Congratulations, old pal, keep the gold coming!
In 1948 he patented what may be the world's first video game. U.S. Patent 2,455,992, granted to Goldsmith and Estle Ray Mann, describes what may be the world's first video game, a "Cathode Ray Tube Amusement Device", in essence a game involving aiming missiles at a target. It was inspired by the radar displays used in World War II.
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We know you're tired Wizo, 'cause everyone who's done as much work as you (not only contributing, but also approving) should be. But please, keep up the excellent work. We at MobyGames thank you.
Here's a picture of him holding the gun:
Congratulations, compatriot, and keep up the excellent work!
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