Polish Spotbrowser raises around $250K for new VR tool

Spotbrowser, a Rzeszow-based startup that develops virtual tours for the real estate market, has received around $250,000 (1 million zloty) seed investment from Czysta3.vc fund, MamStartup reports.

  • Founded in 2016, Spotbrowser offers virtual estate viewing without leaving your home, which is both convenient and safe for users.
  • Due to the quarantine restrictions, virtual walkarounds are getting more popular, thus the new market is formed, the startup emphasizes.
  • Czysta3.vc is a Polish venture capital fund that focuses on early-stage technology companies, especially martech ones.

“The aim of the investment is to develop a solution that will automate the process of creating virtual walks. Artificial intelligence and machine learning will be used for this,”

Miroslav Chudy from Sporbrowser explains the project’s goal.
  • Spotbrowser will use the investment to develop their product, as well as to hire AI-specialists to speed up the process.