RAYVA Partners with Kaleidescape to Offer Dynamic, 4K Content
RAYVA has added Kaleidescape to their lineup, bringing "tens of thousands of cinematic movies, concerts, and documentaries, into homes" as well as adding movie players and servers as standard installs for the turkey theaters company.
Kaleidescape’s broad range of products. combined with the highest fidelity movie store, enables the RAYVA team to complete its mission and vision, bringing friends and families together for the ultimate entertainment experience. “We knew that the perfect partner, the company that would make RAYVA theaters complete, was Kaleidescape. When it comes to bringing movies, concerts, and documentaries to the home, Kaleidescape stands alone,” says RAYVA President George Walter. “The quality of the product, the ease of use, and the patented user interface all fit perfectly within the RAYVA concept.”
Kaleidescape is a perfect piece for RAYVA as it offers a ton of variety at different price points and performance levels. Thier Kaleidescape Store currently offers "thousands of movies" and supports 4K UHD at 60 frames per second. Long term signings brings 11 studios - including Sony, NBVUniversal, Disney, Warner Bros, Lionsgate, and Twentieth Century Fox - to customers across the globe.
”Kaleidescape’s vision is to deliver the most cinematic experience in the comfort of your home,” said Cheena Srinivasan, Kaleidescape founder and CEO. “RAYVA theaters are assembled with the world’s finest products to produce a cinematic experience, just as the directors had intended the audience to experience.”
A New Leaf For Kaleidescape
Founded in 2001, Kaleidescape hit the ground running as a self-funded start. Early reports indicated the company was "solidly" profitable without any venture capital money. That was until doors closed unexpectedly in August of 2016 after a lengthy legal battle with the DVD Copy Control Association and a general shortage of cash to support their creative avenues for displaying media.
However, it didn't take long for the champion of home theaters to make a comeback and their newest partnership signals room to grow despite their otherwise successful strides since the short closure.