Community Holiday events during the pandemic

December 29, 2020 0 Comments

Every year around this time I make a post about how I covered my town’s annual holiday celebrations. The historic small town of Doylestown, PA has held an over century long tradition of celebrating the start of the holiday season. The evening after Thanksgiving, thousands gather in the town center. Choirs sing, music plays, and […]

Traveling around the country for work during COVID

October 18, 2020 0 Comments

If you’ve read some of my other posts, you know of my “day job.”  For 20 years, a mobile broadcast engineer. My job entails the maintenance and set up of large mobile production trailers, providing the “control room” for high level live event broadcasts–mostly sports.  I’ve seen a lot over 20 years working out on […]

Video Security Services

October 1, 2020 0 Comments

TebWeb is available to help you with affordable and simple video security and monitoring for businesses, residential and construction progress monitoring and time lapse recording. We use equipment that is easy to set up, easy to operate with simple monitoring, and have proven to be very robust to harsh environments. They also can work almost […]

Lesson learned: Back up, back up, and back up.

September 20, 2020 0 Comments

If you’ve popped in on my site in August & September, you’ve seen it change. Lost some content. For a long time, since 2007 actually, I have hosted my websites myself on my own MacMini machines. Has worked beautifully, but I found out complacency is the enemy. I have two servers currently: one handles e-mail, […]

Working a Major Broadcast Sports Event in the COVID Era

September 18, 2020 0 Comments

With my “day job” working as a Mobile Broadcast Technician, I was finally back to work after a stressful 5 months of no work (and wondering if I would ever return to it). I have worked this event in some aspect for what was my 16th year. This one would prove to be the most […]

An Innovative Live Stream Technique

July 22, 2020 0 Comments

Every July, The Doylestown at Dusk Car Show is one of the area’s biggest car show events, due to its uniqueness. Several of downtown Doylestown, PA’s streets are closed, and 500+ classic cars are placed for a crowd of thousands to peruse on a late weekend afternoon. There’s even a stage with live music, and […]

A Patent Anniversary

May 23, 2020 0 Comments

One year ago, the CL360 was issued US Patent No. 10,295,888.  A lot has happened in a year. During that time, a new sleek design was developed, along with far more features, like dimming, WiFi control and a mobile app. It started to resemble something you can buy & use, not just “engineery looking.” A […]

Staying Community Focused During COVID-19.

April 28, 2020 0 Comments

Like it has to many, many (many) people worldwide, the pandemic crisis has brought my own paying job to a halt. Working as a Mobile TV Broadcast Technician televising sporting events around the US, there is little call for my job when all events have been cancelled “until further notice,” and there are no live […]

Plugging away with the 360 Camera Light

March 20, 2020 0 Comments

Like so many others around the world, the COVID-19 virus has a big impact on the normal way of life. My normal “day career” as a mobile broadcast engineer, is on hold indefinitely, leaving lots of extra time at home. So, keeping busy with further work on the prototypes and publicity campaigns. One of the […]

Follow me at CES2020

January 6, 2020 0 Comments

Heading to CES in Las Vegas. January 7-10, the largest convention of Consumer Technology in the world. Not open to the general public, but will still be attended by over 170,000 participants. I am able to attend because of the product I am developing: a lighting instrument designed for 360 photo/video/VR. The CL360 is now […]