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 […]

Latest Camera Project Ready to Go!

January 6, 2020 0 Comments

TebWeb was recently contracted for an interesting local project: Doylestown, PA’s iconic County Theater. This non-profit movie theater was built in 1938 and a centerpiece of downtown. After a period of decline in the 70’s and 80’s, it has been rejuvenated to much success. So much so, that it is about to undergo a major […]

More “Toys” for a Holiday Community Video

December 7, 2019 0 Comments

My fourth year with this event: my town’s annual holiday tree lighting. Doylestown, PA has been doing this for 105 years. Thousands crowd the closed off streets while choirs sing and a marching band escorts Santa into town on a 1923 Ahrens Fox fire truck to light the tree and meet with eager children. It […]

“I’d Like to Thank the Academy…”

October 19, 2019 0 Comments

I have been involved in Mobile Broadcasting as an Engineer for twenty years now. In that time, I have worked at Superbowls, World Series, an Indy 500, major golf and tennis championships, and a Winter Olympics. None of those shows have won a Sports Technical Emmy–until now! After 13 years of being one of hundreds […]

A Labor of Love

August 21, 2019 0 Comments

Ever since I was old enough to trek around my neighborhood by myself, I discovered this amazing little place nestled inside a patch of overgrown woods on the property of a poured concrete castle museum. It was boarded up, long abandoned, riddled with graffiti and vandalism inside and out. But there was something about it […]

My First Patent

May 22, 2019 0 Comments

I am pleased to be able to say that my concept for a true 360/VR lighting instrument is now fully patented! Issued May 21, 2019, US Patent No. 10,295,888 describes my full process of a “360 Video/Photo Production Light Apparatus.”  Just shy of 3 years, I have finally reached the end of the road to […]

Google Street View Trusted

March 22, 2019 0 Comments

Earlier this year, I started creating/posting 360 images to Google Street View. I have been amazed at the views all of my images have been getting. All local sites and some of the interiors I have produced locally. There is a BIG audience out there looking at these! By posting enough images of quality, a […]

Community Video for the Holidays

December 2, 2018 0 Comments

Now in my third straight year doing this “in modern times,” covering my little Borough town’s annual Tree Lighting and arrival of Santa. For 104 years a big, well attended tradition the day after Thanksgiving. I say “modern times” because I once covered this event in a similar way in the early ’90s, at the […]