22 April 2006 - New York City, NY - Ralph Baer, inventor of the first home video game and of Simon, the sequence memorizing game, poses at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City, USA, 22 April 2006. In 1968, Baer created the "Brown Box" prototype game system and licensed it to Magnavox, leading to the release of the first publicly available video game console, the Odyssey TV Game. Photo Credit: David Brabyn

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22 April 2006 - New York City, NY - Ralph Baer, inventor of the first home video game and of Simon, the sequence memorizing game, poses at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City, USA, 22 April 2006. In 1968, Baer created the "Brown Box" prototype game system and licensed it to Magnavox, leading to the release of the first publicly available video game console, the Odyssey TV Game. Photo Credit: David Brabyn
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