SANTA MONICA, Calif., Dec. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Journal of Radiology Inc. (OTCBB: JRRD) has upgraded their software to now support the Stage Equipment and Lighting industry. With many show choreographers adding digital elements to their productions, having interactive experience controllers such as ours meets their need. The added functionality of our product is first of its kind for this market and it is seen as a clear competitive advantage.
Aaron Shrira, President of Journal of Radiology, said "Stage lighting is a natural fit for our existing technologies. Choreographers can now easily add digital elements that react in real time to actors and/or presenters on stage without manual intervention. The experience for the actors and audience is much more natural and integrated than pre-recorded video." Aaron continued, "The initial tests performed in Texas is showing great promise. It is one more revenue stream for us."
About Journal of Radiology Inc.
Journal of Radiology Inc., a development stage interactive media display company specializing in touchless, gesture - hand and body motion enabled software solutions that combine body motion with interactive surfaces, including walls, tables, windows and floors.
About Interactive Spaces
Interactive Spaces, licensed to Journal of Radiology, is a company specializing in touchless, gesture recognition - hand and body motion enabled, multi-touch software solutions that provide an innovative new way of interfacing with consumers. This technology is rapidly becoming one of the most effective ways of engaging people in a public space – providing both entertainment and relevant information.
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