- being RetiredReasearch Scientest, 1970 - present
- E-mail standards (Dec computer sponsored)
- Video tape standards bodies ( Sony and Eastman Kodak,1969-1975)
- Video DIsk (Ampex still store product line)
- Stop motion motion picture stand automation.
- Motion control systems for the Motion Picture industry.
- Automation of theatrical lighting systems
- Development of the first video camera to shoot for motion picture industry (Panavision-Panaflex)
- Computer aided drafting (Autocad 1.0-8)
- Computer animation systems, (Autocad)
- Computer Video editing (Edit Droid)
- Automation of automotive dynamiter lab. (Ford Motor)
- Development of video command and control network (Sony S-net).
- Development of the first ATM machines and their network ( Tandy copr, Bourls Computer now Unisis, Zenith electronics ( data and video on mid split broadband.) ) The test system was in Ann Arbor Mi. The ATM system required live, remote teller to dispense money remotely. *Due to Mich. Branch Banking Laws then. Not only could you get money you could: Buy tickets for sports events, Buy stamps, Check grades, read e-mail & more.
- Ran the film documentation dept for the U of Alaska, Fairbanks campus for the Alaskan Pipeline.
- Produced numerous training and informational films/videos.
- Been screwed by clients out of a lot of $$.
- Shot in the following formats: 8 & super 8mm,16mm, super 16,w/transfer to 35, 35mm 70mm, I-max. Many in anamorphic. Video in 1/2" 1", quad. Engineered and built 4 video trucks (3-40' and 1- 28')
- Was one the first Stedy-cams.
- I was one of the first engineers/designers for the PTL Network. With them I engineered/designed 7 TV stations across the U.S.
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