Pong TV Soccer
When Executive Games’s Pong hit the market – it was either before or after Atari’s version – and Sears, Roebuck, started carrying it, American homes got their first look at a video game. Pong was pretty simple, but it set the stage for a new kind of entertainment.
The thrill remains. So much so that scientists have played it in actual dishes of neurons. 야구 중계 티비
Pong is an amazing game. Its hyper-evolution has lasted almost 50 years, from a simple table tennis arcade machine to actual bundles of living brain cells capable of playing the game.
In the 1970s, the Binatone TV Master MK IV offered four sports games, including Football, renamed Hockey for its North American release. While the TV Master was far more Pong than anything remotely resembling soccer, it was a precursor of things to come.
The hit detection circuit was pretty straightforward – the hand controllers acted as a voltage divider moving the comparator window to a higher or lower voltage depending on where the player struck it. The player position on the screen was slaved to the ball position via an RC integrator. This caused the ball to move to where the players were on the screen and gave a sense of inertia to their movement. 뽕 티비 축구
In just 50 years, Pong has survived the hyper-evolution of technology and remains a thrill to play. It is a classic that can be reprogrammed, reinvented and replayed again and again.
Executive games developed a TV soccer game for their early Pong clones in the 1970s, which were also some of the first consoles to sell under $100 (this may have been before Atari’s home pong system hit the market). One of these models was the APF TV Fun, which had four built-in games and a dial that allowed you to select the two player mode.