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Published on Apr 10, 2008
Back in the early 90's "Virtual Reality" was floating about in the gaming industry. Sega V.R. was designed for first person shooter/adventure games hoping to immerse game players. Unfortunately, Sega execs were afraid consumers who wore the goggles would injure themselves if improperly used. A similar dilimma happend to Nintendo's Virtual Boy resulting in converting the head piece into a table-top machine. Instead, Sega ended up cancelling their V.R. peripheral altogether. In this clip was an "invitation only" event at Sega's booth featuring the Sega V.R. peripheral at the '93 Summer CES in Chicago.