NanoTech Entertainment, a pioneer in bringing the 4K Ultra HD experience to consumers and businesses, has announced a worldwide distribution agreement with Epic Eye, the parent company of Moving Murals, a dynamic art solution. Under the agreement, UltraFlix, NanoTech’s streaming 4K Ultra HD service, has been granted 4K rights to distribute Moving Murals’ current gallery of 500 murals captured at 4K resolution along with future releases from Moving Murals.
Offering imagery ranging from landscapes, cascading waterfalls and a starry night sky to urban scenes and abstract textures, Moving Murals brings the equivalent of an immersive, IMAX-like experience to homes, resorts, hotels, health/wellness facilities and businesses. To create imagery that is constantly changing, Moving Murals uses time-lapse photography. Each mural is comprised of 6,000 or more photographs images captured at digital cinema 4K resolution which are “stitched” together and looped indefinitely.
UltraFlix will deliver its pristine 4K Ultra HD content on a variety of devices including NanoTech’s Nuvola NP-1 and NP-C consumer and commercial 4K streaming media players, which come with UltraFlix pre-installed. Powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 4 for incredible graphics processing power, the Nuvola players stream the Moving Murals so users don’t have to wait for downloads or use up their capacity storing large files.
“The power of UltraFlix and the Nuvola players to stream our murals in 4K without loss of quality is essential for delivering the rich imagery of our murals,” said Epic Eye President, Susan Rees. “We’re very pleased to partner with the company that is setting the industry standard for 4K delivery.”
“Moving Murals are the ‘Canvas of the Future’ and NanoTech’ UltraFlix and Nuvola products are ‘The Future of Televisionsm”, said Jeff Foley, NanoTech Entertainment CEO. “When you see the murals come alive with waves crashing on ocean rocks, tree branches swaying in the breeze, a herd of cattle wagging their tails while grazing, you’ll understand why our partnership with Moving Murals was a priority.”