/// Hands-On With Ouya, the Tiny Gaming Console With Big Aspirations

March 29, 2013  |  All Things Digital


Nine months ago, Julie Uhrman had an idea for a gaming console. The goal behind it was twofold: To give consumers an affordable video game system, and to give developers an open platform for building games for the television. Without any notion of whether people actually wanted such a device, she took her idea to the crowdfunding site Kickstarter and within a month she had more than 63,000 backers and $8.5 million in pledges. Today, the first set of consoles started shipping. Uhrman is the founder and CEO of Ouya , a $100 game system built on the Android operating system. It consists of a pint-size console that connects to your TV via HDMI

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Hands-On With Ouya, the Tiny Gaming Console With Big Aspirations



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