I know this is far from AV control systems, but I think it is really interesting. In a sense it is what we do in the AV world, we program so that you can make selections on a touch screen and then things happen. In this instance you make a drink selection and it quickly pours your cocktail, beer or wine. Their website https://tendedbar.com/ claims TendedBar eliminates over pours and long wait times for a drink whi
We all had a great time at our company party last week. We enjoyed great food, great refreshments and axe throwing at The Lumberjack in Stillwater. We discovered throwing axes is a great new stress reliever!
He is setting up, programming and testing a QSC project coming up in California. Good thing he is in a big office! We rarely see the hardware around here since we only do programming so it’s nice every great now and then to see a system in person.
This July 18, 2017 AVIXA blog by Steve Greenblatt is very well written and gives a bit of insight into the role of the AV programmer. Find it online here. With the rise of “no programming required” solutions, the term “programming” is becoming a bad word. In the AV world, programming has become associated with the notion of being complex, problematic, costly, and time consuming. The perception of it being difficult t