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Looks like Atari 2600 graphics… even at $10; it’s way to expensive.
If it were SNES graphics it might be cool but that just looks terrible with its blocky 2600 sprites.

http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewitem?itemId=310428782138&index=7&nav=SEARCH&nid=65483229343
That ^ looks promising though.

  • This reply was modified 8 years, 2 months ago by Dreammary.

I may just be showing my ignorance here but I can’t help but to wonder if that console could be fitted into a VB head mounted display simular to that of Cyberdyne’s awesome work just not so exspensive.

It’s one of those games you might have played as a kid, looks LCD, just a head-mounted display.

What’s the second, a low resolution video display?
Looks too old to work with current hardware, but worth a punt.

“von morintari am 04.09.2012 00:18:24

I may just be showing my ignorance here but I can’t help but to wonder if that console could be fitted into a VB head mounted display simular to that of Cyberdyne’s awesome work just not so exspensive.”

that´s exactly what I had in mind.

Curious though about that game…

When you put it that way, it seems more fantastic. It does have potential as a head unit mount for VB.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/VictorMaxx-Stuntmaster-Virtual-Reality-Headset-Sega-Genesis-Super-Nintendo-/251145738726?pt=Video_Games_Accessories&hash=item3a7973d9e6#ht_500wt_949
That could make a cooler head mount ^

I think the VB unit is 700 grm,a bit heavy for those head mounts.

Nah VB, is 3.2 pounds. (1451.5 Grams)

Did anybody here ever try a “VictorMaxx” for the PC? What was it like?
Is it sort of 3D for PC games, or what? didn´t find any good info on google…


Gamester81 reviews it.

 

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