An installation by Robert Bornn where visitor's emotional output is given audio-visual form through the operation of bio-electornic translator. Heartrate, respiration, and galvanic skin response control a set of diffused colored lights and audio speakers. The device was designed and built by Thomas J. Scarpa, Edison Instrument Co. in Metuchen, New Jersey. Image produced in association with the exhibition "Contemplation Environments", on view from January 16 through March 18, 1970 at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts in New York City. The exhibition was developed from artists' submissions for personal meditative spaces. Architect Gamal El Zoghby organized the sixteen selected concepts into an integrated plan covering the gallery areas where viewers were allowed to experience each work.