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PLATO (computer System) - NSF Involvement
... PLATO I, II and III had been funded by small grants from a combined Army-Navy-Air Force funding pool, but by the time PLATO III was in operation everyone involved was ... In 1972 a new system named PLATO IV was ready for operation ... The PLATO IV terminal was a major innovation ...
Silas Warner
... Warner was a major contributor to the early PLATO system in not just the area of gaming but also as an educational content developer ... and its editor program RobotWrite originated on the PLATO system in the 1970s ... Due to the nature of the PLATO system as an interactive educational tool, and the availability of RobotWar at many PLATO sites, this game became an item listed in the on ...
History Of Massively Multiplayer Online Games - PLATO
... Meanwhile, the PLATO system, an educational computer system based on mainframe computers with graphical terminals, was pioneering many areas of multiuser computer systems ... which could support 32 users, and the Talkomatic multi-user chat system ... Oubliette, written by Jim Schwaiger, and published on the PLATO system predated MUD1 by about a year ...
History Of Video Games - 1970s - Mainframe Computers
... distribution paths for student game designers of this time The PLATO system was an educational computing environment designed at the University of Illinois and which ran on ... Games were often exchanged between different PLATO systems ... of other Star Trek themed games were also available via PLATO and DECUS throughout the decade ...

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