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[Funding alert] CA-based Proto Hologram Secures an Investment from Cartan Capital

Proto Hologram, based in California, has secured funding from Cartan Capital. The deal's total value was not made public.

Proto Hologram, based in California, has secured funding from Cartan Capital. The deal’s total value was not made public.

Tim Draper (Tesla, CoinDesk, Skype, Twitch), Mike Walsh (Uber), True Capital Management, and Christie’s Ventures have all previously backed Proto. Brittany Griner, Marshawn Lynch, Robert Gryphon III, and Albert Pujols are among the athletes who have invested in Proto. Lil Wayne, Quavo, Paris Hilton, and Howie Mandel were among the other investors.

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Proto is a platform and patented holographic device that enables holoportation in the retail, entertainment, healthcare, and education sectors. From showrooms in New York, London, Dubai, Seoul, and other locations, the company distributes the larger Proto Epic, the smaller Proto M, and its holographic AI Protobot throughout the world.

Fortune 500 companies, academic institutions, museums, convention centres, medical facilities, and the sports and entertainment sectors all use this technology. Proto has been used for events by the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, and MLS. F1 racing, the Army vs. Navy NCAA football game, the U.S. Open, the Australian Open, and the FIFA Women’s World Cup have also used the technology.

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Proto was utilised by TrillerTV (previously known as FITE) to beam boxer Manny Pacquiao from Seoul to Los Angeles, and CBS Sports HQ used it in their Super Bowl coverage.

About Proto Hologram

With its own hardware, software, and app ecosystem, Proto is the first and only holographic communications platform in the world. The business is expanding swiftly, and it was honoured with this year’s SXSW Innovation Award for “Connecting People.” It also got the first patent for its method of producing and showcasing holographic content.

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