Earlier this month, BNL physicist Peter Takacs told you about his progress in resurrecting one of the world’s first video games. And you wanted to know, “How do I do that?”

Based on feedback from that post, we’ve uploaded the original high-resolution schematics for Tennis for Two to the end of this story on Brookhaven’s website.


An original schematic for Tennis for Two

We’ve also included notes from the game’s inventor, William Higinbotham, as well as the deposition he gave during a legal battle over the first video game patent (held by Magnavox). So start searching for an analog computer and an oscilloscope screen and get building! And let us know how it goes.

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