Moonshake – Stereoscopic Display System #piday #raspberrypi
A beautifully designed concept piece from @moonshke3d. The idea of this headset is to play 64-bit games in an immersive 3D display. More from Yanko Design:
Is that an Atari VR headset!? No, but it could have been! Designed by Denmark-based CGI artist Moonshake3D, the Stereoscopic Display System is a nostalgia-evoking headset concept that imagines what VR tech could have looked like if it was invented pre-Y2K. Powered by a Raspberry Pi chip, the Stereoscopic Display System is a 3-dimensional 64-bit gaming system that brings retro-style gaming into an absolutely new dimension. With a design that’s a reference to the olden days of wood-veneering on gaming consoles, along with transparent casings that are reminiscent of turntables, the Monshake Stereoscopic Display System combines past and present (and even some future) into one absolutely delightful package.
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Lol! VR was invented before y2k and it didn’t look half that sleek…