Who invented the first video game system?

Answer The Magnavox Odyssey, designed by Ralph H. Baer, was the first video gaming system for television screens. Released by Magnavox in 1972, the battery-operated system included the game console, two h... Read More »

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Who invented the video game system?

The first video game system was invented by Ralph Baer. It was called the Magnavox Odyssey and was created in 1968. However, it was not released to customers until May of 1972. The system was opera... Read More »

Who invented the Nintendo video game system?

Masayuki Uemura designed the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was introduced in Japan as the Famicom on July 15, 1983. The games "Donkey Kong," "Donkey Kong, Jr." and "Popeye" were included with t... Read More »

Who invented the security video system?

Marie Van Brittan Brown and her partner, Albert Brown, invented the first security video system in 1966. Her invention was a closed-circuit television security system that had four peep-holes and a... Read More »

Who invented the wii game system?

The U.S. Patent for the technology that comprises the Nintendo Wii game system was approved on January 13, 2004. The inventors credited on U.S. Patent 6676520 are Satoshi Nishiumi, Kazuo Koshima an... Read More »