|• DigiLens, a Sunnyvale, Calif.-based provider of diffractive optical waveguide technology for augmented and virtual reality, raised $22 million in Series B funding. Investors include Sony, Foxconn, Continental, Panasonic, Alsop Louie Partners, Bold Capital, Nautilus Venture Partners, and Dolby Family Ventures.
• iHear Medical, a San Leandro, Calif.-based company developing web-enabled hearing devices, raised $4.1 million in Series C-2 funding. Ameritas led the round, and was joined by Aphelion Capital and Lighthouse Capital.
• Faradion, a U.K. low-cost battery material developer, raised £1.3 million ($1.6 million) in Series B funding from Mercia Technologies, according to Tech City News. Read more.
• OhYeah! Nutrition, a Charlotte, N.C. maker of nutritional shakes and bars, raised an undisclosed amount in funding from CAVU Venture Partners.
• National Arbitration and Mediation, a provider of alternative dispute resolution services, raised an undisclosed amount in funding from Sageview Capital.
• Tricentis, a Vienna, Austria-based developer of software testing tools, raised $165 million in Series B financing from Insight Venture Partners.
• Nuna, a San Francisco developer of a data platform for Medicaid, has raised more than $90 million in funding, led by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and John Doerr.
• UR Work, a Chinese co-working startup, has raised 400 million yuan ($58 million) in Series B funding, bringing its valuation above $1 billion, according to China Daily. Read more.
• TrustPilot, a multi-language online review community based in Copenhagen, has raised $6.9 million from Draper Esprit.
• Lumus, an Israeli augmented reality lens company, has raised $6 million in funding from Alibaba, according to Geektime. Read more.
• Mainstreaming, an Italian video delivery startup, has raised €4 million ($4.2 million) in Series A venture capital funding from United Ventures.
• Mobike, a Chinese bicycle rental app, raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Foxconn. The investment comes shortly after the company raised $215 million in funding from Tencent Holdings and Warburg Capital.
• Pitchero, a UK-based sports club startup, has raised £3.1 million ($3.8 million) in Series A funding led by ICM, according to TechCrunch.