National

March 21, 2012 11:00 AM

Video games become an art with Smithsonian exhibit

Chris Melissinos, 42, fondly remembers his first computer, a Commodore VIC-20, on which he played “Pong” (the 1970s game based on table tennis). Melissinos is the guest curator of “The Art of Video Games,” a new exhibit at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

A love story for the ages 01:25

A love story for the ages

Police officer tackles suicidal man to stop him from jumping off Maryland bridge 00:49

Police officer tackles suicidal man to stop him from jumping off Maryland bridge

105 year old Fort Worth woman to throw first pitch 02:03

105 year old Fort Worth woman to throw first pitch

Closer look at Lake Worth bridge where a woman was killed 00:27

Closer look at Lake Worth bridge where a woman was killed

Video: Local mother of stillborn donates device for grieving parents 01:41

Video: Local mother of stillborn donates device for grieving parents

Don't let a text wreck your life 01:01

Don't let a text wreck your life

VIDEO: Army Rangers Captain Kristen Griest and First Lieutenant Shaye Haver 02:22

VIDEO: Army Rangers Captain Kristen Griest and First Lieutenant Shaye Haver

5 things to know: California's condoms in porn initiative 02:10

5 things to know: California's condoms in porn initiative

Brazilian girl, 2, can see after surgery at Bascom Institute in Miami 02:34

Brazilian girl, 2, can see after surgery at Bascom Institute in Miami

Human trafficking victim undergoes painful tattoo removal as part of Fresno program 01:23

Human trafficking victim undergoes painful tattoo removal as part of Fresno program

Share Video

Nation & World Videos