The cycle begins

Yale graduate and author Stephen Keisling developed a way to get obsessive video game players more exercise in 1983 by connecting an exercise bike to a television gaming system. Faster peddling meant gamers could fire more rockets on outer-space games or maneuver cars faster on race courses.
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( Tribune photo by Sally Good )

Yale graduate and author Stephen Keisling developed a way to get obsessive video game players more exercise in 1983 by connecting an exercise bike to a television gaming system. Faster peddling meant gamers could fire more rockets on outer-space games or maneuver cars faster on race courses.

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