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Automation ‘Lifts’ Purdue Theater Production of Medea – Issue 26, 2013

From Wikipedia[1]: “A mechane (pron.: /’mɛkəniː/; Greek: μηχανή, mēkhanē) or machine was a crane used in Greek theatre, especially in the 5th and 4th centuries BC. Made of wooden beams and pulley systems, the device was used to lift an actor …

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AutomationDirect and the Boy Scouts of America Launch New Merit Badge

Cumming, GA — July 24, 2013  AutomationDirect.com has teamed up with the Boy Scouts of America to inform and inspire the nation’s youth about programming. This week, at the 2013 National Boy Scout Jamboree at the Summit Bechtel Reserve …

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PLC Training – Issue 23, 2012

PLC training at the United States Institute for Theatre Technology Annual Conference and Stage Expo.…

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House Theatre of Chicago – Issue 20, 2011

House Theatre of Chicago’s original-script production of The Nutcracker demanded moving, changing scenery that magically transformed the set at the push of a button. AutomationDirect’s extensive line of pneumatic and electrical components helped us realize these design elements easily, elegantly, …

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Systems Integrator Brings Automation Into Skydiving- Issue 8, 2007

Thrill seekers around the world are forever looking for the next big adrenaline rush. More of them are finding that thrill through indoor skydiving, which is quickly becoming a way to satisfy the desire for excitement, and yet remove the …

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DL205 Performs in Theatrics – Issue 6, 2006

Theatrical automation is a newly emerging field of technology. Through the use of automation, the University Of Arizona School Of Theatre Arts is enhancing the overall theatrical experience. Students Nathan Cross and Phillip Toussaint are using various types of AutomationDirect …

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