Ralph Baer Interviewed at AbleGamers

Ralph Baer c. 1972Ralph Baer is one of the key driving exponents behind the birth of video gaming. He developed the first ever commercially available home games console, the Magnavox Odyssey in 1972. AbleGamers interview the man and talk about gaming past, present and future. He comes across as a really affable bloke with a still fertile fervent mind.

After reading this and if finding this as your cup of tea then I recommend reading Vintage Computing's interview of Atari founder Nolan Bushnell for a little balance. Worth noting too William Higinbotham's 1952 "Tennis For Two".

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