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 Credits

Ralph H. Baer, Bill Harrison , Al Alcorn, Nolan K. Bushnell and all other involved in creating Pong
  • Webpage Adrian Scheel at pong-picture-page.de for his help right from the beginning
  • Webpage Webagency Seitenschneiderei from Berlin for design and consulting
  • Webpage David Elfström Lilja, founder of vintagegames.se for the 3D part in our video intro
  • Webpage David Winter for preserving so many informations about the history of "Video Ping-Pong"

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