Top 5 Virtual Reality Companies in Texas

Check out the top 5 Texas Virtual Reality companies to raise funding in 2016!

These Texas companies raised over $27M in 2016. Merge Labs led the field with the most funding at $10M followed by Virtuix, and Owlchemy Labs.   The top 5 have raised over $36M in total funding since inception of their companies.

Company Name Description Last Funding Date Last Funding Amount Total Funding Amount
Virtuix Virtuix is the developer of the Virtuix Omni, a virtual reality platform that enable users to walk, run, and jump in 360 degrees in VR. 8/1/2016 $7,699,129 $16,079,129
Owlchemy Labs Owlchemy Labs is a creative game studio with a passion for polished and unique games and VR experiences. 8/3/2016 $5,000,000 $5,000,000
TheWaveVR TheWave​ is a cross-platform virtual reality experience. 8/4/2016 $2,500,000 $2,500,000
Merge Labs Merge VR is creating system that will make virtual reality accessible from your favorite smartphone. 4/24/2016 $10,112,801 $11,212,801
Tixsee Tixsee’s mobile platform provides an all-inclusive approach to deploying mobile apps that fans love. 6/1/2016 $1,750,000 $1,750,000
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