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Founded Year



Series B | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$20M | 3 yrs ago

About Ori

Ori is a furniture company that specializes in robotic furniture designed to transform small spaces to more flexible living spaces.

Ori Headquarters Location

12 Channel St #202

Boston, Massachusetts, 02210,

United States


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Home Goods & Furniture

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Tech-enabled companies offering services and products focused on furniture, home accessories, and interior design. This collection includes direct-to-consumer (D2C) startups, peer-to-peer (P2P) marketplaces, and 3D & AR/VR visualization tools, among others.

Ori Patents

Ori has filed 13 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Embryology of urogenital system
  • Graphical projections
  • Light machine guns
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Graphical projections, Technical drawing, Roadsters, Embryology of urogenital system, Light machine guns


Application Date


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Related Topics

Graphical projections, Technical drawing, Roadsters, Embryology of urogenital system, Light machine guns



Latest Ori News

Sony could introduce PSN account linking for PC games and rewards, files suggest

Aug 15, 2022

References to PSN integration have been discovered inside Spider-Man’s game files Posted by Evidence has been discovered that Sony could be planning to introduce PlayStation Network integration to its PC games . Since its release on PC last week, fans have been digging through the game files of PlayStation’s latest port, Marvel’s Spider-Man , and discovered references to PlayStation Network integration within its code. According to the game files – which have been viewed by VGC – Sony could be planning to allow PC players to link their PlayStation Network accounts to specific games and offer in-game bonuses as a reward for doing so. While neither Marvel’s Spider-Man nor any other PlayStation Studios PC game currently allows connectivity with PSN accounts, Spider-Man’s files contain multiple references to “PSNAccountLinked” and “PSNLinkingEntitlements”. Spider-Man Remastered - PC features trailer Furthermore, references in Spider-Man’s files to “LevelCapExtras” in relation to “PSN Linking bonuses” appears to suggest that developer Insomniac was either experimenting or planning to give players extra skill points for linking their accounts. Before this discovery, PlayStation launched a new section on its site specifically about PlayStation Games for PC last week. One of the questions within the site’s FAQ asked if a PSN account was needed to play PlayStation games on PC, with Sony responding: “No, you currently do not need a PSN account to enjoy PlayStation Studios games on PC.” These recent findings could indicate that PlayStation Network Integration could indeed arrive in the future, but as an optional feature for players who choose to integrate with the service. While PlayStation Studios games on PC – such as God of War , Horizon Zero Dawn , Days Gone and Spider-Man Remastered – can be played without the need to sign up for a PSN account, this isn’t necessarily the case with Xbox Game Studios titles, which requires an Xbox Live account for some games on Steam . While some titles (such as Minecraft Dungeons , Ori and the Will of the Wisps and Psychonauts 2 ) don’t need players to create an Xbox Live account, other notable Xbox Game Studios titles do. Further reading

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Ori Rank

  • When was Ori founded?

    Ori was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Ori's headquarters?

    Ori's headquarters is located at 12 Channel St, Boston.

  • What is Ori's latest funding round?

    Ori's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did Ori raise?

    Ori raised a total of $26.75M.

  • Who are the investors of Ori?

    Investors of Ori include Khosla Ventures, Geolo Capital, Sidewalk Labs and INGKA Investments.

  • Who are Ori's competitors?

    Competitors of Ori include Mighty Buildings.

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