Walnut Creek, Calif. -- Beyond Lucid Technologies, the Walnut Creek-based of a software platform serving the emergency medical, disaster management and first response industries, said it has landed a new investment from Carnegie Mellon University. Financial terms were not disclosed. The investment came from the Mellon's Open Field Entrepreneurs Fund, a venture fund endowed by Jonathan Kaplan, the former CEO of Pure Digital, maker of the Flip video camera. Jonathon Feit, the CEO of Beyond Lucid, met fellow co-founder Christian Witt at Mellon's Tepper School of Business. Beyond Lucid's Mediview platform is designed to make first response safer, more efficient and cost-effective for medics, hospitals, payers and patients.