Date(s) - 06/21/2021 - 08/13/2021
Bird Library, 4th Floor
Plug and play is a term used to describe self-contained gaming systems intended for use with a television. They differ from higher-end consoles such as the Playstation or Nintendo’s Switch in that their software is typically pre-installed and price point low. This exhibit explores early dedicated pong consoles through modern-day portable bootlegs, with over twenty examples on view.
Curated by Stephen Singer.