World First Holographic Game By Sega. Flop. (+VIDEO)



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Pretty much everybody has been enthralled by 3D holograms as such, and by visual 3D entertainments in movies, on TV and cell phones. However, the holographic games haven’t been out there yet, and the reason is seemingly a dull interface. The first holographic video game called Time Traveler was presented by Sega in 1991, and avowed a huge interest at its appearance, but proved to be a failure in a long run, being a 3D game, which didn’t provide an opportunity to enjoy it in three dimensions.
Via: gizmowatch.com

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