Since the advent of the first system in the 1970s, video gaming technology continues to improve at an exponential speed. The Galaxy Game and Pong were the first two games to gain widespread popularity, followed by Nintendo favorites such as Duck Hunt and Super Mario Brothers. Far from the corded controllers and pixelated graphics of the past, gaming systems today boast higher image quality, a variety of controls and an endless amount of game choices. Most impressively, devices such as the Xbox Kinect and the Playstation Move allow users to game entirely without controllers. Instead, one uses his or her body to play. Every day, these advancements bring video games closer and closer to seeming like real life. Browse these resources to learn more about these amazing advancements.