I used to work at a computer store, and it had a fairly zany theme. The whole establishment was decorated with small pieces from movie sets and old-ass (seriously old-ass) computer gear. Well, admittedly it all fit into a single room, but there were a few honest-to-goodness classics. The entrance door was a lame-looking piece of junk, filled with tweeters, sensors, lights, knobs, even a webcam. Nope, I don't think that was legal.
A small, industrial-strength microswitch was also horribly integrated, which I wired up to the store's resident 'multimedia' computer: the in-store radio was piped through this computer, and all the webcams and buttons and switches were wired up to this computer. Whenever the front door opened, the radio would dim and the star trek "swoosh" noise would play.
Caelii - 2011-10-17 08:27:08
What a great roesrcue this text is.
Elizabeht - 2012-12-17 13:02:00
Very nice John.I remember that Bob Clampett was not only a anaoitimr/director but a puppeteer as well. I heard that Chuck was a puppeteer at one time.Have you ever explored that medium of puppetry or even had little instrest in it when it comes to acting almost live cartoon characters so it seems ? Or you probably didn't have interest in it.Tell me your opitions, I'd love to hear them._Eric