ARHT Media and the Ontario Science Centre Sign a Global Marketing Partnership Agreement

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TORONTO, Dec. 03, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ARHT Media Inc. (“ARHT” or “the Company”) (TSXV:ART), a global leader in the development, production and distribution of high quality hologram content through its patented Augmented Reality Holographic Telepresence technology, and the Ontario Science Centre, a global leader in informal learning and a hub for science, technology and innovation, is pleased to announce a partnership to market and promote ARHT’s holographic telepresence technology to museums and science centers globally.

“Ontario Science Centre’s mission to inspire passion for the human adventure of discovery is a natural fit with ARHT Media’s mission to “bring the best in the world to the rest of the world,” commented ARHT CEO Larry O’Reilly. “The Science Centre produces some of the most compelling and popular travelling exhibits in the world and are world leaders in the science center community. We are thrilled to be working with such a prestigious institution.”

“ARHT Media has provided holographic telepresence for some of the greatest minds and educators, in the world” said Catherine Paisley, Ontario Science Centre Vice-President, Science Education and Science Experience. “We were excited to showcase this technology on stage at our 2018 RBC Innovators’ Ball and are looking forward to the opportunities it presents for future exhibit design plans to deepen and enhance the Science Centre experience for visitors of all ages.”

The Ontario Science Centre recently featured ARHT’s technology to promote an upcoming travelling exhibition on the Human Mind at this year’s Association of Science and Technology Annual Conference in Hartford Connecticut. 

“Executives from the science centre community and conference attendees reacted very enthusiastically to the ARHT Media technology — lining up at our trade show booth to see one of our scientists speak about the upcoming exhibition via a hologram,” said Ontario Science Centre Director, International Sales, Heather Farnworth.

About ARHT Media

ARHT’s patented Augmented Reality Holographic Telepresence technology is the world’s first complete end-to-end solution for the creation, transmission, and delivery of lifelike digital human holograms, known as HumaGrams™. The Company’s technology is protected by U.S. Patent No. 9,581,962.

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About Ontario Science Centre
Guided by a mission to inspire passion for the human adventure of discovery, the Ontario Science Centre strives to be a global leader in lifelong learning; a vital link in Ontario’s education and innovation ecosystems; and a convener of public dialogue about technology, science and society. The Centre has welcomed more than 52 million visitors since opening as a centennial project in 1969, pioneering an interactive approach now adopted by science centres around the world. An agency of the Government of Ontario, the Centre relies on funding from the province, as well as donations from generous individuals, corporations and foundations who share the Centre’s vision to contribute to a more curious, creative and resilient world. Learn more at

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Anna Relyea
Director, Strategic Communications
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