IT World Names PORTL Telecom Startup of the Year
The IT World Awrds gave the Gold Medal to PORTL Inc as Telecommunications Startup of the Year when it announced its 2021 winners today, citing PORTL's ability to bring people together for meaningful interaction when the time, expense or pandemic concerns restrict physical travel. PORTL also took home the "Bronze Medal for Best Technology To Combat and Reduce the Impact of COVID-19."
New York Times: PORTL is a Way to Be There in Spirit, If Not in Body
Victoria Gomelsky of the New York Times visited PORTL's Los Angeles studio to speak to CEO David Nussbaum and learn about Holoportation. Christoph Grainger, the CEO of IWC Watches talked about beaming from Switzerland to multiple cities in China for live interactive meetings. "It's the future of retail, travel and communications," said Nussbaum. "If you can't Be there, Beam there."
Forbes' Metaverse Report praises Migos' PORTL beams
Virtual world expert and advocate Cathy Hackl include PORTL in her weekly report on the Metaverse--putting PORTL at the heart of the most talked about tech development of the year, and praising hiphop's Migos for its embrace of the new technology.
NBC Atlanta Took Viewers to See Hometown Heroes Migos Beam as Holograms via PORTL
NBC affiliate Atlanta 11 Alive News went to shoot Migos beaming in via PORTL to tell hometown fans about their new album Culture III. Local comedians and TikTok stars also got to try their hand at becoming holograms. The hologram activation to promote an album drop in 4 cities simultaneously was the first of its kind
Respect Magazine on Migos use of PORTL to Beam to the Streets
Hip Hop's Respect wrote about Migos' new album Culture III and their use of PORTL to beam in to L.A., Las Vegas, Atlanta and Miami to interact directly with fans, answer questions about the album, and turn it over to some major TikTok stars to dance to the new tracks.
Migos debuts new album via PORTL in 4 cities at once
TMZ broke the news that Migos used PORTL to bring their new album Culture III straight to the streets of Las Vegas, Atlanta, Miami and L.A. and interact with fans. At the TCL Mann's Chinese Theater in Hollywood crowds gathered on the plaza to see the rappers talk about the new album and TikTok stars dance to the new single.
Wall Street Journal singles out PORTL as a Future of Work Solution
Ann-Marie Alcantara wrote about how the pandemic changed the way we work, and made remote work possible for more people, and showed corporations there were new solutions to expensive and risky business travel. PORTL is singled out as a solution. “I really do believe this is a communication and broadcast tool and that these will be used in conference rooms all over the world,” said David Nussbaum, chief executive of Portl.
The top Cryptocurrency news site wrote about NBA player Danny Green's PORTL NFT
The NBA's Danny Green spoke to Coindesk Spotlight about creating a rotating NFT of his Laker's 2020 championship ring and agreed to include a PORTL Epic unit to display it as a hologram in for the buyer. It's the first sports memorabilia NFT created for the PORTL.
IWC Boss Beams into Watches & Wonders Shanghai Show as 4K Hologram
Watches and Wonders saw a glimpse of the future when IWC CEO Christoph Grainger-Herr and the brand’s legendary watchmaker Kurt Klaus beamed into the Shanghai event from Switzerland as 4K holograms.
First ever PORTL NFT created by Warren Buffett's Grandaughter to save Dolphins
As part of #AIhollywood Nicole Buffett created an NFT to raise money for a no-take dolphin zone off the coast of Costa Rica. The NFT, which rotates in the PORTL space as a hologram, is the very first created specifically for the device.
IWC Beams CEO and Watches from Schaffhausen to Shangai
Michael Clerizo, the Wall Street Journal's globally respected watch authority, called IWC using PORTL to beam its CEO live from Switzerland to the Watches & Wonders fair in China, one of the highlights of the week and a game changing moment for luxury retail. "If you can't come to the boutique, we'll beam the boutique to you!" says PORTL CEO David Nussbaum.
Diddy’s Twins Jessie & D’Lila, 14, Are Nearly as Tall as Dad In Video For Brother Christian’s Birthday
Hollywood Life's Cassandra Gill wrote about P. Diddy's twin daughters Jessie and D'Lila beamed in to their brother's part in L.A. from Miami via PORTL, alongside their dad. "If Diddy had been there, he would have been able to party with the likes of Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, Swae Lee, Yung Thug and more of Christian’s celeb pals," Gill wrote
Diddy não consegue chegar ao aniversário do filho e manda holograma em seu lugar
The Brazilian site Rap Mais wrote about Diddy using PORTL to "beam" himself into his son's birthday party---from Miami all the way to Los Angeles in interactive 4K. Partygoers said it was like he was really there, and his daughter's were caught on video--saying from Miami, "We can see you and and we can hear you!"
