Blick vom Telekommunikations Pavillon zur Symbolbereich mit Festplatz. Links das Restaurant "Grand Roue".  Telekommunikation Pavillon.
"You’ll meet babies of many nationalities as their pictures are thrown on wall screens, and you’ll hear their voices, symbolizing the birth of communications. You’ll have a chance to see a handy wireless telephone with pushbuttons, a color television telephone, and learn how telephone rates will be calculated by remote control. In the "Eidophor" theater a screen on each wall projects live scenes in Tokyo, Kyoto and Kyushu, and spectators can talk to people appearing on the screens by telephone. Know anyone in Kyoto? These are few of the wonders of the Telecommunications Pavilion. We’d like one of those wireless telephones, EXPO ’70."
Myra Waldo, "JAPAN EXPO ’70 GUIDE – A new world comes to life in the heart of old Japan." 1970, COLLIER BOOKS, London, Seite 42.
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