The Digital Future of Pulse Evolution

Pulse Evolution Corporation is a leading developer and pioneer in the world of technology. The cutting edge company creates realistic, digital human concepts utilizing computerized and holographic technologies. One of their well known projects was in collaboration with the 2014 Billboard Music Awards, in which they designed and developed the digital likeness of the late pop icon, Michael Jackson.

After reporting results of its second fiscal quarter, Pulse Evolution told CNN of its plans to become fully-reporting and listed on the national stock exchange. John Textor, CEO, stated, “Our heavy investment from a committed group of strategic investors has positioned our company to be a leading developer of exciting new forms of entertainment and a pioneer… of virtual reality and artificial intelligence.” Significant portions of the company’s operating expenses are directed toward technological development, and PULSE Evolutions is currently pursuing development of computer-generated digital humans for use in virtual reality, live performances, and even consumer interaction. The company looks to utilize this technology to interact with customers and consumers both in live interaction and through online media, similar to digital avatars used today.

John Textor, CEO, is responsible for partnering with venues, developing consumer relationship, acquiring appropriate rights, and developing revenue agreements. Textor previously served as CEO and Chairman at both Digital Domain Productions and Digital Media group, leading teams to complete over eighty major projects including blockbusters like Tranformers, Tron: Legacy and Pirates of the Caribbean at Worlds End. Textor also lead the team that completed the first, realistic digital human recreation in the film, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Other endeavors include development of a unique, dual-enrollment bachelor’s program at Florida State University, the digital recreation of Tupac at Coachella in 2012, and transformation of Digital Domain Productions into a feature film production company. Textor has also been integral in Pulse’s acquisition of rights and revenue agreements with the estate of Michael Jackson, Marilyn Monroe, and Elvis Presley