Social virtual reality platform High Fidelity has raised $22 million by selling off equity shares, the Wall Street Journal has reported.
The company is led by Second Life founder Philip Rosedale, and provides the tools needed to build and deploy interconnected and highly-social virtual worlds.
"High Fidelity enables you to use common formats, tools and languages to build complex interactive experiences, share processing power among users, and scale to thousands of people and petabytes of data in a single space," reads an explainer.
High Fidelity currently supports a wide-array of VR headsets and hardware, including HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Hydra PrioVR, and Leap Motion.
You can find out more, and even download the beta, over on the High Fidelity website.