SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Journal of Radiology Inc. (OTC: JRRD) announced today that Interactive Spaces' established global reach for digital network tools now includes Mexico. The continued growth as a global provider for interactive digital network tools just added Mexico to its long list of countries served. Australia, Brazil, Guatemala, Chile, USA, Spain, Greece, Turkey, Russia, Austria, and more with new clients being added regularly!
Journal of Radiology/Interactive Spaces will continue extending services, reach and access into other locations around the globe in 2013. Mexico is just one more location in the quest for worldwide business being offered.
Aaron Shrira, President of Journal of Radiology, commented, "Tourism was the initial draw for Mexico, but every business from shopping malls, restaurants and nightclubs to exhibitions and retail can utilize our new deal." Aaron continued, "Overseas, close to home, and now in Mexico, our quality of service, pricing and innovation is filling the need our clients have!"
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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