TORONTO, CANADA – April 25, 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, is pleased to announce that on April 21, 2018, Mr. Ray Kurzweil, Head of Engineering at Google LLC, was successfully holoported from Boston, MA to the HIGH-TECH NATION forum in Minsk, Belarus.
Mr. Kurzweil, a keynote speaker at the forum, was holoported from Boston, USA to Minsk, Belarus using ARHT’s Holographic Telepresence technology for a 90 minute session to present in front of more than 3,000 attendees in real-time during an interactive session with the audience, including a Q&A session.
“We are extremely excited to have had the opportunity to work with Ray and showcase the power of our technology which enabled him to present at a venue which he couldn’t physically attend,” commented ARHT CEO, Larry O’Reilly. “Not only did we enable him to keep his commitment as keynote speaker, we also provided the audience the opportunity to enjoy a live Q&A session with Ray as if he was physically present.”
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 human holograms, known as HumaGrams™. The Company’s technology is protected by U.S. Patent No. 9,581,962.
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