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PhysioPod UK Limited to Exhibit Internationally Patented DEEP OSCILLATION Therapy at Therapy Expo 2013 Manchester

PhysioPod UK Limited to Exhibit Internationally Patented DEEP OSCILLATION Therapy at Therapy Expo 2013 Manchester

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PhysioPod UK Limited are delighted to announce that they will be exhibiting DEEP OSCILLATION at Therapy Expo 2013 Manchester on 13th and 14th September 2013 at the Manchester Central Convention Centre.
PhysioPod UK Limited are delighted to announce that they will be exhibiting DEEP OSCILLATION at Therapy Expo 2013 Manchester on 13th and 14th September 2013 at the Manchester Central Convention Centre.

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New Graffiti Abatement Technology Resource From Air Graffiti DallasImagine a city where graffiti is not an issue, where graffiti artist are highlysought after for their skills, where cities willingly highlight the artist thatcreate amazing art rather than spending millions trying to prevent or remove graffiti from city walls.Dallas, TX, July 01, 2013 -- Air Graffiti Dallas has a new technology that mighthelp that dream come to pass. If your city is facing the challenges of Graffitiand the cost associated with it, then this might be a story you want to hear.The cost of graffiti in the US has grown from $15 Billon in the late 90’s to over$25 Billon by 2008 according to a study conducted by the NoGraf Network.Most cities now have some kind of graffiti abatement program in place that workswith local police departments, public works, and parks and recreation that incorporate components of education, clean-up, and community service. These programshaven proven to have little effectiveness in curbing the Graffiti activity.Now, a new technology and a unique approach to the challenge of graffiti may bethe answer to actually slowing and reducing graffiti.Air Graffiti Dallas, the brainchild of Dennis Walthers, started out as an evententertainment technology and quickly caught on with high-end event planners looking to differentiate themselves in the competitive market of party planning.Essentially Air Graffiti is an 8’ X 10’ Virtual Wall that emulates spray paint digitally with it’s proprietary software. Artist have access to an endless pallet of colors, shading, blur, transparency, spray width, and drip that can be controlledright on the screen using a digital spray paint can that emits Infrared light instead of paint.“Air Graffiti technology is an artist dream, as it never runs out of paint, thereis no mess, no toxic fumes, endless combinations of color and most importantly and undo button as well as an eraser. Air Graffiti also comes with drawing toolsfor straight lines, circles, squares, and fill,” added WalthersAir Graffiti even has the ability to capture the paint stokes that make up the art which can be saved as a video of the entire creation process and played backor shared on YouTube, and social media. Complete works of art can be printed, emailed or share on social media directly from the wall or uploaded to the cloud and accessed via a QR code that can be printed on 4X6 prints at an event according to the website at http://www.AirGraffitiDallas.comThe concept behind using the Air Graffiti technology as a part of a graffiti abatement program came to Walthers after he started using artist at local events. “Artist were creating art relevant to an event theme in a live setting on the 8’ X 10’canvas that I called live art entertainment”.“It’s fun to see how crowds of people gather to watch as artist work with the technology on this huge canvas to create art. They are amazed by both the technology and the artist capability. It was also interesting to hear how much the artist enjoy using the technology," said WalthersWith that as the nucleus, the idea of providing an outlet to the street artist in the form of digital spray paint was born.“When you provide graffiti artist a legal outlet to create and show their art, they begin to develop a since of pride in their work that creates an even greater passion to strive for better pieces of work and to not deface public areas that w

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