Enomalies was contracted to aid in the design and creation of a manuscript holder for use in a CT machine. The fragile ancient manuscript needed to be held stationary in the rotational CT while a variety of scan angles were captured. We developed a mechanism to hold the manuscript with minimal friction along the surface […]
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Enomalies was contracted by a local law firm to create a visual aid for a lawsuit. They needed to illustrate the manner in which a tree stand collapsed. Given a few photos and paper drawings of the components, Enomalies recreated each piece of the stand, scaled and suitable for rapid prototyping. The parts were printed […]
Enomalies was contracted to build a RC boat for a local production of the Phantom of the Opera. We turned it in to an opportunity to package up an easy-to-use and easy-to-sell kit that allows theater groups and production companies of any size to bring remote control technology to their own stage assets. More information […]
SCRIBE Entertainment, a partner company of Enomalies, developed two large scale, short-throw screens for use as backdrops in a Porgy and Bess Opera Production. These small footprint screens allowed the backdrops to be moved around the stage at will, something that was never achievable with other projection technologies.
Sit in the pilots seat while we use a drone to scan a bridge for structural problems!