Polish fund RKKVC invests in Move.ai, a UK-based software developer
28 November, 2022, 14:50
Poland-based venture capital firm RKKVC has invested in Move.ai, a company from the United Kingdom developing motion capture technology. Animoca Brands and Play Ventures lead the round, the amount of which is not disclosed.
- Founded in 2020 in Warsaw, RKKVC is a family office venture capital fund. The fund invests throughout Europe and the United States. It focuses on software companies, mainly deep tech and B2B SaaS, but doesn’t neglect companies from other areas.
- The firm invested in Move.ai, which develops patented AAA quality marker-less motion capture technology powered by computer vision and deep learning. The company’s software runs off any camera, can capture any relative volume size, and can be deployed in any environment on the planet.
- The solution is directly comparable to existing suit/optical based systems, as it generates standard data formats that can be exported to any game engine in real time. Move.ai’s mission is to provide access to millions of animators and content creators globally to the same level of motion capture as the high-profile studios.
- Apart from RKKVC, the round saw participation from the lead investors Animoca Brands and Play Ventures. Warner Music Group, GameTech Ventures, FOV Ventures, and many business angels, including Matthew Ball, also joined in the funding.
- Some recent RKKVC’s investments also include, a British company FIDO Tech, a Polish startup Trusted Twin, and an Estonian startup EyeVi Technologies.