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Motion Picture Scanning Services (MPSS) Names Greg Passmore as Chief Technology Officer

August 15, 2014

Greg Passmore has been named Chief Technology Officer and is the co-founder of Austin-based Motion Picture Scanning Services, a subsidiary of VGTel - 360 Entertainment & Productions.

According to a release from MPSS, Passmore is an industry leader whose three decades of proprietary innovations in computer graphics and image computing span visualization work from the Department of Defense to Hollywood blockbusters. With him, he brings a competitive advantage to MPSS in film preservation, color science and image processing.

Passmore has developed 3D technology that was used in many Hollywood blockbuster films, including Alice in Wonderland, Transformers: Dark of the Moon and the latest Superman installment, Man of Steel.

"The appointment of Passmore instantly levels the playing field, and his experience in computer graphics and image processing swings the balance of power in our direction", said Greg Wells, CEO of VGTel - 360 Entertainment & Productions, a multi-tier international entertainment and media enterprise which primarily develops, finances, produces and distributes 4K UHD content.

The MPSS studio is a resource for digital scanning of cinematic content from their original film formats.

Passmore will oversee the ongoing development of proprietary MPSS software for image analysis, rectification and enhancement, implementing a proprietary new tool called PLScan.

More information and complete details:

www.360entertainmentandproductions.com

www.motionpicturescanningservices.com

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