Australian Aboriginal mythology tells of the great Rainbow Serpent, a creator who brought life to empty spaces during the 'Dreamtime'.
'Snake', as it's now known, was one of the first video games ever made, developed in the US in the late seventies.
The Aboriginal dot-style of painting developed as a way to recreate sacred designs originally only ever made in the sand during ceremonies.
Pixels are the building blocks of every display device, a way to turn binary information into visible graphics.
Indigenous Austrlians use earthy browns, reds and ochres to represent the land and the animals. Computer screens use red, green and blue to represent the full gamut of the visible spectrum.
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