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    Review ------ "For all those who want to be the guy behind the moving light console this book is a great first step on the road. For all those who are already that guy, this book has some good tips and tricks from one of the best." --Mike Falconer, A.C.T Lighting, Inc. "The Automated Lighting Programmer's Handbook will, without a doubt, become the resource for newcomers to the field of moving light programming and rightly so." - Lighting Dimensions "Focal Press has released the second edition of Brad Schiller' s The Automated Lighting Programmer's Handbook. Originally released in 2003, this updated edition is in full-color and includes the basics to advanced-level programming. Input from some of the world' s leading programmers and designers is featured."--LiveDesign.com Read more ( javascript:void(0) ) About the Author ---------------- Brad Schiller has over 20 years experience in the lighting industry. He has worked as a Technical Director and Lighting Designer, as well as an Automated Lighting Programmer. He has also been employed by High End Systems where he has assisted with product development, training, and testing for many popular fixtures and consoles. Brad has experience with various types of productions including theatre, television, concerts, film, architectural, dance, and industrials. Project favorites include: The 1996 Academy Awards, the Capitol of Puerto Rico, The Sydney 2000 Olympic Games Opening and Closing Ceremonies, The Crystal Method, and Metallica. Brad Schiller is also a featured columnist for Projection Lights and Staging News (PLSN). His monthly column titled "Feeding the Machines" teaches programming principles in a simple and straightforward manner. Furthermore, he has written for other industry publications and authored several industry manuals. Brad was presented with the Technician of the Year award at the 2005 LDI awards ceremony and described as "the programmer's programmer”. Read more ( javascript:void(0) )
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