There are numerous debates over who created the first video game, with the answer depending largely on how video games are defined.
Willy Higginbotham's Tennis for Two is considered by many to be the first real video game, but Ralph Baer came up with the idea of playing games on TV sets in 1951.
Ralph Henry Baer was a German-born American inventor, and engineer, and
was known as "The Father of Video Games" due to his many contributions to
games and the ... retirement, Baer partner...
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11 items ... ... and colleagues Bill Harrison and Bill Rusch created several video game test
units. ... Ralph Baer donated his video game test units, production models, notes,
... of the Video Game: The Ralph Baer Prototypes and Electronic Games ...
The first true video game wouldn't be invented until 1967 when an engineer
named ... Baer, often known as the “Father of Video Games," was the first person
Here is a brief chronology of how and when Video Games came to life (for more
detailed story, read Genesis - How Videogames Began ):. Summer 1966
Dec 7, 2014 ... Video games have become more than just a ubiquitous pastime and a gigantic ...
Along with Howard Morrison, he invented the electronic game ...
Dec 8, 2015 ... But when Kidzworld thinks of the person who really created video games as we
know them, Ralph H. Baer always comes to mind. Ralph ...
Al Alcorn is hired by Atari to program video games. The first game created by
Atari is Pong. Ping-Pong, the original name, is already copyrighted, so the