Diddy sends hologram in his place to son’s 23rd birthday party
The Grio's Ashley Terrell wrote about P. Diddy using PORTL to get from Miami to Los Angeles so he could toast his son Chirstian for his 23rd birthday. Diddy was able to appear in life-size 4k and interact just as if he was there--his daughters joined him too.
The Shade Room's IG Post on Diddy's PORTL Surprise Reaches 2.5 Million People
The Shade Room posted a shot of P. Diddy appearing in the PORTL Epic at his son's birthday party in L.A.-- beamed from Miami and the post topped 2.5 million views within 24 hours. “When you’re in Miami on business but need to make an appearance at an event [in] Malibu for a minute, you call PORTL to beam you there as a real-time interactive hi-def hologram. When you can’t BE there, BEAM there! Thanks @diddy and @KingCombs,” The Shade Room quoted PORTL CEO David Nussbaum.
Diddy Beams Into Son's 23rd Birthday Party Via Hologram: See Video
Billboard's Heran Mamo wrote about P. Diddy's surprise visit to his son Christian's birthday party in L.A., by beaming himself via PORTL from Miami. Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, Snoop Dogg's son Cordell Broadus, Swae Lee, Winnie Harlow and Young Thug were reportedly among the in-person attendees. Billboard compared it to PORTL's beaming of Kane Brown from Nashville to L.A. for the iHeartRadio Music Festival.
Diddy Attends King Combs’ Birthday Party as a Hologram
Vibe's Christine Imarenezor wrote about P. Diddy "beaming" himself form Starr Island in Miami to his son's birthday party in L.A. via PORTL. "If there’s one thing Sean “Diddy” Combs knows how to do, it’s add something a little extra to a party especially when it’s for family," she wrote.
Diddy Holograms into Son's L.A. B'day Bash...Sings, Toasts, from MIA!!!
TMZ broke the news that P. Diddy PORTL'd from Miami to Los Angeles to attend his son Christian's 23rd birthday party. He sang "Happy Birthday," toasted him with his own brand of tequila, and gave a heartfelt speach. He was able to interact with the partygoers the same as if he were really in L.A.
Holoportation can virtually beam you anywhere in the world
Hector Mejia of Good Day Las Vegas on CBS 8 visited PORTL's new showroom and studio in Las Vegas to talk to ineventor/CEO David Nussbaum and experience the first PORTL unit in town -- he was even beamed into the PORTL to become a hologram on camera for the first time.
The world's first 4K hologram machine is here in Las Vegas
ABC's Action News 13 in Las Vegas says "The future is here now!" and interviews PORTL CEO talking about how PORTL will work in Vegas casinos, attractions and trade shows. "A person can even beam themselves into as many PORTL as they want, simultaneously," says Nussbaum.
New hologram tech in the works in Las Vegas
Anchor John Huck of Fox's Las Vegas station interviews PORTL inventor and CEO David Nussbaum about the devices' power to bring people together and the coming Mini. "You'll be able to stand in front of your Mini PORTL, says Nussbaum. "And appear as a hologram in someone else's Mini."
Beam me up, Scotty! ‘Holoportation’ arrives in Vegas
Jason Bracelin of the Las Vegas Review Journal was the first reporter to visit PORTL's Las Vegas showroom with partners Illusion Entertainment and Dreamland XR at Fresh Wata Studios. There he got to try out the PORTL Epic and interview PORTL founder David Nussbaum remotely from L.A. “You shouldn’t have to be a millionaire to be a hologram,” Nussbaum told him. “So, I started PORTL.”
Beaming Your Favorite Artists into Your Home
As part of its Cheddar Reveals series on science and technology, Brad Smith spoke with David Nussbam about how PORTL units can be used to beam artists and musicians into venues and even the home. “It’s an interactive experience, it’s an emotional experience, and artists can control their legacy for long after their touring days are over,” said Nussbaum.
The future of live music post COVID: Are holograms going to be the norm?
Film Daily's Brookyln Ripema looks at the state of hologram performances in music and points out that PORTL's live holoportation is a viable solution.
Công nghệ giúp con người vượt qua năm 2020 ra sao?
Vietnamese newspaper Thanh Nien featured PORTL in a roundup of technology that stood out in 2020 and helped people get through the pandemic."What if when we communicate with loved ones we can make real eye contact?" asks PORTL founder/CEO David Nussbaum.
Is PORTL the Future of Live Music?
