NextVR is a technology company that captures and delivers live and on-demand virtual reality experiences. The Company developed and patented the technology, and built the platform that can deliver live events in virtual reality using current home and mobile Internet connections. NextVR has world-class partnerships with leaders in sports and entertainment including the NBA, FOX Sports, Live Nation, International Champions Cup and more.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Laguna Beach, US
Founded
2009
Size (employees)
102 (est)+5%
Website
nextvr.com
NextVR was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Laguna Beach, US

Key People at NextVR

DJ Roller

DJ Roller

Co-Founder
David Cole

David Cole

Co-founder
David Cramer

David Cramer

Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy
Alan Moss

Alan Moss

Executive VP of Software Engineering

NextVR Office Locations

NextVR has an office in Laguna Beach
Laguna Beach, US (HQ)
345 3rd St

NextVR Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2009

Total Funding

$115.5 m

Latest funding size

$80 m

Time since last funding

about 1 year

Investors

NextVR's latest funding round in August 2016 was reported to be $80 m. In total, NextVR has raised $115.5 m

Traffic Overview of NextVR

NextVR Online and Social Media Presence

NextVR News and Updates

The NFL’s New VR Highlights Take Football to a Whole New Level

Eight camera rigs with two eyeballs each. Crazy 3-D mapping. A unique production truck. Meet the future of live VR. The post The NFL's New VR Highlights Take Football to a Whole New Level appeared first on WIRED.

NextVR looks towards Asian markets with $80M Series B raise

 Virtual reality broadcasting startup NextVR has closed an $80 million Series B round of funding, WSJ reports. With this latest splash of cash, NextVR is looking to expand beyond US markets and tackle Asian markets where demand for virtual reality content is growing. Last month, regulatory filings i…

NextVR scores $20 million from a Chinese investment firm

 NextVR confirmed today that the company has received $20 million in funding from a Chinese investment firm as a part of an upcoming Series B raise. The news surfaced earlier this week on Variety after regulatory documents from CITIC Group Corp. were discovered. The $20M is just a slice of the Serie…

NextVR Company Life and Culture

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