Pong's child


Thirty years ago, Ralph Baer started the video games revolution by patenting an idea for TV viewers to control a blip of light on screen. The blip became the bats and balls of Pong, the first home computer game. Now Baer has now come up with Video Buddy, a video learning aid for children. A fixed blip on the screen sends data to an optical sensor in a suction cup stuck to the TV screen. The cup transmits the code to a handheld device,
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