“With PORTL, an artist can beam from wherever they are to wherever they need to be in real time,” David Nussbaum told The New York Post’s Ben Cost, about the album length hologram performance he created with guitarist Billy Morrison. “So one person, one artist, any rock star can perform in their home studio and beam that performance live into hundreds of locations at the exact same time with the ability to hear, see and interact with their global audience.”.
Top 5 Tech Stories of 2020
Forbe’s Gene Marks says of PORTL: "It’s kind of like the next best thing to actual teleportation. You’re there, in amazing clarity and color, but you’re not really there. As costs come down and the technology improves then say goodbye to your conference room’s video calling system. Now you’ll have your remote people’s real-life holograms joining you, just as if they’re there."
Tech Register: The Top Tech Business Stories of the Week
The UK tech news site pointed out how important PORTL's invention will be for business, quoting Gene Marks of Forbes.
Cuando te Habla un Fantasma
"It’s no longer science fiction," the esteemed Cuban magazine says in an extensive feature on PORTL and its ability to preserve memories of people who have passed on (Hence the headline "When You Talk to A Ghost") and also link the living together via "holographic" calls.
Inside Hook: PORTL offers Hologram Communication
The luxury men's recommendation site explains how PORTL will enable life-size, fully immersive communication. It also previews the upcoming release of the PORTL Mini, the tabletop version for home use, comparing some of its subscription features to what Peleton and Mirror offer.
Hungarian tech "revolution" site Raketa wrote that "technology has emerged on the horizon that could – perhaps sooner than we think – replace video calls with a much stranger, futuristic device: real-time, full-length holograms." The story goes on to explain how PORTL works for telepresence, and for prerecorded content such as celebrities leaving behind a legacy performance.
Star Wars-Level Hologram Tech Is Here, and It's Bound to Revolutionize Your Next Video Call
Esquire's Paul John Caña wrote about PORTL for its Philippines edition, introducing the region to the concept of holoportation, breaking the news about PORTL’s major funding announcement and previewing the Mini device coming in 2021.
Korea's AI Net: PORTL is Important for Business and Educatoin
Korea's leading authority on tech and artificial inteligence wrote about PORTL's use in business and education and the ways people can “beam” in for meetings or lectures from across the globe.
Görüntülü konuşmada yeni boyut: Epic HoloPortl kutuları
Turkish tech magazine Webrazzi writes about how the pandemic has accelerated the need for PORTL and how "this is likely to fundamentally change the way you work and play."
Epic HoloPortl kan fixa hologram till ditt vardagsrum
Swedish tech, science and culture magazine Feber wrote about PORTL. saying it sounded like it’s worth it if you have half-a-million Krona to spend (their currency conversion makes it sound like alot!).
PORTL's Funding Made the Hong Kong Tech Site's News of the Week
StartUp Beat the Chinese-language tech site from Hong Kong, included PORTL's funding round led by VC Tim Draper as one of its top news items of the week.
Massive Japanese tech site Karapaia wrote about how PORTL is an improvement on Star Wars' R2D2 and how hologram calls are here now. It also previewed the upcoming Mini device.
Now You Can Beam Yourself Anywhere, No R2D2 Required
“When Star Wars came out in 1977, Princess Leia could have never imagined there would eventually be something that was a level up from R2-D2,” SyFy’s Elizabeth Rayne wrote. “Plug it in and you can tell Obi-Wan he’s your only hope in minutes. It is much more user-friendly than R2, who had to endure a few glitches and repairs before he was beep-booping again.” PORTL’s David Nussbaum told her, “We’re developing some hardware, software, and production techniques that make The Jetsons look like a documentary,”
Una nueva tecnología masificará las videollamadas holográficas
Catalonia’s mighty El Periódico wrote, "PORTL has made the days of vido callling numbered." The story was published in dozens of local newspapers across Spain.
This ‘Portal’ Beams Your Hologram For ‘In-Person’ Meetings Around The World
Thanussha Priyah of Singapore-based Design Taxi introduces PORTL and its ability to beam people anywhere for interactive experiences.
Technologia z filmów s-f działa. Rozmowy z hologramem 3D
Poland's Rzeczpospolita writes about PORTL's funding news and quotes CEO David Nussbaum saying, “The hologram is another revolution in communication, the next step after smartphones.”
Un dispositivo para tener un holograma enorme en nuestra casa
Spain's tech authority WWWhat's New writes about PORTL advancements in telecommunications and the Tim Draper-led funding round of $3million.
Създават машина за холограми за дома
The Bulgarian tech site 19 Minutes introudces PORTL and its plans to put hologram machines in every home
Science Fiction Made Real: PORTL Brings Holograms Home
Mysterious Universe took a moment out from delivering news on ancient aliens and flat earth updates to talk about a futuristic item that is really real.
