Virtuix is certainly going in some other direction in boosting cash for 2016, with the VR locomotion company releasing its mini-IPO circular of funding, allowing everyone to purchase the company and its own future. Inside the first a day, Virtuix raised an extraordinary $2.5 million.
The $2.5 million elevated happened because of over 500 private investors, and 5 institutional investors. Virtuix stock is designed for $2.33 per show, with the ongoing company thinking about extending its team, and continuing to generate VR motion technology. At this time, the Virtuix Omni can be bought, allowing visitors to strap on a particular footwear, stand on the Omni with the funnel attached, and revel in an enormous physical additional to the virtual world.
Virtuix founder and CEO, Jan Goetgeluk talked about the mini-IPO funding round: “We are thrilled to see the overwhelming response to our stock offering. We are excited that our community can now participate in our financial future and be part of the next chapter of our story”.