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  • Paperback: 176 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (24 Sep 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1479379476
  • ISBN-13: 978-1479379477
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1 x 22.9 cm
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,481,978 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Steve Alcorn Steve Alcorn is an entrepreneur, engineer, inventor, author and teacher best known for his involvement in the theme park industry. In 1982 he joined Walt Disney Imagineering (then known as WED Enterprises) as a consultant, where he worked on the electronic systems for EPCOT Center. During his two years with Imagineering he designed show control systems for The American Adventure, wrote the operating system used in the parkwide monitoring system, and became Imagineering’s first Systems Engineer. In 1986 he founded Alcorn McBride Inc. The company's show control, audio, video and lighting equipment is used in most major theme park attractions around the world. Mr. Alcorn is the author of several novels available at themeperks.com. Through Internet instruction provider Education To Go, Mr. Alcorn teaches online classes at over 1000 universities and colleges worldwide. He also teaches a survey class in Theme Park Engineering at imagineeringclass.com David Green David Green is the president of Visual Terrain, Inc. (www.visualterrain.com), an internationally known lighting design firm for Architecture, Attractions and the Arts. In addition to his three years at WED working on EPCOT, Tokyo Disneyland, Fantasyland Rehab and Houston WEDWay PeopleMover, David spent another 11 years at other divisions of The Walt Disney Company. He is a trained journalist and published author in non-fiction, fiction and poetry. David was previous president of Monteverdi Creative, Inc., a creative consultancy whose clients included the Walt Disney Company, Technifex, The Hettema Group, Thinkwell, Dedica Group, MOTO Design Group, Smart Design, Concrete Pictures, DIRECTV and others.

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Good book but a bit dry 13 Sep 2013
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Learned a great deal about the engineering process. The book is not a interesting as I had hoped. The writing is informative but no spark of excitement about a fascinating engineering marvel
A fun read 10 Sep 2013
By Marshall - Published on Amazon.com
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This was a fun and enjoyable book about the building of EPCOT from the perspective of the electrical engineers that made everything work. It gave a true sense of how crazy those days were, and how dedicated the engineers were to getting the job done. A nice, alternative history of EPCOT that tells the story from the lower ranks. It's a fast read, written in a very conversational manner. There are some typos and maybe the book could have used some more editing, but frankly that made the book charming. Highly recommended for EPCOT fans.
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