These are a small sample of the projects that we have completed for clients:
 
   
2013 :: RBH Multimedia/ Les Paul Exhibit

Designed and produced electronics to interface the guitars to MedeaWiz players for the Les Paul exhibit at the Waukesha County Museum in Wisconsin.

 
   
2012 :: Adcraft/ Frost Electric Green Energy Store Display

Designed and assembled electronics to display high efficiency lamps with LED power meters for Frost Electric in St. Louis, MO.

 
   
2009 :: RBH Multimedia/ Yankee Stadium Locker Exhibit

Developed a program running on a pc to let visitors enter their name on a mock Yankee player's locker. The name is displayed on a large LED sign above a locker.
RBH Multimedia, New York, Yankee Stadium, New York

 
   
2009 :: Toxey / McMillan Design Studios/ McKenna Children's Museum

Developed a program running on a pc to let visitors enter their age, gender and height while a scale enters their weight. The program then determines body mass index, shows a graph by filling tubes with colored fluid, and prints out a ticket for the visitor.
Toxey/McMillan, San Antonio, TX. McKenna Children's Museum, New Braunfels, TX

 
   
2007 :: Turner and Associates/ BB's Blues and Soups

Designed and fabricated electronic controls for a dumbwaiter at BB's Blues and Soups restaurant in St. Louis, MO. The dumbwaiter designed and built by Turner and Associates travels 3 floors with doors on both sides. Second floor bar showing the elevator shaft with chalk board on the access door.

 
   
2005 :: St. Louis Zoo Primate Feeders

Designed and built electronic controls for feeders at the new primate habitat in the St. Louis Zoo. At random time windows throughout the day visitors are given the opportunity to reveal food from containers in the trees. The times and container sequence are random to prevent the dominate male from guarding the food.

 
   
2005 :: Troco/ HOK Sun Tracking Shades for Skylights

Designed and produced electronics to control multiple diffuser shades which change position throughout the day, and day of the year, to follow the sun. The shades were installed beneath skylights at the headquarters of Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum architectural firm in the Metropolitan building in St. Louis.

 
   
2005 :: Kicking Cow/ Purina Cat Basketball

Produced electronic scoreboard that increments by 2 points each time a trained cat makes a basket. Exhibit is used in a traveling show for Purina Cat Chow.

 
   
2004 :: Adcraft/ Xymark LASER Trade Show Exhibit

Designed and fabricated a large reel-to-reel tape machine to demonstrate the customer's LASER at trade shows. The LASER writes text and graphics directly on products as they speed by on the packing line.

 
   
2004 :: St. Louis Gateway Arch, model Arch Exhibit

Designed and built electronic controls for a model crane connected to a 5 foot high model of the Arch. Located in the tram que line in the north leg of the Gateway Arch, visitors can operate the crane to place the keystone in the model. We used an Atmel AtMega 32 embedded processor in this system.

 
   
2003 :: St. Louis Science Center Eartquake Simulator Exhibit

Designed and built electronic controls for a hydraulic earthquake simulator exhibit. Programmed in Visual basic running on Win XP. Ultrasonic sensor senses visitor presence and randomly plays one of three actual eartquakes. As the platform shakes the visitor, a monitor displays the data on a graph and notes location and intensity of the quake.

 
   
2003 :: St. Louis Science Center Mountain Building Exhibits

Designed and built controls for two mechanical exhibits that depict how mountains are formed. Used optical encoders and programmable controllers to control a flow of lights behind a Duratrans graphic synchronized with the mechanics to simulate molten rock moving under the Earth's crust.

 
   
2003 :: St. Louis Science Center Volcano Exhibits

Designed and built controls for two volcano exhibits using programmable micro-controllers. Visitor controls rising flow of lights behind a Duratrans graphic to simulate magma with a joystick. At the "point of no return", the joystick rumbles and a video plays showing an actual eruption.

 
   
2003 :: Turner and Associates - Video Doors for large screen home theater

Designed and built controls to operate doors covering video projection screen in conjunction with the home-owners automated audio-visual equipment.

 
   
2003 :: Turner and Associates - Dumbwaiter

Designed and built electronic controls for two dumbwaiters which were installed in kitchens of two different homeowners.

 
   
2003 :: Turner and Associates/ Mash Group - Skeleton on bike exhibit

Designed and built motor controls to operate a skeleton pedaling a bicycle for the expERIEnce Children's Museum in Erie, PA.

 
   
2003 :: Turner and Associates/ Adcraft/ Kicking Cow/ Purina Cat Chow exhibit

Designed and built digital JPEG player with touch-sensor switch to display still images of cats in traveling exhibit for Purina Cat Chow. The monitor is viewed through the cat's eyes. Casework and graphics by Adcraft Inc. St. Louis.

 
   
2003 :: Turner and Associates/ Adcraft/ Kicking Cow/ Purina Cat Chow exhibit

Designed and built electronics for the "Dial-A-Cat" exhibit for Purina Cat Chow traveling exhibition. Visitor dials numbers and hears digital recordings on cat care. Casework and graphics by Adcraft Inc. St. Louis.

 
   
2003 :: Turner and Associates/ Adcraft/ Kicking Cow/ Purina Cat Chow exhibit

Designed and built electronics for the "Can You Make Up A Cat Song" exhibit for Purina Cat Chow traveling exhibition. As visitor waves hands near cat heads a musical variety of digitally recorded "meow's" are played. Casework and graphics by Adcraft Inc. St. Louis.

 
   
2002 :: Turner and Associates/ Adcraft - TWACS exhibit

Designed and built electronic controls for graphic panel depicting data transfer on the power grid for a trade show. Hundreds of LED's were sequenced by a programmable controler to meet the customer's needs. The customer purchased a second unit a few months later.

 
   

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