How PORTL Can Help Candidates Campaign in the Metaverse
The tech futurist Cathy Hacki wrote in Forbes about how tech advancements have always changed politics, ever since FDR’s fireside chats hit the radio. Now candidates from Joe Biden to A.O.C. are experimenting with the most futuristic technology. After talking about the Andrew Yang hologram that PORTL’s David Nussbaum worked on before he founded his company, she talks about the effectiveness of PORTL’s EPIC, “It could project a crystal clear, 4K life-like Trump from the Oval Office on to the debate stage in what Nussbaum calls single passenger holoportation.”
Hologram Company PORTL Gets $3 Million
The Los Angeles Business Journal's Elijah Chiland interviews CEO David Nussbaum about PORTL's funding round led by Tim Draper and why L.A. was the perfect place for PORTL to be born.
Novo doba komunikacije: Hologrami u video pozivima
Milan Živanović of Serbian tech news site PC Press introduces the PORTL Epic and looks forward to the smaller Mini version coming in 2021.
PORTL Hologram, il teletrasporto olografico da fermi
Gianluza Riccio of the Italian tech sit FuturoProssimo talks about PORTL as "the next smartphone and the next Netflix," and writes, "The very meaning of "presence" will be different, more multifaceted."
Get Ready to Beam Yourself into a Friend's Home!
Dan Robitzski wrote in Futurism’s The_Byte section, "Using the doorway-like device is sort of like creating a portal into the other room."
TechCrunch: VC Tim Draper led a $3m round to put a PORTL in every home
Jonathan Shieber broke the exclusive news that VC Tim Draper (Tesla, SpaceX, Skype, Twitch) led a $3m round to fund PORTL Inc. Former Electronic Arts executive Doug Barry was also named as COO. The story describes PORTL's interactive capabilities and the plans to introduce the tabletop Mini version and streaming content in 2021. “It’s a vision that Nussbaum admits is far more expansive than his original intention — and the person he has to thank for the more ambitious vision of the business is none other than Draper,” Shieber writes.
Making the Emmys Red Carpet Pandemic Proof
In order to create an elegant, but COVID-safe, experience, KTLA unveiled the world’s first use of PORTL on the Red Carpet. The anchors, correspondents and were able to appear virtually, but in all the splendor that would show off their gowns and the excitement about their wins. “It’s literally the only machine like it in the world,” said the station’s host Dana Devins. “It’s 3D. You see my whole big booty! It’s unbelievable.”
Good Day D.C.: Holograms in the Home
With the Washington Monument in the background, Fox 5 D.C.'s hosts introduce viewers to PORTL and the ways its devices let people communicate via hologram.
Debate Proposal: Beam Biden and Trump to the Stage
“Inventor David Nussbaum has developed a revolutionary hologram projection machine that would be the perfect solution to save the next presidential debate,” the Daily Mail wrote. “Amid concerns about outbursts, and Trump’s positive test for Coronavirus, the event moderated by C-SPAN’s Steve Scully is in jeopardy. “Nussbaum says that a virtual event using platforms like Zoom just won’t have the emotional connection his PORTL machines offer. ‘What a tremendous opportunity to have the debates safely and pandemic proof.’
Kane Brown Beams From Nashville to L.A.via PORTL
After becoming the first ever major artist to appear via PORTL on national television at the iHeartMusic Festival, country star Kane Brown told Access Hollywood, “It was wild, I could see the fans digitally, it was amazing.” Brown beamed from Nashville to L.A. to perform his hit “Be Like That” with Swae Lee and Khalid.
Can't Miss Moments from the iHeartMusic Festival
Billboard Hip Hop editor Carl Lemarre called PORTL’s beaming of Kane Brown from Nashville to L.A. one of the can’t miss moments of the iHeartMusic Festival. The country star was able to appear side by side with Swae Lee and Khalid to perform his hit “Be Like That.” The telecast nation-wide on The CW Network and was the first use of the PORTL Epic by a major artist. “A device that is the very first of its kind,” Lemarre wrote.
Beam Me Up, Scotty: Holopresence and Holoportation
Rebekah Carter of the UK based business communications authority writes about the communication landscape and meeting space, "There’s a new solution emerging in the virtual reality landscape, and it may be the most science fiction inspired product that we’ve seen so far: holograms"
Holograms Are Real & They're Incoming, Sooner Than You Think
Daniel Golighly of Android Headlines writes about PORTL being ahead of Samsung, Microsoft and others in the race to produce a hologra-like experience.
