VR has re-emerged as a new yet somewhat familiar trend, one that first appeared more than 30 years ago, when home computers entered the stage. In the 1990s, Atari, Sega and Nintendo made the first attempts to bring VR goggles to the mass market, but clunky hardware design and low-quality graphics fell short of customer expectations.
This time it is different. Visit the VR zone to experience games and much more with a comprehensive offering of modern VR/AR hardware.
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I am a happy owner of ZX Spectrum+ with Kempston interface and green Neptun 156 screen. See you at Pixel Heaven 2016.