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Gametronics Proceedings  (1977) 

GAMETRONICS

PROCEEDINGS

ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING TIMES

ELECTRONIC GAME SERIESCG-1

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GAMETRONICS

PROCEEDINGS

Chairman: Jerry Eimbinder
Program Chairman: John Tsantes
Arrangements: Margie Stenzler
Coordination: Robert Sugarman
Photography: Liane Enkelis
Registration: Elena Carelli
Staff: Dody Riggs, Cathy Figorito

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Gametronics / Volume 1 / January, 1977


GAMETRONICS

The Electronic Game
Designer’s Conference

Proceedings of the
First Annual Gametronics Conference
January 18-20, 1977
San Francisco

A billion dollar industry is in the making. Thanks to advances in integrated-circuit technologies, designers are contemplating game systems of startling sophistication and unprecedented player involvement.

The era of the electronic game is at hand. Its scope is limited by the creativity of the mind, not the ability of solid-state electronics. This is a time for resourcefulness, planning, courage and movement.

To help designers meet the challenges of the electronic games industry, a special conference was organized by Electronic Engineering Times. Called “Gametronics,” this conference brings together active and prospective participants in game design and production with leading suppliers of components for electronic games.

Electronic Engineering Times
280 Community Drive
Great Neck, New York 11021

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. I.
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    730
  2. II.
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    3144
  3. III.
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    4564
  4. IV.
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    6576
  5. V.
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    7788
  6. VI.
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    89108
  7. VII.
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    109114
  8. VIII.
    The Trazor—A New Input Device by William Pepper, Jr., Peptek, Inc. and Alan J. Rider, Reston Consulting Group, Inc.
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    115120
  9. IX.
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    121128
  10. X.
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    129146
  11. XI.
    TV Games and the FCC by Daniel J. Norton, Sanders Associates, Inc.
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    147152
  12. XII.
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    153154
  13. XIII.
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    155158
  14. XIV.
    TV Game Background by Jerry Eimbinder, Electronic Engineering Times
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    159165
  15. XV.
    Trends in TV Games by Jerry Eimbinder, Electronic Engineering Times
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    166173
  16. XVI.
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    174184
  17. XVII.
    The Six-In-One TV Game Chip by Les Penner, General Instrument Corp.
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    185208
  18. XVIII.
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    209224

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