From the Filings…Aug 31, 2007

What follows is a set of VC funding items culled from recent Regulation D filings with the SEC. None of these deals has been otherwise announced:

ClearEdge Power, a Hillsboro, Ore.-based fuel cell develops, has secured around $6.47 million of a $19.47 million Series C round. The only listed backer is existing shareholder Applied Ventures.

Media Machines Inc. has raised around $9.4 million in Series A funding led by Mohr, Davidow Ventures. The San Francisco-based company makes tools for 3D virtual world-making and content creation.

ReShape Medical Inc., a Lake Forest, Calif.-based developer of a medical device to help treat obesity, has raised $3 million in follow-on Series A funding. Return backers include New Leaf Venture Partners and SV Life Sciences. The company previously was known as Abdominis Inc., and has now raised a total of around $8 million.

Rocketon Inc., a San Francisco-based MMO game developer, has secured $500,000 of an $800,000 Series A round from Bertram Ventures (personal vehicle of Jeff Drazen). The company’s website uses pseudonyms for its executives, but here is some decoding: Captain Hoff, chief executive, is Steve Hoffman (vice chairman of the San Francisco Chapter of the Producers Guild of America). Gnome, chief operating officer, is Naomi Kotubo, a former development director with Electronic Arts. Tarzan, a board member and lead investor, is Drazen.

RollStream Inc., a Fairfax, Md.-based provider of business community management software, has secured $1.5 million of a $2 million Series A-1 round led by Grotech Capital Group.

Sierra Nevada Solar Inc., a Sacramento, Calif.-based solar energy startup, has raised $4.5 million in Series A funding. No investor information was disclosed.

Spatial Photonics Inc., a Sunnyvale, Calif.-based microdisplay maker, has raised around $26 million in Series B funding. Khosla Ventures was joined by return backers Intel Capital and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. DAG Ventures also seems to have participated, given the addition of DAG’s John Cadeddu to the Spatial Photonics board of directors. No one at the company picked up the phone, when I called earlier today.

Spectrum K12 School Solutions Inc., a Towson, Md.-based provider of special education and IEP management software, has raised $5.7 million in Series B-1 funding. Backers include Novak Biddle Venture Partners and Updata Partners. Past backer Warburg Pincus is not listed on the filing, but lists Spectrum K12 as a portfolio company on its website.

Whole Body Inc., a national chain of yoga and fitness studios, has raised $13 million in Series B funding. Highland Capital Partners led the deal, with Dan Nova and Corey Mulloy taking board seats. Whole Body was founded by Rob Wrubel, an entrepreneur-in-residence with Highland between June 2001 and July 2002.