EATON, Manford L.
Barton, Vt.: Something Else Press. 1973.
4 1/2 x 6 inches. pp. , 3-65. Vg. cond. First appeared in the periodical SOURCE.
Eaton experimented with using images and sounds to generate brainwave activity in his subjects, which he then monitored using physiological signals like pulse rate and respiration. In response to these physiological signals, he was able to adjust the images and sounds for maximum psychological effect. He writes: "The hallucinogenic powers of electronic sensory feedback systems can be controlled and guided with a precision utterly impossible with chemical methods."