Critical anthology of essays on the Experiments in Art and Technology [EAT] Pavilion at Expo '70 in Osaka, Japan. Edited by Billy Klüver, Julie Martin, and Barbara Rose. Essays "The Pavillion," by Billy Klüver; "Into the Collaboration," by Nilo Lindgren; "Art as Experience, Environment, Process," by Barbara Rose; "Outside Art," by Calvin Tomkins; "An Overview," by Elsa Garmire; "Making of 'Fog' or Low-Hanging Stratus Cloud," by Fujiko Nakaya; "Notes and Comments on Clouds and Fog," by Thomas R. Mee; "Brief Discussion of Searchlight Concepts," by Marlowe Pichel; "To Aim a Sunbeam by Mirrors," by Niels O. Young; "Laser Deflection System," by Lowell Cross; "A Brief Introduction to the Sound-Modifier Console," by Gordon Mumma; "Optics of Spherical Mirrors," by Elsa Garmire; "Photographic Recording of Some Optical Effects," by Billy Klüver; "An Architect's View," by John Pearce; "Software," by John W. Pan; "Live Programming for the Pepsi Pavilion: Request for Proposals October 15, 1969 (Including Diagrams and Appendix 1 on Sounds); "Proposals for Live Programming," by Lowell Cross, Gordon Mumma, Kiyoshi Awazu, Remy Charlip, Sandy Daley, Nicholas Quennell, John Forkner, Red Grooms, Ann Halprin, Harry Harper, Jacquelyn Farrell, Takumi Hijikata, Allan Kaprow, Takehisa Kosugi, Alvin Lucier, Anthony Martin, Rikuro Miyai, Pauline Oliveros, Lynn Lonidier, Terry Riley, Yuji Takahashi, Shuji Terayama, Yoshiaki Tono, Yoshio Tsukio, Masanobu Yoshimura, La Monte Young, Marian Zazeela, and Robert Adler. "This is the detailed account of the unique collaborative experiment that involved over seventy-five engineers, artists, and industries in Japan and the United States, and which resulted in the extraordinarily fascinating Pepsi-Cola Pavilion at Expo '70 in Osaka, Japan. Pavilion contains articles on all phases of the development of the project - general, technical, art-historical, and bibliographical. In addition, there are over 100 black-and-white illustrations and sixteen color plates." -- publisher's statement.