In this edition of the SVC Podcast, SVC Contributing Editor Bennett Liles talks with Alan Eidson of Eidson Studios in Little Rock, Ark., about his sound and video installation at the newly opened Lincoln Heritage Museum on the campus of Lincoln College in Illinois. Working with museum experts Taylor Studios of Rantoul, Ill., Eidson wired and tested the interactive exhibits that tell the story of our 16th president from childhood to his untimely death at the hands of an assassin in Ford’s Theater. He also details his use of Alcorn-McBride processing and show control to bring the exhibits to life.
Links of interest:
- The Alcorn-McBride V16 Pro Show Controller used to coordinate the interactive exhibits
- Technovision TC1NET Touch Controllers for proximity sensing
- Museum Technologies BB-200 microwave motion detectors
- Dayton Audio MA1240a multi-channel amplifiers