Stealthy mobile developer GTX Surgery raised $2.1 million in a new round of equity financing, according to an SEC filing posted this week.
According to Chicago-based healthcare incubator Matter Chicago, GTX is developing medical simulations using modern video game technologies that will be usable on mobile devices, such as smartphones.
“GTX Surgery rallies communities of medical specialists around cutting-edge surgical simulators that run on the device in your pocket. Utilizing the latest video game technologies, GTX Surgery makes realistic medical simulation available to all medical professionals, regardless of affiliation, location and budget,” Matter Chicago wrote in a post last May announcing that GTX Surgery had joined its incubator community.
GTX Surgery is seeking out Unity gameplay engineers, a popular cross-platform game engine, as well as engine architects, graphics/physics engineers, 3D technical artists and UX designers according to its website, but no other information is listed.
The money came from 4 unnamed investors, according to the SEC filing, and has not yet declared how it plans to spend the newly raised funds.