Chase (unnamed tv console) 1967
1) Prototype of Brown box (watch Ping-Pong (1968).
2) Vacuum tube circuit produced two-spot display. game used joystick.This was sufficient for them to be able to play a 'chase' game on the set, with one 'player's dot trying to 'catch' the other player's.
3) Also known as ‘Fox and hound’ chase game was demonstrated to Sanders corporate director of research and development, Herb Chapman. The demonstration was a success, and shortly thereafter the project was granted the sum of $2 500 to maintain it. Project was unofficial.
2) Console uses a type of removable printed circuit board, called a game card, that inserts into a slot similar to a ROM cartridge slot. The game cards do not contain any components, but have a series of "jumpers" — simple electrical connections — between pins of the card connector. These jumpers interconnect different logic and signal generators in the console to produce the desired game logic and screen output.
3) A video game console is a device that outputs a video signal or visual image to display a video game. The term "video game console" is used to distinguish a console machine primarily designed for consumers to use for playing video games in contrast to arcade machines (Missile 1969) or home computers (Breakout demo 1977). It includes home video game consoles, handheld game consoles, microconsoles and dedicated consoles.
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