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uWink Eyecom

One of the many pay to use devices from the company uWink, a company setup by Nolan Bushnell, the founder of Atari.

The machine itself is a very heavy monitor on a swivel base, and a multi arcade board installed, it was operated by inserting coins, or a pre paid pay as you go sim, which would buy you time in the game.

There are no controllers for the machine, as it is an early touch screen console, originally developed for the Chuck-E-Cheese family entertainment centres, but does not seem to have been launched.

Manufacturer: uWink
Date: 2002

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH48267. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

uWink Eyecom

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