SOURCE: ReelTime Rentals, Inc.

ReelTime Rentals, Inc.

April 19, 2016 06:30 ET

ReelTime VR to Participate in Virtual Reality Summit in Las Vegas During NAB

SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwired - Apr 19, 2016) - ReelTime Rentals, Inc. (OTC PINK: RLTR) announced that it will be participating in the Virtual Reality Summit held this week during "NAB" convention in Las Vegas. NAB is an annual trade show produced by the National Association of Broadcasters. It takes place in April at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The show's tagline is "Where Content Comes to Life." During the Summit ReelTime VR will be discussing Virtual Reality with other industry leaders and what new developments are shaping its future. Subjects being discussed are The Current state of Virtual Reality, the business of Virtual Reality, Live Streaming Virtual Reality, and Virtual Reality audio. New and existing products will also be showcased and demonstrated in the Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Pavilion.

Virtual Reality promises to shift entertainment Health Care, and education in ways unparalleled in the past.

ReelTime will be joining other top companies in the discussions including Google, Oculas Rift, Facebook, Disney, Go Pro, Jaunt, Kodak, Fox Network, CNN and many others. Attendees representing every sector of the industry including Broadcast, Digital Media, Film, Entertainment, Telecom, Post-Production, Academia, Houses of Worship, Advertising, Military, Government, Retail, Security, Sports, Live Events, Online Video, IT, Virtual and Augmented Reality and more converge in Las Vegas for six days to embrace the immersive experiences reshaping the new reality of media.

Virtual Reality is currently climbing the hype cycle. There are daily stories about the funding and star-power behind a new VR experience; or the VR content development plans of an internet company, VR equipment start-up, gaming house or production studio.

The ReelTime VR production of Megs' "Virtually Me" featuring breakout artist Megs McLean remains among the most sophisticated and enduring virtual reality content to date. Unlike lesser quality productions that utilize consumer Go Pro cameras providing lower picture quality and awkward movement, "Virtually Me" was produced with a proprietary system and shot with 361VR using Red Dragon Cameras. Compared to other applications such as the Samsung Gear VR, which can only be used in conjunction with a Samsung Galaxy Note 4, ReelTime VR is available to most smartphones worldwide and can be used with any phone based VR headset. The ReelTime VR platform also outperforms Oculus Rift in every aspect including quality, price, and entertainment. "Virtually Me" is the first piece of content released to the public utilizing ReelTime VR and was produced by multi Emmy winning producers Jackson Nguyen and Todd Crites of TurnLeft/ReelTime Partners and Luis Flores of 361VR. The ReelTime VR app was developed by ReelTime CTO Barry Henthorn, who has a long history of developing revolutionary and disruptive technologies. ReelTime will continue development of the ReelTime VR app as well as production of groundbreaking content that provides users the best of virtual reality and an end-to-end platform solution to third parties.

The free app can be downloaded on any Android or iPhone and can be viewed with or without virtual reality goggles.

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