- ARHT Media (ART) has appointed Richard Carl to its Board of Directors
- The company’s patented holographic technology aims to create a real-life presence for audiences
- Mr. Carl has held a number of executive and board positions with a variety of private and public companies
- ARHT Media shares are currently down 9.52 per cent to 9.5 cents, with a market cap of C$7.12 million
ARHT Media (ART), a developer of hologram technology, has announced the appointment of Richard Carl to its Board of Directors.
Mr. Carl has held a range of executive roles within both private and public companies, and has extensive experience in various board positions.
Currently, Mr. Carl sits on the board of Clearview Resources, InvestPlus REIT, Dealnet Capital and New Wave Esports.
He has also held previous positions as Executive Chair at Canada Fluorspar and Director of Highpine Oil & Gas.
“I’m thrilled to formalize the generous counsel I have received from Richard this past year,” said Larry O’Reilly, CEO of ARHT Media.
“Richard’s experience in rapidly evolving and growing small cap companies, along with his deep knowledge of the risk and capital markets, makes him a valuable addition to our Board of Directors.”
ARHT Media’s patented Holographic Presence technology is an end-to-end solution that aims to create a real-life presence for audiences.
With the ability to play back pre-recorded content and 3D animations, the technology also makes live two-way communication possible from anywhere in the world.
“ARHT Media is an exciting opportunity, rapidly gaining traction in the holographic telepresence space and I look forward to working with the management team, and adding my experience in early stage and small capitalization companies to help bring ARHT’s strategies to fruition,” said Mr. Carl.
ARHT Media’s holographic technology has already been used at a number of occasions, including WestJet’s Christmas Miracle event, the 2019 World Government Summit in Dubai and the 2018 Deep Tech Summit in Singapore.
Shares in the company are currently down 9.52 per cent to 9.5 cents, with a market cap of C$7.12 million.