Extreme Reality, an Israeli startup that provides 3D motion analysis for use with standard 2D cameras, has raised a new $10 million Series D round from existing investor Marker LLC and one of its client partners, which it declined to name, bringing the total funding for the six-year old company to $24 million. Extreme Reality’s tech is currently used in a number of mobile titles, including SEGA’s GO DANCE, which is essentially a Just Dance type of game that works on the iPad and iPhone instead of requiring something as advanced as the Microsoft Kinect.
The company provides their SDK publicly to developers as of a little while ago, and they’ve seen a big uptick in interest since, according to Extreme Reality CEO Sarit Firon. The investment will help to further those efforts, she says, and pursue additional markets.
“Extreme Motion skeletal technology became the primary focus of Extreme Reality…
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