Losing my VRginity to: Virtuality 1000CS

The late 1980s and early 1990s was a time of turbulence for virtual reality (VR). Many of today’s development community got their first taste of the technology in this period, thanks largely to the popularity of Virtuality head-mounted displays (HMDs) in the out-of-home entertainment sector, and most, such as Innervision Games’ Tony Davidson, came away disappointed. However, the pioneers of today wouldn’t let yesterday’s failures stand in their way, and this is exactly the story that Davidson has to tell.

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