EchoPixel Receives $8.5 M Series A Investment for VR-Enabled Medical Imaging

Published by , October 23, 2017 2:00 pm

(VRFocus)  EchoPixel has made several breakthroughs in medical imaging. The EchoPixel technology can be used to create life-sized VR replicas of objects and can allow doctors to move, turn, examine and even cut into virtual representations of patients.
The company has now secured Series A investment. The funding round was led by Intel Capital and also included Aurus Capital, Runa Capital and the Harris & Harris Group. This resulted in $8.5 million (USD) in funding which will be allocated to EchoPixel’s commercial, R&D and Regulatory areas. “With its promise to make medical images more accessible to more clinicians and transform the ways doctors work and patients understand their unique anatomy, EchoPixel’s True 3D has generated excitement in the medical community,” said Sergio Aguirre, founder and Chief Executive Officer of EchoPixel.