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VirtualBoy

Only ever released in the US and Japan the VirtualBoy (aka VR32) was Nintendo's failed attempt at a 3D console. It is shaped like a large pair of futuristic binoculars resting on a tripod. Plays games in a red screen 3D effect by projecting two separate images (one black, one red) on to 2 mirrored high-resolution LED screens. When the separate screens are viewed with both eyes, a stereoscopic effect is produced and images appear to jump towards the viewer.

Specs
CPU

NEC V810 32bit RISC 20mHz
1Kbyte instruction cache

DISPLAY

RTI (Reflection Technology Inc) SLA (P4)
384x224 resolution
The two screens run at a rate of 50.2 frames per second.
(4 color with 32 levels of Intensity
50.2Hz h-scan

RAM

1 Mb D-RAM

VIDEO RAM

512 Kb P-SRAM

CACHED MEMORY

1Kb

SOUND

16-bit Stereo

Games

Virtual Fishing

Galactic Pinball