History of 3D Gaming

Curious about the history of 3D gaming? Here’s a fantastic interview on 3D gaming history by Jason Reed at Wizard World’s Anaheim Comic Con 2011! This interview highlights the following 3-D video game milestones as well as Nintendo’s early roots in motion gaming:

  • 1983 Vectrex 3D Imager
  • 1987 Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), Square Enix’s 3D Anaglyph Glasses for the games 3-D World Runner & Rad Racer
  • 1987 Nintendo Famicom, 3D System
  • 1988 Sega Master System, 3D Glasses
  • 1995 Nintendo Virtual Boy

Interview with Mark Weber of videogamemuseum.com from Highlight Media on Vimeo.

We’d like to thank Jason for the overwhelming surprise of putting this all together. The quality of this video and interview speaks for itself. Well done and many thanks!