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P > PIZON BROS > Visiomatic 101


 

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Thursday 24th March 2011
Yves Kien (France)

I was an Alcatel technician in charge of this design in 1973!!!!The product was designed by Alcatel and sold by Pizon Bros. We produced approximately 10000 of this type. You can remark that it is possible to play alone against a "robot" (this is a plus i added).

The chipset is an hybrid circuit designed for that product. I still own one. After this i designed another type with colors (green for the tennis and red for soccer). This application was developped to start a new hybrid circuit prduction line in alcatel factory in Arcueil. This game is working on old TV set through the antenna UHF.


Monday 12th April 2010
Loup Solitaire

I got this one from a cousin, I never was able to play with it (old antenna system), I checked ebay and found out it had no value (25$) so I gave it.


Wednesday 30th March 2005
j4ck (us)

that's a cool looking system. like something a 1970's French kid would play James Bond or Mission Impossible with





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