NANOTECH ENTERTAINMENT ( OTCPINK: NTEK) announced it has helped fund over 50 percent of costs for World 1-1, the first in an epic series of documentaries on the history of video games and gaming. Additionally, NanoTech Entertainment is providing the 4K camera equipment for the project. As part of the World 1-1 support agreement, UltraFlix™, NanoTech’s streaming 4K Ultra HD service, has been granted exclusive 4K rights to distribute the documentary at four times the resolution of high definition. The expected release date for the documentary is October 2014.
A pioneer in bringing the 4K Ultra HD experience to consumers, NanoTech Entertainment will offer its UltraFlix streaming video distribution service with a comprehensive library of 4K titles beginning January 2014. The exclusive 4K distribution rights agreement with World 1-1’s producers is part of NanoTech’s commitment to continue expanding the UltraFlix channel’s offerings.
UltraFlix will deliver its pristine 4K Ultra HD content on a variety of devices including NanoTech’s Nuvola™ 4K Media Player, the world’s first streaming 4K set top box. Powered by NVIDIA® Tegra® 4, the Nuvola NP-1 moves easily from decoding 4K Ultra HD videos to playing state-of-the-art 3D video games to provide amazing gaming experiences.
The documentaries focus on the history of gaming and are being produced by Jeanette Garcia and Daryl Rodriguez. This highly-rated professional video production team is based in Miami, FL and produce commercial video projects and videos of private events.Using a combination of interviews, archival footage and reflection, the documentaries will focus on the business deals, the personalities of the pioneers and the creations of the engineers. With a roster of interviews that reads like a “Who’s Who” in the history of gaming, the documentaries will appeal to early video game players who will enjoy reliving the creation of the burgeoning gaming industry, as well as the new generation of gamers that may not know how the evolution of their favorite hobby had an impact on today’s games.