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Evolution of videogames

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How video games have evolved from 8 bit sprites to super computers.

How video games have evolved from 8 bit sprites to super computers.


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  • The introduction which talks about how videogames have evolved
  • How videogames have made a huge spike in sales compared to the decreasing music sales and the barely changing movie sales.
  • I’ll be talking about how video game visuals have evolved.
  • I’m going to compare a real picture of New York city to a video game rendering of it.
  • How people can now interact with games by not only using a controller but their entire body (Wii). I will also talk about how the best selling games of all time are games that involve full body movement.
  • How the gamming industry is disobeying the stereotype that games make people fat by making games that help people stay in shape.
  • How people can now interact with games by not only using a controller but their entire body (Project natal) Also the evolution of video game interaction.
  • How videogames have jumped into the medical field.
  • A lot of doctors are using the Nintendo Wii as a way of therapy.
  • How folding@home is helping the cure for Alzheimer's also how it outpaced super computers.
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