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Entertainment/control technology: The wonderful world of Epcot: Walt Disney Productions unveils a futuristic amusement park that may be even more intriguing to engineers than to the public at large

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Discusses the development of some of the exhibits at Disney World amusement park. The park houses large-scale demonstrations of information systems, computer monitoring and control, fibre optics, energy and transportation. A Bell information system using interactive video technology, a laser disk, fibre optics and microcomputers provides a variety of information to visitors. The computer control room which coordinates all the activities at Epcot, and a garbage collection system are included.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 9 )