Presentation on theme: "Gift Shop Welcome to the History of Computing Museum _ Video Games Computers Exit Lounge."— Presentation transcript:
Gift Shop Welcome to the History of Computing Museum _ Video Games Computers Exit Lounge
Lobby Exit Lounge No products to purchase at this time _
COMPUTER SPACE video arcade game released by Nutting Associates in 1971 created by Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney who would later found Atari worlds first commercially sold coin-operated video game (preceded only by two months by Galaxy Game which was located soley at Stanford University)
MAGNAVOX ODYSSEY worlds first video game console and debuted in 1972 designed by Ralph Baer who had a working prototype in 1968 the prototype is known as the brown box and is now located in the Smithsonian Institutions National Museum of American History some consider this invention to be analog rather than digital came with a light gun (kind of like the one used in Nintendos Duck Hunt!)
PONG video game developed by Atari originally released as a coin- operated arcade game in 1972 based on the sport of table tennis got its name from the sound that is generated by the circuitry when the ball is hit often thought of as the first video game, when it actually is not
SPACE INVADERS An arcade video game designed in 1978 by Tomohiro Nishikado One of the earliest shooting games and it featured two- dimensional graphics The aim of the game is kills waves of aliens with a laser cannon This games was one of the forerunners of modern video games Our grade 11/12 Computer Science class will be creating this game as a final project!!