TORONTO, CANADA – July 19, 2018 – ARHT Media Inc. (“ARHT” or the “Company”) (TSXV:ART), a global leader in the development, production and distribution of high quality hologram content through its patented Augmented Reality Holographic Telepresence technology announced today that they were awarded Best Design Booth Award at the Office Expo Asia conference in Singapore, a trade show who’s slogan is “Better. Smarter. Workspaces.” with a focus on the future workspace for a new generation.
“This is the second major trade show where we have demonstrated the highest quality live holographic telepresence,” added ARHT CEO Larry O’Reilly. “And the leads coming in thus far will certainly help launch our business in South East Asia. The people of Singapore love our technology, as witnessed earlier this year at an investment banking event with a major international investment firm.”
“It was incredible that we have been streaming live two-way full body holographic telepresence for the past two days over the internet using a 4G SIM card,” shared ARHT Asia VP and GM Lincoln Cheung. “The conference organizers and delegates loved seeing this new technology and partnerships are already in discussion.”
About ARHT Media
ARHT’s patented Augmented Reality Holographic Telepresence technology is the world’s first complete end-to-end solution for the creation, transmission, and delivery of lifelike digital holograms. The company’s technology is protected by U.S. Patent No. 9,581,962.
ARHT Media trades under the symbol “ART” on the Toronto Venture Stock Exchange.
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