The Art Game is a little-known but significant early achievement in interactive design. Created in 1977 and 1978, it was one of the earliest examples of interactive multimedia of any kind, and probably the first in humanities education. Also notable is that the Art Game comes from the legendary office of Charles and Ray Eames. Over the course of their storied career, the husband-and-wife team arguably invented both the interactive exhibit and the multimedia presentation, but the Art Game may be the only Eames "interactive multimedia" in the modern sense of images, sound, and text linked to individual interaction…
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