Tag Archives: console games

The TV-compontants and accessories: VR don’t confuse the tubes

The Evolution of the Computer…@work and @play – passive tv vs active gaming it is interesting that as some technologies merge into multi-purpose machines, others are being stripped on, gadget or application add-ons in a stack. Why is the Television … Continue reading

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Computating Computers: Play and Work

  Tempest was my favorite arcade game, not that I was ever on the high score leaderboard anywhere with heavy traffic. Video Games taught far more than hand-eye co-ordination: They Taught The Zone Intense Focus through disorienting light displays with … Continue reading

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Human Brain Evolution: Smaller and More Efficient

Eating meat (and more importantly the stomach because then something else did the digestive work and it’s really the only free lunch) gave our ancestors the boost and primates are omnivores. Brains cost 20% of our calorie intake, they are … Continue reading

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Media: Gametainment

  Video games: from the ashes of Dungeons and Dragons and comic books – the new scource of society.   From the first home game of pong to the Atari, Intellivision and Colicovision. To Nintento, Sega, Playstation and Xboxes the … Continue reading

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