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Sight Machine, a startup trying to simplify the collection and analysis of industrial data, has raised a $5 million venture capital round from Mercury Fund, Michigan eLab, Huron River Ventures, Orfin Ventures and Funders Club, as well as its existing investors. The company originally focused on computer vision and letting users easily analyze images from assembly-line cameras, but has expanded its platform to include data from sensors, robots, and other industrial instruments and systems. Sight Machine was co-founded by Nathan Oostendorp, who also co-founded tech news site Slashdot.