SRL will be performing several events in conjunction with Web98 Design and Development Conference
and Exposition to be held in Moscone Center 22-24 June 1998.
Most up to date and authoratative information about any upcoming SRL
show will appear first on this WWW site. To avoid regulatory
difficulties, we cannot answer e-mail or phone calls regarding
upcoming shows until we are ready. Please check back with this site
for the most recent information. Do *NOT* contact SRL or SRL people
about information, location, tickets, etc. Information will appear on
this www site when it can be disclosed.
Some events we can announce include the following:
Monday 22 June:
Questions on the Desires of Uninhibited Technology
Keynote Panel featuring (alphabetically):
Web98 Design and Development Conference and
Moscone Center, San Francisco, USA, 7:00-8:30, 22 June, 1998
This event will include SRL tele-operation ofthe SRL Air Launcher. A sample screen shot of the control panel can be found here
A disabled version of the control panel can be found here. It requires
Netcape Communicator 4.04 or higher or Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 with updated Java VMs (v1.1).
Tuesday 23 June:
Wednesday 24 June:
Anonymous tele-operation of SRL machinery near the location shown in San Francisco around
noon. During this event, anonymous participants at Moscone Center
will establish a direct control link using publicly available software
over the internet to several SRL machines located at the undisclosed
location in San Francisco.
The disabled version of the system can be previewed here.
It requires a VRML browser
and a Java 1.1 capable web browser (Netscape Communicator 4.0/Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0).
The actual event lasted 15 minutes. The Boeing and Epileptic Bot were placed
on a flatbed truck at the 3rd St. end of South Park.   After the Bot was flailed
and torched by the Boeing, the truck took off just in time for the police and
fire dept responding to a call, to arrive at a scene of people randomly milling around
an empty space in the shape of a flatbed truck.   Images of the event
courtesy of Gabriella Marks.
Anonymous tele-operation of the mobile SRL Track Robot to be located at a yet to be
disclosed downtown area of San Francisco around 2pm. During this
event, anonymous participants at Moscone Center will establish a
direct control link using publicly available software over the
internet to the SRL machine elsewhere in San Francisco.
A disabled version of Track Robot controls can be
found here. It requires a Java 1.1 capable
Thursday 25 June:
SRL full scale show