The First Videogame Ever - The story of TENNIS FOR TWO and William Higinbotham.
The "Father of Video Games (And Nuclear Science)" William Higinbotham
Tennis for Two - The Original Video Game
William Higinbotham— The First Gamer
William Higinbotham was an American physicist. A member of the team that developed the first nuclear bomb, he later became a leader in the nonproliferation movement. He also has a place in the history of video games for his 1958 creation of Tennis for Two, the first interactive analog computer game and one of the first electronic games to use a graphical display.