Stryker & Klein Mornings Talk Holograms with PORTL Founder, David Nussbaum
L.A.'s biggest drive time morning show talks with David about PORTL and his past experience with celebrity hologram resurrrections.
A hologram making machine lets you video chat with human-sized images in real time
The Hindu's tech reporter Abhishek Chatterjee writes about PORTL and holoportation, as well as the new AI features.
Видеозвонки уступят место трансляциям полноростовых 3D-голограмм людей
Russia's Planet Today covered PORTL's Epic hologram machine and the upcoming tabletop version, The Mini.
Выпущено серийное устройство для «голопортации» — трансляции полноразмерного 3D-изображения человека в реальном времени
The Russian 3D and VR authority 3D News wrote about PORTL and its ability to "beam" people anywhere in interactive 4k.
Видеозвонки заменят голограммами человека в полный рост
Ferra in Russia reported on the ability of PORTL to beam people thousands of miles for life like interactive experiences. It also mentioned new AI features and the plans to release a tabletop version in 2021.
Устали от звонков в Zoom? Компания предлагает домашние голографические устройства
Russia's Wek wrote about PORTL's products that let people appear as interactive holograms anywhere in the world.
Tired of Zoom calls? This startup wants to put a hologram machine in your home
Japan's biggest english language news source, Japan Today, introduces the PORTL and the idea of holoportation, letting people appear anywhere for interactive experiences.
This machine can produce life-sized holograms for your virtual meetings
Shubham Sharma of India's NewsBytes took an in depth look at the PORTL Epic, focusing on their ability to make remote work meetings more realistic and pleasant.
Ολογράμματα: Σύντομα θα αλλάξουν τον τρόπο ψυχαγωγίας και επιμόρφωσης - Η πανδημία επιτάχυνε την πρόοδο
The Greek financial site praises PORTL for making advancements in business and education possible, saying the rapid progress is partly due to the pandemic.
Move over Zoom calls. This company lets you appear in life-size hologram on video calls
India Today writes about how PORTL can bring people together in much more impactful ways then a video screen can. CEO David Nussbaum also talks about new AI features and the upcoming tabletop Mini version for 2021.
Hologram Machine Will Let Us Visit Friends and Revive the Dead
Nerdist wrote, "PORTL apparently delivers the holographic goods. Nussbaum refers to the overall experience as "holoportation", and while that term is perhaps a bit corny, it seems apt. The machine also has a built-in camera for the holograms’ receivers, which uses AI to help identify faces."
Fox and Friends: Company offers at-home holograms
Kurt Knuttson "The Cyberguy" calls the way PORTL can bring people together "Profound." He also explains that CEO David Nussbaum was key to the creation of the Ronald Reagan hologram at his presidential library.
For those getting fed up with waiting for teleportation there’s an interim step now available – holoportation.
The UK-based bible of the electronics industry wrote about the PORTL Epic, saying "Makes Zoom look a trifle shabby, doesn’t it?"
Este dispositivo te dejará conversar con hologramas de tamaño real desde tu hogar
CNN en Espanol aired a segment about PORTL and its abilty to let people "beam" in for interactive experiences in 4k. CEO David Nussbaum talks about plans for the future.
Des hologrammes pour remplacer vos vidéoconférences ? Cette entreprise y travaille
French tech authority Clubic introudces PORTL and the concept of holoportation. CEO David Nussbaum also talks about the new artificial intelligence features offered with partner StoryFile.
Black Mirror-style holograms lets users connect with colleagues and deceased relatives beamed in life-sized 3D
Black Mirror-style holograms lets users connect with colleagues and deceased relatives beamed in life-sized 3D
실제 사람 크기의 홀로그램과 화상 대화를 한다?
Korean pop culture authority Eyesmag wrote about PORTL and being able to beam yourself as a hologram.
Yankee video technology strikes the crazy!
The major Finnish newspaper Kauppalehti created a video about PORTL and its prospects for making hologram technology available in every home.
Tecnología ofrece cabinas para comunicarse por hologramas
Voice of America's Latin American stations and site reported on PORTL's ability to transcend borders, letting families connect across thousands of miles for interactive, emotional experiences, and exiles “travel” safe from political perseuction.
Epic PORTL muestra un holograma a tamaño real de una persona y permite interactuar en directo con él
Spanish tech authority Xataka's Christian Rus introudced PORTL to the country, where it has an established showroom. Rus takes an extensive look at PORTL noting that it debuted its technology at L.A.'s Comic-Con in 2019 and has been used to beam animated characters to interact at events.
