Glen Hertz designed the electrical system of the machine. Pictured above is a preliminary sketch of the electrical system stolen from his workbook.
Mark Duguid has helped in some of the Unix-related technical aspects of this piece. A true 'hacker': pictured here while being interviewed for a local television story on computer security.
Tedd Sperling designed Macintosh software applications for the Macintosh which allowed testing of the device before it was online.
s p e c i a l . t h a n k s . t o :Reva Stone, Linda Duval and Susan Shantz for the advice, Mike 'FLYER' Phillips, Scott Edwards for lightning-fast responses, Miles M. and his Applescript, Roger Hertz of CRS Robotics - brother and PhD candidate in Robotics at U of Toronto, comp.robotics.misc people, especially Erin Catto (who initially introduced me to the mini SSC) and Bill Schuler of Douglas Electronics Inc. (who provided Mac serial port info), super-mac-man Ehsan Saffari, Clark Nikolai of Video Verite for the lead on the camera, and countless unmentioned others that have given input into this project...