TORONTO, Oct. 09, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ARHT Media Inc. (“ARHT” or the “Company”) (TSXV:ART), the global leader in the development, production and distribution of high-quality hologram content through its patented Holographic Telepresence technology, adds another major financial sector client,  most recently deploying its hologram technology at the annual Societe Generale and RISK, Derivatives Conference in London.

Working on behalf of French international bank, Societe Generale, on Oct 4, 2019, ARHT beamed a live hologram of finance guru, speaker, and author Peter Tasker from Hong Kong to London where the conference took place.  As part of the event, Mr. Tasker was invited to share his extensive experience and offer a unique understanding of Asia, especially Japan, where he has spent a large part of his career.  He spoke on the topic of the Japanification of Europe - Enhancing returns in a low yield environment.

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WATCH a video of Peter Tasker speaking about his experience being turned into a hologram:

"Traveling all the way from Hong Kong to London to participate in a single, yet important, panel may not be the most efficient use of time,” stated ARHT CEO Larry O’Reilly, “our technology allows global experts, like Mr. Tasker, to bring his expertise where required often when they would not be available otherwise.”

While appearing as a hologram, Mr. Tasker was able to see and interact with the audience just as if he was in the room with them.  Participating in the panel and offering a much more engaging experience with a sense of presence, even while he was so far away.

Societe Generale is a French multinational investment bank and financial services company headquartered in Paris.  RISK is the world’s leading source of in-depth news and analysis on risk management, derivatives, and regulation.  Their half-day annual Derivatives Conference brings together senior investors and leaders from leading multi-asset institutions, and provides key economic and political insights as well as investment strategies that cover a range of topics related to risk management and derivatives. Including 18 deep-dive derivative solution workshops.

About ARHT Media

ARHT Media’s patented holographic telepresence technology is a complete end-to-end solution that creates a sense of presence for audiences – as though the holographic presenter was actually live in the room. With no noticeable latency, ARHT Media makes two-way live communication with a 3D holographic presenter anywhere in the world possible.  We can also playback pre-recorded content and 3D animations on our displays to deliver rich holographic experiences.

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ARHT Media trades under the symbol “ART” on the Toronto Venture Stock Exchange.

ARHT Media Press Contact
Salman Amin

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