“How do I get in?” Bryan said as he tried to enter what he called “the office space of the future.” Behind sliding spaceship-style doors, Bryan was stopped by a retinal scanner that could not confirm his identity.
On TV in Seattle since '99 and all the Axon retinal scanner will say is "Sorry we can not confirm your identity". pic.twitter.com/b2qFhhpLd9
— Saint Bryan (@saintbryan) June 1, 2016
Once inside the offices of the company — which makes hardware and software for law enforcement, such as body cameras — Bryan was wowed by Matrix-style chairs, and a robot rolling around with a tablet that was linked to CEO Rick Smith at an off-site meeting.
But the beer taps in the kitchen really got Bryan’s attention, as he sampled a Mosaic Pale Ale from Ballard’s Stoup Brewing and started asking about job openings.
“Where you work matters because you spend a lot of time here,” Axon GM Marcus Womack said in the segment, which you should watch below.