Although it was never manufactured, the earliest interactive electronic game with an electronic display was patented way back in 1947 by Thomas T Goldsmith. The cathode-ray tube amusement device used vector-drawn dots, which were based on radar display technology. In this article we look at The Evolution of Video Game Graphics.
I’ve been a gamer since the age of 8 when my dad brought home a second- (possibly even third-) hand Intellivision system knock-off with a battery compartment that was truly minging. It was packed to the rafters with Pong and other games that looked intriguingly similar to Pong but had exotic names – like Tennis, Table Tennis, and Badminton…and Tennis II. In this article Graphic Designer, Graham P. Ryan talks about 80s & 90s Computer Game Logos.
In a press conference in 1981, there was a question from a journalist about why Jobs chose the name Apple. To this question, he answered, ” I love apples and like to eat them. But the main idea behind Apple is to bring simplicity to the public in the most sophisticated way possible, and that’s it, nothing else.” “The fruit of creation, Apple. It was simple but strong. ” Join us in this article as we discuss Apple Logo Evolution – It all Started With a Fruit