companies building the future
Pathbreaker invests in specialized teams building unique technology and IP in emerging areas of computing. We're proud investors in:
Catalog Technologies Cinchapi CryptoMove Drifter Entertainment Fathom Computing Iron Ox Limbix Health Mux nTopology OptimoRoute Rheo.tv Simbe Robotics Superhuman Text IQ Uncorporeal Systems Visby Stealth
Cryptomove is active defense data protection that continuously moves, mutates, distributes, fragments, and re-encrypts data without latency, with any algorithm. More on product.
Its founders are senior security engineers and former founders who've worked on data protection and cybercrime for Amazon, Google, and Microsoft. More on team.
Co-investors: Draper Associates, Red Dog, founders of Palo Alto Networks & FireEye
Drifter is building a virtual reality gaming studio optimized for eSports. Currently in stealth.
Its co-founders include the former GM of Unreal Engine 4 & CTO of Microsoft Xbox/Kinect, Art Director of Oculus & Art Director at id Software, and Creative Director for Games at Microsoft. Learn more about the team.
Co-investors: Signia, Initialized, Presence, VR Fund, Anorak
Fathom Computing is building hardware to train vast artificial neural networks with as many neurons and connections as the human brain. (Currently in stealth).
It's led by a highly technical team of senior researchers and engineers.
Limbix Health is building VR-based health tools for therapists.
Its founders are engineering & product leaders from Oculus, Facebook, and Google who previously founded & built Karma Science (acquired by Facebook in 2012).
nTopology is building modular CAD software with explicit and computer assisted creation tools for advanced manufacturing and 3D printing. More on product.
It's led by a specialized team of designers, mathematicians, and engineers from the 3d printing industry. Learn more about the team.
Co-investors: Root, Haystack, 1517, Notation
OptimoRoute applies theoretical computer science to people routing and fleet management for mobile work forces. More product detail.
Its founders were early engineers at Google and built machine learning products for Yelp. Learn more about the team.
Co-investors: Hoxton, Anorak, 7 Percent, co-founders of Yelp
Rheo is building an innovative consumer video experience for the Apple TV, and video targeting technology for the connected television ecosystem. More on product.
Its founders are senior engineering and product leaders who spent more than 30 years at Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft. The team is known for building some of the first iPhone apps & Apple media products, and also built Autoplay Video at Facebook. Learn more about the team.
Co-investors: Accomplice, Social Capital, Cherubic, Social Starts, Lars Rasmussen
Superhuman is the fastest email experience in the world. The product is currently in stealth.
Its founders started Rapportive (acquired by LinkedIn in 2012) and LiveRamp (acquired by Acxiom for $310M in 2014). Learn more about the team.
Co-investors: First Round, Boldstart, Precursor, Zelkova, Rubicon, WTI, 500
TextIQ is building machine learning-based solutions for document intelligence in legal, insurance, and Fortune 500 environments.
It is led by a team of PhD and Masters level machine learning engineers from Columbia University. Learn more about the team.
Co-investors: Floodgate, former General Counsels at Apple, Oracle, and Verizon.
Uncorporeal offers a suite of cloud VR/AR reality capture products for volumetric capture, holophoto, and static photogrammetry. More on product.
Its team includes engineering & product leadership from WETA, Double Negative, Method, and Wikimedia. Learn more about the team.
Co-investors: Presence, Cherubic, 7 Percent, Liquid 2, strategic angels
Visby is building holographic light field technology -- codecs and capture solutions -- for virtual and augmented realities. The product is currently in stealth.
It is led by a PhD in Particle Physics, Masters in Applied Mathematics, and BA lightfield expert from Harvard University.
This specialized, senior team is solving some of the hardest technical problems in applied computer vision and robotics.
Co-investors: Playground, Vulcan