REM, which stands for “Rapid Electro-Mechanical”, is a small engineering development firm. We develop products, prototypes, one-off machines, and installation pieces for clients in a wide range of industries. Most of the devices we develop include a microcontroller and moving parts. Often, the microcontroller interfaces with sensors and actuators and communicates with one or more other devices.
REM designed the mechanical enclosure and contributed to the system architecture and electronics design for this instrument for Laurie Anderson’s 1999 Moby Dick World Tour