VRstudios has come out of stealth mode and announced this week that it has begun shipping its virtual reality system.

The company reported that it received “millions of dollars” in new orders during the fourth quarter of 2015 for delivery across the globe, including the United States, France, China, the Middle East, and Canada. The VR system includes headsets, cameras, and interactive devices, as well as a system development kit for development partners.

The VRstudios virtual reality system features untethered, full physical tracking, and an immersive and interactive experience for multiple participants in the same virtual space.

VRstudios CEO Charles Herrick. Photo courtesy VRstudios.

VRstudios CEO Charles Herrick. Photo courtesy VRstudios.

“Over the past year, we’ve deployed and tested our platform in a number of commercial settings including aerospace, construction, architecture, and entertainment,” said CEO Charles Herrick in a statement.  “The result is a comprehensive system that makes it easy for businesses to design, deploy, and distribute VR applications that solve real business needs.  This also includes the delivery of next-generation entertainment.”

The Bellevue-based company closed its seed round of funding in December with $1.3 million. Since the round closed, VRstudios has opened a second round of funding that is expected to receive several millions of dollars by the end of the first quarter of 2016.