Atomontage Made $1.95 Million From Microvoxel-based 3D Graphics

Atomontage made $1.95 million in seed funding for its microvoxel technology, which can be used with 3D simulation and graphics rendering.

The investors included Makers Fund; Karl Magnus Troedsson, the former CEO of EA DICE; Tommy Palm, the CEO of Resolution Games; and Hilmar Pétursson, the CEO of CCP.

The funding will be used mostly for team growth and continued product development from its prototypes, which already feature groundbreaking voxel resolutions and interactive performance. 

“Voxel technologies have been promised a long time,” said co-founder and president Dan Tabar during his interview for GamesBeat. “It’s not something that we invented. The concept of little cubes in space, or 3D pixels, has been around in the computer science literature since the 1970s. And it’s almost like VR, where it was promised for decades and wasn’t really ever viable.

You can find out about voxel graphics from the Atomontage team here.

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