U.S. company is making hologram machines for home and work
The top English-language newspaper in Indonesia, the Jakarata Post, wrote about PORTL, its new AI features in partnership with StoryFile and its use during the pandemic to bring people together despite travel restrictions.
تقنية جديدة تغير شكل المحادثات عن بعد
Iraq's TV News channel wrote about PORTL and how it can beam anyone around the world anywhere. The story also quotes CEO David Nussbaum and promses a new tabletop version, the Mini, for 2021.
Tired of Zoom Calls? U.S. company launches holograms for the home.
India's top gadgets and gear site, Gadgets 360 which is part of NDTV, introduces PORTL for beaming anyone anywhere for interactive experiences. It also looks forward to the Mini version for home, coming soon in 2021 according to CEO David Nussbaum.
This statrup lets you beam anywhere via home hologram machines
The newsite from the Maldives covered PORTL's use to beam people places during the pandemic, and even for performers to appear in multiple locatoins simultaneously and interact with audiences.
PORTL can beam you any where in the world
One of the top newspapers in Pakistan, Ary News, introduced the country to PORTL and the way it can help people meet when they can't travel. It also quotes CEO David Nussbaum about new artificial intelligence features and a Mini version coming in 2021 that will let millions more use the technology.
Perusahaan Amerika Ini Kembangkan Mesin Holoportasi, Komunikasi via Hologram
The Indonesian news site Tempo quotes PORTL CEO David Nussbaum who says, “If you can't Be there, Beam there.” He also explains how PORTL can present precorded content, such as concerts by favorite artists, and how a smaller unit is coming soon in 2021.
Nudí vás tuctové videokonference? Americká společnost přidala hologramy
The Czech financial daily paper covered PORTL and its role during the pandemic of bringing people together for life like interactive experiences. CEO David Nussbaum also talked about the new artificial intelligence features and the coming Mini version for 2021
‘If you can’t be there, you can beam there’ — company offers at-home hologram machines
The 45 year-old news source for the Arab world wrote about PORTL and its ability to bring people together virtually for life-like, interactive conversations and performances. CEO David Nussbaum explained how people can “beam” anywhere on earth and about a new AI partnership with the startup StoryFile.
Holograms are coming to your home
The South African tech authority talks about PORTL its ability to beam anyone anywhere when they can't travel due to circumstances like the COVID-19 pandemic. CEO David Nussbaum also talks about the affordable Mini version, coming in 2021, which will put holograms in the home.
Hologramm für zu Hause Ganz fern und doch ganz da
"Very far away and yet completely there," Germany’s Spiegel calls this TV segment. CEO David Nussbaum tells the interviewer, "We want to give people the opportunity to beam from their own smartphones"
Hologram machines are coming to your home
The Australian news agency wrote about PORTL and its ability to beam anyone anywhere despite travel restrictions due to COVID. The AAP story ran in hundreds of outlets across Australia.
هل سئمت الحوار مع أحبابك بواسطة اجتماعات الفيديو؟.. شاهد تقنية جديدة تغير شكل المحادثات
Kuwaits top newspaper wrote about PORTL and the power to beam people across borders during the pandemic. It also quotes CEO David Nussbaum who invented the technology about new artificial intelligence features and the Mini version coming in 2021.
هل سئمت الحوار مع أحبابك بواسطة اجتماعات الفيديو؟.. شاهد تقنية جديدة تغير شكل المحادثات عن بعد
Al Jazeera wrote about PORTL and holoportation will "change the shape of remote conversations." CEO David Nussbaum explains how you can "beam" anyone anywhere in the world for real time, interactive experiences that bring much mroe lif to meetings and even family get togethers. He also explains the new artificial intelligence featrues and new products for 2021.
Hating Zoom calls? This statrup offers at-home hologram machines
The ubiquitous New York City morning news site introduces PORTL to the region and the concept of holoportation as explained by inventor and CEO David Nussbaum. He also reveals that an affordable tabletop version is coming soon, making it possible to have holograms in the home.
Forget Zoom – beam holograms into your home for a chat!
The Hong Kong-based telecom and FinTech authority, Disruptive.Asia,wrote about PORTL and quoted CEO David Nussbaum saying, “We are able to connect military families that haven’t seen each other in months, people from opposite coasts or anyone who is social distancing to fight the coronavirus"
Bosan dengan panggilan video? Perusahaan ini bikin mesin "holoportasi"
You feel their presence, see their body language, see all their non-verbal cues,” Storyfile CEO Heather Smith said. “You feel like you’ve actually talked to that individual even though they were not there.
Bangladesh's first financial newspaper wrote about PORTL
Bangladesh's first financial newspaper wrote about PORTL and its potential for use in business especially during the pandemic. Executives who can't travel, can now beam themselves to meetings around the globe according to PORTL CEO David Nussbaum.
