital Partners in London and state agency Enterprise Ireland.

The funding will see the company begin Beta trials later this year of Engage, the VR...

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