All wise-assing aside …
It’s not really that they added just a third lens … each lens sits in front of an entirely separate and new lens/sensor/whatever assembly. So what those people were doing is building those assemblies and making sure that they work with all the other hardware in the system and providing an interface to make them work with the software in the system.
I love TOP! The comments are so fun.
Helms is waiting for the installation of a 7-barrel system manufactured by Smart Machine Technologies in Ridgeway, Virginia. Because of space constraints, Troon can’t have a traditional steam boiler, so this system will run on super-heated recirculated mineral oil. It may be unconventional, but the whole site is on septic, so traditional systems just won’t work.
When that new system comes on line later this year, it will mean more “oak-aged stuff, different from what people expect from us; more fruit stuff coming out; more local-grain beers; and a lot of stuff that we envisioned when we opened.”
I’m so excited. I just can’t hide it.