Rothenberg runs spring camp for virtual reality startups

Rothenberg Ventures, a venture capital group that invests in early-stage startups, has announced its River program, a three-month virtual reality camp for startups. The entrepreneurs get mentoring, San Francisco office space, other support — and $100,000. The cost? Just a small chunk of your company’s equity.

Rothenberg Ventures offices. (Image courtesy Rothenberg Ventures.)

Rothenberg Ventures offices. (Image courtesy Rothenberg Ventures.)

The deadline for applications is January 11. Check out the company’s virtual office tour here.

The company has previously invested in AltspaceVR, which makes shared social virtual environments and Merge Virtual Reality, which makes a soft smartphone case VR headset.


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