Pulse Set to Resurrect Late Icons

This is it. The late legendary iconic entertainers can live on in the hpyer-realistic digital human form. The technology of holograms has been advanced so far by Pulse Evolution Corporation (OTC:PLFX) that it is now possible to watch the Late Great Michael Jackson, dance and sing as he did in life. The same is true for The King of Rock ‘N Roll, Elvis Presley. It is no more ‘good bye Norma Jean’ as the iconic and sexiest women that ever lived, Marilyn Monroe, can now be seen in all her ravenous beauty again. Virtual reality is here to stay, as long as the technology is not trumped by another, with augmented real figures of anyone using artificial intelligence, a branding quality of Pulse Evolution’s digital productions. The fiscal reports for 2014 and the SEC filing for the digital human developer have prompted their announced plan to go public with an underwritten offering on the national stock market.

Chief Executive Chairman, John Textor stated in a presser that “We are extremely pleased with the business and technology outcomes of our early development stages. We have quickly established ourselves as the early market leader in the creation of hyber-realistic digital humans” He described the varieties of applications of the holographically rooted digital forms of any humans or other forms of life to be used for entertainment, movies, commercials, billboards in public places and more. He said that Pulse’s work has pioneered the way for similar and emerging industries that utilize artificial intelligence to give digital life to any designed likeness.

The total operating budget for the scope of Pulse’s next push over the first half of 2015 was $3,452,673 and $7,024,761. There was a net loss in early 2014 due to share holders as the sell offs lowered the stock price. The sale of common stock lead to $2,096,588 and $4,253,309 in that period, which included fees. After sale of preferred stock the net proceeds came to $5,020,000.

LinkedIn shows that the lion’s share of operating budget was spent on developing the digital forms of Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe, which also involved revenue sharing with the Estates of these late, iconic personalities. John Textor and fiscal management have great faith in moving to the pubic stock exchange as he expressed, “Our company was initially listed on OTC Markets to provide a linked security for our European Depository Receipts.” He went on to explain that being on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange helped raised more the $15 million. However, now Pulse was more than ready for the national stock exchange at this stage.

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