Sampling (n.) : a small group of people or things taken from a larger group and used to represent the larger group : a small amount of something that is offered to someone to try : the act of using a small part of a recording (such as a song) as part of another recording.1 Sampling in the signal processing means extracting analog data to digital data. Sampling in music means cutting and using the interval portion of the music. A group of sample is also referred to sampling in the statistics. Epcot has lost function as a living space, unlike what Walt Disney has planned for in the early designs. Instead, it is exhibiting culture and customs of various countries in the world just like sampling. Walt Disney has devoted great attention to the future of science by participating in US government’s space exploration. In particular, Epcot could be generated as space for science and technology innovation through technologies such as AVAC and Utilidor. 2 Future World focuses on showing development of science from past, present, to future. Just as Walt Disney has worried, a village community to be real residence model that he dreamed of did not materialize even after Disney’s death. 3 Instead, customs and culture of 11 countries of the world are gathered into one place and is exhibited in one village at a World Showcase. Although this future community society, a great dream of Walt Disney, did not come true, sampling of small elements together shows another meaning of experimental chapter.