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Now Bytednace wants Meta’s Metaverse business, too. Having taken on the social media empire formerly known as Facebook in social media, ByteDance purchased VR company Pico last year to go after their Metaverse business too. Pico’s well-reviewed new device, The Pico 4, is better and cheaper than the current Quest 2. Pico will launch in Europe, Korea and Japan next month. No word on a US launch.

Immersive Monitor from Breylon raised $15 million. We first encountered Breylon in a suite at CES and were impressed by the headset-free immersive gaming experience with a high-definition monitor. The round was led by Lockheed Martin and the MIT-affiliated E14 Fund, with participation from Corning, LG Technology Ventures, UDC Ventures and Franklin Templeton.

Tactile Manifest at work.

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Taqtile AR Closes $5M Funding. The makers of the Manifest

Keep reading this article on Forbes Business.

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