Pong

Dabney developed the first commercially available video game.
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This video starts with Pong -- which came out in 1972 -- and makes its way through some of the biggest titles in gaming through
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The ultimate question is whether we will summon our resources to meet the challenges of a new era and be at the forefront of innovation -- or whether we will be content simply playing Pong.
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