Pulse Evolution Corporation For National Stock Exchange, Chairman John Textor Commentary Reveals Future Plans
A recent press release has shared some fascinatingly groundbreaking news about Pulse Evolution Corporation. The commentary included Pulse’s financial performance standings, and its future plans to join the NSE (National Stock Exchange) listings. Pulse which specializes in the development of hyper-realistic computer-generated humans, artificial intelligence and virtual entertainment wants to become the future face of the industry. It’s already made award-winning discoveries and advanced digital human technology in unimaginable ways.
With Pulse developing and launching sophisticated hyper-realistic computer-generated human technology that transcends today’s origins; it’s creating killer waves against the competition. It’s made a revolutionary breakthrough in artificial intelligence and virtual reality. Pulse share in the estate royalties of renowned entertainment icons Marilyn Monroe, Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley. The company’s heads support this move from its current OTC (over-the-counter) Market practice to NSE trading. With digital humans become widely accepted in the entertainment industry, cultural refinements and society as a whole, Pulse sees an opportunity to emerge as the top pioneer.
There’s already a place for digital humans in film and live performances. Pulse heads and chairman John Textor are clearly optimistic about introducing digital avatars to a wider audience. With this idea, they’re creating interactive digital versions with human social skills. The company’s most popular output includes a phenomenal digital human of pop icon Michael Jackson at the BMA (Billboard Music Awards) back in May 2014. Over 11 million viewers tuned in to watch the live performance which aired on television. In addition, it grossed an amazing 98 billion impressions online and featured in over 2,400 viral news feeds. The founders of Pulse are the masterminds behind the creation of Tupac and the award-winning Benjamin Button in the form of photorealistic digital projections. Today, Pulse’s vision of a future in virtual reality, artificial intelligence and digital human projections is to create awesome technologies that’ll entertain an audience like no other. With multi-year revenue agreements for Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson’s estate, Pulse intends to take their designs to the next level.
John Textor, Pulse’s CEO has managed and directed the production of films like the Transformers, Ender’s Game, Real Steel and more. His appointment at Pulse is no surprise since he’s an industry leader. There he undertakes responsibilities ranging from venue partnerships, special projects, rights acquisition, strategic partnerships and more. His speciality includes digital humans, photo-realistic projections and more. He also produces epic art stories, his latest being a collaboration with Aaron Blaise, a celebrated Disney film producer.