Second Life Founder’s Startup High Fidelity Raises $2.5M From True Ventures


High Fidelity, a new startup from Second Life founder Philip Rosedale, has raised $2.5 million in new funding from True Ventures, we’ve learned. The funding was also noted in an SEC filing.

The company debuted last year but still hasn’t formally launched. We don’t know a lot about what High Fidelity is developing but what we do know is that the company is prototyping the technology and user experience of a next-generation virtual reality system. With Rosedale and his team’s experience developing for Second Life, it should be interesting to see what their vision of a next-generation virtual reality system looks like.

If you are interested in signing up for the alpha, you can here.

We embedded a video that looks to show some of the technology that High Fidelity has created via its blog. Previous backers include True Ventures, Google Ventures, Kapor Capital, and angels.

Rosedale previously launched Coffee…

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