Published on 7 Jun 2016
Alex Worrall, chairman of 3D hologram maker GrooveMe, tells Proactive Investors that the company has “come a long way” in a year, with 27 artists and 72 songs recorded.
The technology has a wide range of potential uses, and Worrall says the company has been in talks in India with members of Bollywood, but also with politicians, yoga instructors and other high profile individuals who might use the technology to reach all 1.5bn people in the country.
“Although we still look at our model as being basically and fundamentally the core is musicians,” he says, “…the thing [market] has spread very much larger than [when] we started”.
Joining Worrall is director Edwin Philpott, who adds “the brand opportunities here, not only to work with exciting brands within the music industry itself but activate relationships with potential sponsors and people who are interested to use what Alex said is a new media is very exciting”.