The Hong Kong Economic Times wrote about the potential impact of PORTL on the workplace and the financial industry becuase of its ability to let people working remotely interact in more meaningful ways.
Ya puedes interactuar con hologramas tamaño real
Emily Landeros of UNO TV in Mexico introduced its massive audience to PORTL. CEO David Nussbaum explains how the device lets people beam themselves anywhere, anytime and that the tabletop Mini version will be coming soon in 2021. Emily's story was also fun on MSN Mexico reaching 42 million people.
U.S. firm offers at home hologram machines
The Tasmanian Examiner wrote about PORTL's efforst to put a hologram machine in every home, letting people beam in from anywhere for interactive experiences.
Una máquina de hologramas acorta distancias durante la pandemia de coronavirus
Argentina's top financial newspaper wrote about how PORTL let's people beam themselves anywhere across the globe when they can't make it in person due to travel restrictions and health emergencies. The story points out that the devices can be put in the home and that a more affordable tabletop version is on the way.
Tired of Zoom Calls? PORTL offers hologram machines for the home
Fox Business wrote about PORTL's devices and their ability to bring people together who work remotely or can't travel because of COVID restrictions. The story also talks to PORTL Founder and CEO David Nussbaum and examines the new AI partnership with StoryFile and the upcoming release in 2021 of the tabletop version of the PORTL device, the Mini.
Tired of Zoom Calls?
In an exclusive story that ran in The New York Times, The Washington Post and thousands of other news outlets, Reuter’s Rollo Ross introduced the world to PORTL and its ability to connect people in these socially distanced times. “We’ve even been able to connect military families that have been apart for months,” said PORTL’s David Nussbaum. The story also broke the news about the partnership with Storyfile, the artificial intelligence leader, to create AI holograms. “You feel their presence, see their body language, see all their non-verbal cues,” Storyfile CEO Heather Smith said. “You feel like you’ve actually talked to that individual even though they were not there.”
Tired of video calls? This device will let you talk in real time to a life-sized hologram of another person
One of India's top financial papers analyed PORTL and its ability to help people connect despite travel restricions by letting them beam life size interactive holograms of themselves anywhere in the world.
This LA company created at-home hologram machines
The New York Post introduced its readers to PORTL and the way it lets anyone beam anywhere and have an interactive experience.“We say if you can’t be there, you can beam there,” said Nussbaum, who previously worked at a company that developed a hologram of Ronald Reagan for the former president’s library and digitally resurrected rapper Tupac Shakur.
The company that wants to put a hologram machine in every home
Bangladesh's first internet newspaper introduced PORTL and its ability to help people connect no matter where they are in the world.
Say Hello to Hologram Machines
Major Bangladesh newspaper The Daily Star wrote about PORTL's devices and how they let people beam themselves anywhere around the globe. A person can even appear, and interact, with people in multiple locations simultaneously.
PORTL offers perfect solution for connecting across the globe
The Malay Mail wrote about PORTL's devices and their abilty to let people interact across continents, and even use artificial intelligence through its partnership with Storyfile to bring people to life.
PORTL ofrece máquinas de hologramas para el hogar
Venezuela's La Patilla wrote about PORTL, it's new artificial intelligence partnership with StoryFile, and its ability to bring people working remotely together more effectively than video conferencing.
PORTL is the perfect replacement for Zoom calls
News 18, one of India's biggest national television channels, wrote about PORTL's ability to bring people together for life like, interactive communications--perfect for remote work and in the time of COVID travel restrictions.
PORTL introduces at home hologram machines
Investing.com wrote about PORTL's hologram machines and how they offer a much stronger connection for people working at home than the typical remote solutions such as Zoom.
PORTL Inc permite a los usuarios hablar en tiempo real con un holograma de tamaño real de otra persona
The top Peruvian news site reported on PORTL and how it can help people connect during the pandemic with real-feeling presence from anywhere in the world. CEO David Nussbaum also talks about a new AI partnesrhip with StoryFile and the upcoming tabletop version for 2021.
Máquina de holograma permite interação entre pessoas em tamanho real
The Brazilian tech news site wrote about PORTL, introducing the region to the concept of holoportation and the future of musical performances via hologram.
Innovative interactive hologram machines launched by PORTL
The news site of Switzerland's masive radio and television company SRG SSR about the innovative startup PORTL and about its hologram devices connecting people better than widely used video conferencing solutions.The story talks to PORTL CEO David Nussbaum about the company's plans including the upcoming release of the tabletop Mini version in 2021.
