[SIGCIS-Members] Tennis for Two Documentary now live on YouTube

Laine Nooney laine.nooney at gmail.com
Wed May 29 09:26:43 PDT 2013

Hi all,

A new, short documentary on Tennis for Two, the 1958 analog computer game
(often cited as the "first" video game), is up on YouTube. The documentary
"When Games Went Click:  The Story of Tennis for Two" chronicles the
development of the game and its re-creation, currently underway at
Brookhaven National Laboratory.


"When Games Went Click" was made possible by the Brookhaven Science
Associates and Stony Brook Collaborative Research Alliance SEED Grant
Program for joint initiatives between scientists and Stony Brook
University, Brookhaven National Laboratory, and Cold Spring Harbor
Laboratory. "When Games Went Click" is part of the archival efforts of the
William A. Higinbotham Game Studies Collection:


Laine Nooney
Assistant to the Principal Editors, Raiford Guins and Joanne Morra
Journal of Visual Culture

Department of Cultural Analysis and Theory
Stony Brook University
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