Vivid-Pix partners with achi, Tellegacy to provide research

Vivid-Pix, the provider of AI-powered image restoration software, announced at RootsTech Connect, it is partnering with achi and Tellegacy to provide academic and business research to help older adults and families and assist health providers. Vivid-Pix is also announcing ATV, a partnership with achi and Tellegacy to study and to improve older adult population health. Dr. Jeremy Holloway, Assistant Professor and Director of Geriatrics Education at University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences, will lead the

Rick Voight, CEO, Vivid-Pix

primary research utilizing student caregiver/senior engagement. Rick Voight, MBA, CEO, Vivid-Pix, will lead the effort on business research and Hayley Studer, CPA, FHFMA, will lead financial modeling to study how to reduce cost and improve older adult health. The inter-generational Tellegacy program helps keep older adults connected. ATV activities will integrate photos into loneliness, isolation, and reminiscence therapy research. Read research information at “Photo Reminiscing Can Reduce Stress & Depression During Coronavirus.

Vivid-Pix is also providing new education for families and family historians. In this six-part series, author/storyteller and genealogist Laura Hedgecock teaches us how to share stories in bite-sized videos, starting with the class Witness to History: Now and Then. Classes are available at:

Vivid-Pix is also providing education for librarians. Working with experts in the field, Vivid-Pix has created a twelve-part Genealogy Librarian Education Series at: with classes and special panel discussions, including:

  • Introduction to Genealogical Research and the Role of the Genealogy Librarian” taught by Drew Smith, MA LIS, USF Libraries.
  • The Genealogical Reference Interview, Orientation to Library Resources & Services taught by Sue Kaufman, MLIS, Sr. Manager, Houston Public Library – Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research.
  • Working with Local Genealogical and Historical Societies” panel discussion hosted by Cherie Bush, Deputy Chief Genealogical Officer for FamilySearch Intl.
  • Marketing the Genealogy Library” panel discussion hosted by Allison DePrey Singleton, MA, MLS, Sr. Librarian, Genealogy Center, Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana.