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RHMI is also engaged in a joint research and development project with long-time holographer Michael Page of the Ontario College of Art and Design to develop a method of capturing live portraiture data on a camera rail system to be printed directly as a RabbitHole[R].
Additionally, RHMI is having some success in convincing movie theaters to construct 'RabbitHole ready' locations which can be used for promoting 3D movies but which can also be used as holographic promotions for the cinema chain's own brand.
RHMI currently has ten full and part time staff operating from its production facility in Quebec and its sales office in Los Angeles.