SOURCE: Paul Dymon films, inc

October 09, 2008 07:15 ET

Home Entertaining Naturally

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - October 9, 2008) - Entertaining at home will become trendy in today's economy, and nothing brings people closer together than dinner. Always a good reason for guests, but what to put on that giant video screen of yours? NASCAR, rodeo, rock concert, football? That'll drive a wedge through your guest list. Instead try a subtle, soothing ambiance from HD2O™.

Announcing the release of "HD2O - The Keys," totally underwater content for entertaining guests at home. The DVD is a 67-minute underwater journey to the coral reefs of the Florida Keys. And it loops! HD2O™ is a GREEN brand shooting HD1080p without tape or any moving parts.

"HD2O - The Keys" provides a surge of Ocean ambience to complement any décor. It's as natural in the penthouse or beach home as the animals, shapes, colors and textures found only in an ocean ecosystem. The original soundtrack is inspired by the characteristics of each reef. Bonus footage includes a visit to Island Dolphin Care, featuring their remarkable therapy dolphins as they have never been seen; from below the surface of course.

HD2O™ commercially licensed video content for hotel in-room channel, public areas, spas, restaurants and clubs. Add graphics and voice-over to create a totally "non-in-your-face" approach to embrace customers with your message.

Philosophy: Do No Harm. "Underwater we are the aliens, trespassers, totally foreign and awkward," Dymon explains in the floating log or flog and "Today, protecting and preserving delicate coral reef environments must become a higher priority for nations, explorers, adventurers and casual visitors."

About Paul Dymon films, inc: A Las Vegas High Definition production company where all technology elements have come together at the right time. Executive Producer Paul Dymon focused on postproduction's "visual appeal" during the decade-long maturation of High Definition, producing for brands like The Venetian and Mirage Resorts. Living in the desert has kept Dymon's oceanic point of view fresh. Now this former US Coast Guard rescue swimmer returns to his very first dive location to capture in HD what impressed him thirty years ago.

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