THE GUY WHO INVENTED HOME VIDEO GAMES: RALPH BAER AND HIS AWESOME INVENTION

Edwin Brit Wyckoff

 

One day, a television engineer named Ralph Baer began to wonder whether our TVs would be able to play games with us. His experiments led to the development of the first video game console, marketed by Magnavox as Odyssey. Honored by President George W. Bush as the father of video games, Baer is still at work developing new ideas.

 

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ENGLISH (PAPERBACK) ISBN: 9780766034501 Year: 2010 Pages: 32


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