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Vancouver, British Columbia, November 30, 2015:  Oculus VisionTech Inc. (the “Company” or “Oculus”) (TSX.V: OVT; OTCQB: OVTZ) is pleased to announce the commencement of Alpha testing of its Cloud-DPS – “Cloud-based Document Protection System”.

The Oculus Cloud-DPS technology is based on protecting documents with an advanced, forensic-grade, invisible watermarking algorithm and then comparing the original protected document with a returned document.  If a document has been tampered with, the Cloud-DPS document authentication feature will highlight the tampered locations in the document.

Tom Perovic, a director of the Company responsible for managing the Cloud-DPS launch, stated, “The commencement of Alpha testing of the Cloud-DPS represents an exciting new stage in the development of the Company’s digital watermarking technology and an evolution of the Company’s existing streaming video content distribution protection system.”

New Website

In conjunction with the Alpha testing of its Cloud-DPS, Oculus has launched a new website at  The website has been updated to reflect the Company’s current product lines and includes a demonstration video that allows visitors to the site to see how the Cloud-DPS works.  The Company expects to make the Alpha version of the Cloud-DPS available on its website as Alpha testing progresses.

About the Oculus Cloud-DPS Technology

The Oculus Cloud-DPS is an Internet-centric, Cloud-based web service for document tamper-proof protection and authentication.  The first step is taking in a document in digital form, and protecting each page with advanced, forensic-grade, invisible watermarking algorithm, and returning an image-based protected PDF document.  The document is also encrypted to provide access control security.  In the second step, the Oculus Cloud-DPS document authentication feature takes in the protected PDF document and returns authentication results.  If the document was tampered with the returned pages will highlight the tampered locations.  Cloud-DPS technology is intended to protect high value sealed documents against any malicious tampering or forgery.  Vertical target markets for high value documents have been identified as personal, real estate and corporate legal contracts, personal last wills, medical records, law enforcement records or financial institutions and government issued documents.  The following document formats are accepted by the Cloud-DPS:  *.doc, *.docx, *.xls, *.xlsx, *.xps, *.pdf, and *.jpg.

About Oculus

Oculus designs and markets to business customers streaming video content distribution, and Internet Cloud-based digital document protection, based on embedded digital watermarking, as well as video-on-demand (VOD) systems, services and source-to-destination digital media delivery solutions that allow live or recorded digitized and compressed video to be transmitted through Internet, intranet, satellite or wireless connectivity.  The Company’s systems, services and delivery solutions include document, still image and motion video digital watermark solutions and documents, photographs (still image) and video content protection.


Tom Perovic

For further information, contact:

Anton Drescher
Chief Financial Officer and Director
Telephone:  (604) 685-1017
Fax:  (604) 685-5777
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