RedSeat Entertainment Launches Tremor FX Home at CEDIA EXPO 2013

Tremor FX Home Fully Immerses Viewer Through Specially Designed Home Theater Seats that Dynamically Pulsate in Sync with Audio Signal from Any Movie or Game ---- System Includes Custom Chairs and Wireless Transmitter that Require Only an HDMI Connection to Any Home Theater System

SALT LAKE CITY and DENVER (September 24, 2014) ­ RedSeat Entertainment today

announced the launch of Tremor FX Home, a dynamic home theater system that
incorporates seat vibrations into movies, games and other entertainment.
Adapted from the company¹s technology used in movie theaters worldwide, the
Tremor FX Home system enhances the home theater experience through a small
wireless device working in tandem with custom chairs containing the
integrated technology.

Easy to implement with any home theater seat manufacturer, Tremor FX¹s
theater seat technology dynamically vibrates and pulsates in response to an
individual soundtrack through a series of actuators built within each seat.
Using a patent-pending audio processing engine and wireless transmitter,
these vibrations are synchronized with the action on-screen without the need
for additional technical programing, adding an extra layer of engagement
with each movie, game or TV show. Tremor FX Home will be on display for the
first time at the CEDIA EXPO, which takes place in Denver from September

³With Tremor FX Home, viewers can have the same fully-immersive cinematic
experience as in movie theaters, but enjoy it from the comfort of their own
family rooms or home cinemas,² said Joseph Sorenson, CEO of RedSeat
Entertainment. ³While the technology is advanced, we¹ve specifically
designed it for simple installation and adoption into existing home theater
systems, enabling users to access an exciting new threshold of engagement in
movies, TV, and gaming.²

In order to optimize Tremor FX technology for home theater use, engineers
reconstructed the Tremor FX algorithm to ensure optimal audio responses in
home theater stereo systems and allow for seamless home integration. The
system easily integrates with any home theater configuration, requiring only
an HDMI connection and space for a device smaller than a traditional cable
box, which wirelessly communicates with the actuators in each seat.

³Tremor FX Home also has the potential to completely transform the in-home
gaming experience, as it will make gamers feel they are completely involved
in the action on-screen,² Sorenson added. ³This technology will take movie
watching and gaming in the home to a completely new level.²


Home theater seating with Tremor FX technology is available immediately. For
more information about the technology, visit For more
information about how manufacturers can integrate the technology into
product lines, or to learn more about pricing, email, or call 801-268-4331,
ext. 104.

Online Press Room

For more information and to download images of the Tremor FX Home seats,
visit the online press kit at

About RedSeat Entertainment

A wholly owned subsidiary of Endeavor Capital, Red Seat Entertainment has
developed the Tremor FX technology, which consists of proprietary,
patent-pending technology that will transform the entertainment experience
in movie theaters, concerts and gaming alike. Red Seat Entertainment has
teamed up with Seating Concepts to build chairs that give participants an
immersive experience with their entertainment. For additional information,

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