We have installed the world’s first coin-operated museum wayfinding system at Tullie House in Carlisle using our new wireless coin mechanisms – all to control ‘The Flying Reiver’ a life size automata suspending in the entrance atrium, designed by Keith Newstead and ourselves. See more here>
The plaster mould cast from a clay model to make the three hoodies statue.
Carbon House II, our new compact version of the original portable Carbon House interactive is out and available to order now. We are currently building the first batch of orders for September.
702 Talk Radio South Africa presenters Leigh and Ray just got hitched live on air by our AutoWed wedding machine witnessed by 400,000 listeners – and here are the happy couple:
AutoWed made the BBC News homepage today and became the number one most read story of the day. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-14003233
AutoWed featured on the BBC Radio 4 Your & Yours programme today in a discussion about no-frills wedding. Listen again here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0124qth
At last the long awaited AutoWed video. Thanks to Alan, Rosie for getting married and vproject.co.uk for filming it.
Here are some photos from the design and build of our first AutoWed wedding machine. It’s over 8 feet high, took 3 months to develop, has more than 300 bespoke parts and over 1,500 lines of code in it.
We wanted to make an amazing metal keyboard for the AutoWed machine that had the right retro steampunk look and feel, so we designed a metal faceplate with circular keys turned from aluminium with a recess for laser engraved white laminate legends. Each key has a flat on the end to prevent it rotating and
We are working with JKID again on prototyping a secret new toy following their successful licencing of TAPZ to Mattel earlier this year.