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Daryl is the former head designer at Laservision, a world leading Australian outdoor laser display and projection mapping company responsible for many of those incredible outdoor laser display such as the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
(Not directly discussed in the show) Sydney harbor tunnel “Soft Stop” sign for trucks that won’t fit:
Softstop™ Barrier System by LASERVISION from Laservision Mega Media on Vimeo.
He talks to Dave about the design and safety of lasers (Ion and solid state) and optical image projection systems for huge outdoor water wall and building displays, and the electronics and software involved in image projection modelling onto building and other objects.
Also FPGA’s, DE10 Nano, and ESP32’s.
Dary’s consulting company, TETDG
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C’mon Dave, you can do a better description than this! I need me some Chris tier breakdowns of the episode ;^]
Ferocious German says
really enjoyed this episode! thank you so much for this one!
As my background is in video and lighting for the entertainment industry, not in electrical engineering, this was the first episode i actually understood everything what you were talking about. (dont worry, im a great fan of the australian accent so i listen to all the podcast and try to learn and pickup what i can along the way)
Please find more guests that are audio visual professionals, or even entertainment industry automation.it’s a very innovative industry so i am sure that it will be interesting for EE’s as well.
Thanks again for this one.
I did the Darling Harbor show from 1999-2000ish good times. Laservision was one of the few places I ever saw those minidisc data discs, cute use ADAT was still $$$$. The drawing system was home grown those guys never wanted to say used pangolin for some drawings….