In this edition of the SVC Podcast, SVC Contributing Editor Bennett Liles continues his chat with Ryan McCurdy from Historic Tours of America about his show control installation at the Oldest Store Museum Experience in St. Augustine, Florida. The exhibit conveys the atmosphere of a turn of the century general store by mixing triggered sound and video with live actors and it even includes an audio animatronic butcher. McCurdy expands on the show design and installation along with the initial testing and tweaking of the event timing. He also discusses his remote monitoring and programming capability.
Links of interest:
- The Alcorn-McBride Digital Audio Machine used for audio playback and effects
- The Alcorn-McBride Digital Video Machine HD that makes a wall portrait come to life
- The NEC P461 46-inch LCD HD video monitor that is disguised as an oil painting
- The Polk Audio RM8 center channel speaker that is concealed for audio playback