**Entertainment Engineering**

by John W. Wesner

**Publisher**: ETC Press 2013**ISBN/ASIN**: 1304351831**ISBN-13**: 9781304351838**Number of pages**: 215

**Description**:

We begin by looking at the entertainment industry in general, with a focus on delighting the customers. We ask what is unique/special about the domain Entertainment, we look at the broad scope of Entertainment, and end by asking the reader to think about their own entertainment preferences. We examine exactly how the behind-the-scenes engineering contributes to many specific types of entertainment.

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