Scottish 3-D firm Voxar scores new equity funding

September 1, 1998

Scottish 3-D firm Voxar scores new equity fundingThree-dimensional software developer Voxar of Edinburgh, Scotland, has secured $2.8 million in new equity financing. The capital comes from a mix of private and public investors, and Voxar plans

Scottish 3-D firm Voxar scores new equity funding

Three-dimensional software developer Voxar of Edinburgh, Scotland, has secured $2.8 million in new equity financing. The capital comes from a mix of private and public investors, and Voxar plans to use the money to finance its expansion plans. Voxar founder and CEO Andrew Bissell remains the largest shareholder in the company.

Voxar made its debut at last year's Radiological Society of North America meeting, where the company displayed VoxarLib Medical, a software library that enables OEMs to write 3-D image reconstruction applications that run on PCs (PNN 9/98). Voxar claims that applications written with its software have the performance of workstation-based applications at a fraction of the cost.