Munich, Germany-based AR/VR software company Arthur Technologies today announced it’s successful raised $2.5 million in seed funding. The company is also launching a beta of its VR collaboration software, Arthur.

The seed round was led by Silicon Valley venture capitalist firm Draper Associates, a previous investor in companies such as Tesla, Skype, Baidu, Twitch, and Cruise Automation.

Arthur, the company’s social collaboration tool for business, lets users connect either through VR headsets, or through a traditional monitors via web browser. The company also intends on releasing Arthur to both iOS and Android mobile devices in the near future.

To date, Arthur has been used in closed beta by the United Nations and French investment bank Société…

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