Zebra Imaging closer to financing goal

Dec 4, 2013
Austin Business Journal

Hologram developer Zebra Imaging Inc. reported Tuesday raising $5 million of a planned $5.2 million financing


The Austin-based company collected the capital from 11 investors, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission


The filing is an update to a September filing in which Zebra Imaging reported collecting $3.9 million of the financing that was initially reported in March


Zebra Imaging, founded in 1996, develops technology which produces 3-D images that can be seen without special glasses. The company employed 55 workers in 2009


It was initially launched for automobile industry modeling and partially seeded by the Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F). Other investors reportedly included Nicholas Negroponte, founder of the MIT Media Lab; Delaware-based E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. (NYSE: DD); Seattle-based Voyager Capital; Nuevo Private Equities LP; and Las Vegas, Nev.-based SAIC Venture Capital Corp.


In 2006, Zebra Imaging completed a $5.9 million Series C round of funding led by Seattle-based Voyager Capital


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