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June 3, 2010

Oscilloscope Open

devadutta @ 11:59 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1275609551 ) Play

Another one from raklodramA. Cannot believe we had not asked this one before :)

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Cracked by: Raghuvansh , varuns88 , udupendra , Thejas V R , shrik , Rogi , dineshk , SV , Ananth , Manish Achuth , Dibyo , Shwetha Maiya , Anubhav , eswar , googboog , krudebox , Rahulk , Smitha R Maiya , Vishnu , Sumanth Patlolla , KK , Treyambak Madyalkar , Logik , reddevil_ani , Roy , raklodramA , Bharath , lanu , Qbrain , shenoyvarun86 , dheeraj , sandesh , Arun T P , Ajay Parasuram , varun , rohanquizzer , chubaka , Advaith and Xanda

Answer:

Tennis for Two — Arguably, the first ever video game.


39 Responses to “Oscilloscope Open”

  1. Raghuvansh
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    Tennis for Two


  2. varuns88
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    Tennis For Two. One of the first video games.


  3. udupendra
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    Tennis for Two


  4. tennis for two


  5. shrik
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    Tennis for Two.

    or, oscilloscope pong! first graphical display game possibly, etc, blah.


  6. Rogi
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    It’s an oscilloscope CRT displaying the game “Tennis for Two”. I thought we had seen this one before.


  7. dineshk
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    Tennis for two – often considered the first video game. Basically Pong in an oscilloscope.


  8. SV
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    Tennis for Two, first video game on an analog computer
    (OK, I cheated!)


  9. Ananth
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    Tennis for two – first video game.


  10. Manish Achuth
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    One of the earliest video games ever -> Tennis for two.


  11. Dibyo
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    Tennis for Two analog computer game that used an oscilloscope


  12. Tennis for Two – a game of tennis or ping pong on an oscilloscope. William Higinbotham is the creator.


  13. Tennis for Two was a game developed in 1958 on an analog computer, which simulates a game of tennis or ping pong on an oscilloscope. Created by American physicist William Higinbotham, it is important in the history of video games as one of the first electronic games to use a graphical display.


  14. eswar

    “Tennis for Two” first video game developed by William Higinbotham.


  15. the first ever computer game, tennis for two,


  16. krudebox
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    Probably the world’s first video game. Tennis for Two. By William Higinbotham


  17. Rahulk
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    Tennis for Two by William Higinbotham

    One of the first games to use graphical display


  18. Tennis for Two, an early analog computer game that used an oscilloscope for a display.


  19. Vishnu

    Tennis for two… one of the earliest video games


  20. Sumanth Patlolla
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    Tennis for Two, an interactive game engineered by William Higinbotham in 1958


  21. KK
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    Tennis for Two, an early analog computer game that used an oscilloscope for a display..


  22. Treyambak Madyalkar

    Tennis for Two, an early analog computer game that used an oscilloscope for a display


  23. Logik
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    Tennis for two, by willy higginbotham. The precursor to pong. I thought this was asked before :-)


  24. reddevil_ani

    Tennis for Two, an early analog computer game that used an oscilloscope for a display.


  25. Roy

    World’s first video game (allegedly), Pong


  26. The First Video Game.
    Tennis For Two


  27. Bharath
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    Tennis for Two, an early analog computer game that used an oscilloscope for a display


  28. lanu
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    ‘Tennis for Two’computer game. It is created using an analog computer and the vector display system of an oscilloscope.


  29. Qbrain
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    “Tennis for Two” a game developed on an analog computer, simulates game of tennis/pingpong on an oscilloscope.
    Developed by william higginbotham, it is considered to be one of the first electronic games to use “graphical display”


  30. shenoyvarun86
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    Tennis for Two


  31. dheeraj

    Tennis for Two on an oscilloscope


  32. sandesh

    Tennis for Two


  33. Tennis for Two, the 2nd video game


  34. Ajay Parasuram
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    Tennis for Two. The first ever video game, or so it’s claimed.


  35. varun

    the oscilloscope ping pong simulation


  36. its the tennis for two video game, one of the first to use a display using an oscilloscope


  37. chubaka

    first ever video game .. pong.


  38. Advaith

    Tennis for Two


  39. Xanda

    Tennis for Two, by William Higinbotham


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