Why Reed Switches Suck (in Escape Games)
Ok, to be fair, it’s not the reed switches fault. They get put into situations that are far less than ideal for them to live in their glory. Yes, they can be very reliable in well-defined environment like a reed relay and or other well controlled switching equipment, but put them in an uncontrolled environment of a live escape game, then we have problems.
Little Escape Game Prop Controller
The escape game industry has made great use out of small development platforms like Arduino and Raspberry Pi. They are easy to use for novices and there are many resources available from the communities. The biggest problem with them for entry level users is that you need to build a support board, or rig up wires and prototype boards to control the world around them, unless you are luc...
Outsourcing & Offshoring Manufacturing in Asia
On October 20th 2016, Gabriel Goldstein, Chief Product Designer of Anidea Engineering, the expert in product development, had a great talk with David Alexander, the President of BaySource Global, the expert in business process outsourcing and offshoring, to discuss preparation steps and common issues when outsourcing in Asia, especially China.
How the Sausage Gets Made?
We love building cool things and we love sharing our passion. Watch these 2 videos and see how much fun we have all day!
Book Report – The E Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber
A Story of the Entrepreneur, Manager, and the Technician This book was a serious wakeup call for me and I wish I had discovered it 15 years ago. It is an incredibly easy read and packed with very tangible concepts. It’s not usually in the standard list of books people have read and posted on Facebook. It’s not like a Good to Great or 4-Hour Work Week that every entrepreneur grins ...
What is the Escape Room?
It was a rare event when, in 1982, a series of 'escape room' video games could turn into its own adventure, marking the great revolution, from a point-and-click video game to an incredible physical adventure game in which players could physically experience an entirely new concept of recreation. How wonderful is that?
Escape Room Electronics – A Division of Anidea Engineering
After the success of the Escape Game room in China, Japan, and Singapore, it became very popular in the U.S in 2012. Since then, the game has become a large attraction by people who love solving riddles, as well as designs in the game room scenario.