Ukrainian startup 3DLOOK raised $1 million led by ICU Ventures

Ukrainian startup 3DLOOK raised $1 million led by ICU Ventures

3DLOOK raises $1M to support accelerated growth propelled by COVID-19

3DLOOK, a San Mateo, CA-based AI-first technology company that digitizes human body data to bring fit and sizing intelligence to the apparel industry, raised $1M in a pre-series A funding. The round was led by ICU Ventures.

The funding will be used to scale its R&D team and support its list of customers who need contactless measurement solutions to run their businesses. The company plans to raise a Series A round early next year. The team raised a total of $4.2M to date from Boost VC, 500 Startups, U Ventures, Solid5 and model Natalia Vodianova.

Founded in 2016 and led by Vadim Rogovskiy, CEO, 3DLOOK is a creator of a mobile body scanning technology that uses a patented combination of computer vision, neural networks, and 3D statistical modeling to generate a 3D avatar and more than 70 points of measure from two photos in under 30 seconds. The company has recently deployed the solution in over 200 stores of a major multi-billion retailer in the USA and plans to deploy in +1000 more within a month.

Overall, 3DLOOK works with more than 25 fashion and uniform companies around the world.

"Longer-term, our vision is to create the market for body data by becoming the standard in mobile body scanning and 3D model generation, so that consumers in every part of the globe will have access to their mobile digital passports where they will store their measurements and avatars. The digital passport will be used not just for size recommendations or ordering custom made garments, but also far beyond the apparel industry — in health & fitness, gaming, etc. The fashion industry is just the first one to massively adopt the mobile body scanning technology — and the demand is growing daily.", said Vadim Rogovskiy, Co-Founder and CEO at 3DLOOK

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