Fatigué des appels Zoom? La société propose des machines à hologrammes à domicile
The major French news channel introduces the counrty to PORTL and the concept of holoportation which lets anyone beam anywhere. The story also talks to CEO David Nussbaum about the new partnership with AI startup StoryFile and the upcoming launch of the tabletop version of the PORTL device, the Mini which will be in reach of more people.
Empresa cria máquina de holograma para pessoas interagirem em tamanho real
Brazil's largest newssite for the celular industry, Tudo Celular, wrote about PORTL's ability to beam people anywhere and become a major telecommunications device. The story also talks about the AI partnesship with StorFile and the coming tabletop PORTL device called the Mini.
Company beams hologram phone calls into your living room
The leading newpaper on Cyprus wrote about PORTL's effots to put hologram machines in every home and how people can beam anywhere in the world with the device.
Beam yourself anywhere in the world with PORTL
The leading Malaysian news site wrote about PORTL and its ability to bring people together during the pandemic.
Cansado de reuniões no Zoom? Empresa dos EUA cria máquina de transmissão de hologramas
Brazil's massive newsite Terra wrote about PORTL's teleportation features and its abliity to breing people together during the pandemic.
¿Cansado de las videollamadas? Empresa ofrece máquinas de hologramas para el hogar
The Argentinan news site with reach across Latin America wrote about PORTL and its ability to let people beam themselves anywhere and interact in real time.
¿Aburrido de las videollamadas? Llega la ‘holoportación’
Mexico's CNN-owned business and technology site wrote about how PORTL is a superior expereince compared to video conferencing for remote work. CEO David Bussbaum explains how the device and beam anyone anywhere in the world for a real-feeling interactive experience.
¡Adiós videollamadas! Empresa crea máquina de hologramas para el hogar
The major Mexican newspaper Milenio, which publishes in 11 cities, wrote about PORTL and its ability to replace annoying vido conferencing during the pandemic with life like, human sized, interactive communication.
A hologram device for every home
India's number one tech site introduces the country to PORTL and its ability to beam anyone anywhere for live, interactive communication. PORTL CEO David Nussbaum also talked about the AI partnership with StoryFile and the upcoming tabletop Mini device.
At home hologram machines to replace annoying Zoom calls
The conservative news site looks at PORTL and its ability to beam people places they can't be themselves, and points out that CEO David Nussbaum helped bring the Ronald Reagan hologram at his Presidential Library in Simi Valley to life.
Using PORTL to save Fashion in the time of COVID
The Asian VR authority, VR Room, wrote about the need for virtual experiences to replace in person fashion shows due to travel and health restrictions. PORTL can allow for anyone to beam anywhere and its founder David Nussbaum proved hologram can deliver style at the highest levels with a previous project for Christian Dior.
How the pandemic is jumpstarting virtual fashion technology
Vogue’s insider business platform wrote about how COVID was changing fashion show plans and spoke to David Nussbaum about his pre-PORTL work with Christian Dior to stage a hologram fashoin show with 68 looks in Shanghai. Vogue says the new PORTL devices have incredible promise in the fashion world. David says, “This gives the ability to continue the tradition of fashion being a leader in almost every business model.”
In the blink of an eye in any part of the world: The first functional teleporter is coming soon!
Serbia’s top newspaper wrote about the amazing possibilities of holoportation, saying, “To bring hologram technology into everyday life, David and his company PORTL have developed the eponymous transparent 4K screen that looks like a Star Trek teleporter.”
BBC World News
PORTL founder David Nussbaum goes behind the scenes of PORTL with BBC World News’ Click
Podcast: PORTL's David Nussbaum Explains Tech Behind His Hologram-Ish Displays
16:9, the site that promises “All Digital Signage, Some Snark” spoke with PORTL’s David Nussbaum on its podcast. David explains the origins of his company and multiple potential uses. “One of these units could absolutely find a home in a flagship store,” says host David Haynes.
The Spectacular Strange Rise of Music Holograms
The Washington Post's David Rowell breaks the news about the launch of PORTL Inc. in an interview with David Nussbaum for a deep dive in the business of dead celebrity holograms. David’s experience with arena-sized hologram shows is covered as well as the live telepresence, or “holoportation” capabilities of the PORTL devices.
Holographic digital signage delivers interactive characters
The leading digital signage trade paper talks with David Nussbaum about the ways PORTL can be used in commercial settings, with animated characters interacting with guests using motion activated controls. It also talks about the unveiling of PORTL at L.A. Comic-Con. David says: Guests tell us that it's entertaining, informational, educational, and just fun. When people see themselves as a hologram, they instantly become kids again.