Merge VR, which makes virtual reality headsets, just raised $10 million, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The San Antonio-based startup lists Geekdom as its headquarters. It is co-founded by Andrew Trickett, who formerly ran the San Antonio Clean Energy Incubator. Franklin Lyons is the other co-founder and the company’s chief executive officer. And Lew Moorman, a former Rackspace executive who now is involved in Tech Bloc, is listed as a director of the company.
The funding coincided with an announcement Merge VR made recently about its VR Googles, which work with both Apple and Android smartphones, rolling out at Target stores across the U.S. The headsets cost $79.
The purple Merge VR Goggles are also available at GameStop, Amazon.com, BestBuy.com, NewEgg.com, B&H Photo, GAMR.co.uk and MergeVR.com.