The departure of the first inventor of gaming platforms in the world

Ralph Baer

Media announced the death of "Ralph Baer" the engineer who designed the first platform games in the world in 1966 at the age of 92 years, and the great merit of this man in the evolution and spread of e-gaming technology back.
Ralph Baer


Precipitant users and freaks electronic games do not know that the greatest credit for the appearance and evolution back to the American architect of German origin "Ralph Baer" and who designed and in 1966 the first platform electronic games in the world developed for the benefit of the company "Sanders Associated" and the device is initially holds name "Brown Box" but was marketed by Magnavox company under the name "Odyssey" in 1972.
And "New York Times" has confirmed the departure of Ralph Baer about the age of 92 years on Saturday for the curtain falls on the lives of the first platform electronic games designer and the Odyssey, which met with great success at the time many years before the arrival of the new generation of listener electronic games.

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