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Nintendo’s Virtual Boy of the 90s is being transformed into interactive gaming headsets for the ultimate AR gaming experience!

Who remembers the virtual boy from the 90s? The first three-dimensional, high-speed gaming experience is “very advanced” which cannot be seen on regular TV or LCD screens. After nine years of successful product design, Nintendo has released the code VR32 called Virtual Boy. Unfortunately, due to weak hardware and rapid development, this type of first virtual reality gaming system failed, becoming one of the worst-selling consoles of all time. Today, Virtual Boy is generally accepted as a failure on Nintendo’s list of innovative hits, but its design catches gamers and designers alike. James Chai, a designer from Los Angeles, brought his Creative Chops to the drawing board and gave Virtual Boy his own modern design.

Following today’s trends in retro aesthetics and gaming movement, Chai revisited Nintendo’s virtual reality experience with the Nintendo Switch Joy-Glass. Chai recognized the hybrid of the Nintendo Switch, which allows it to be converted from a portable gaming tablet to an inserted video game console for TV. This gives Nintendo Switch players the option to bring a gaming console from anywhere, which turns the Nintendo Switch into a mobile gaming device. This mobile hybrid gives the switch a leg up, so it’s no surprise that VR games like Pokemon Go are such global hits that today’s gamers are so nostalgic. Furthermore, on the market success of the game, Sai writes, “The nostalgia of the 1990s is knocking successfully, [Pokémon Go] Attracts Millions of Millionaires … Now is the time to use this retro hype to redesign existing technology and create something unique to connect with the latest generations. “So his joy-classes were born.

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With the integrated integration feature, Nintendo Switch’s hybrid Snowball, Zine Joy-Glass project games can be integrated into an integrated headset display or to external monitors such as TVs or computer screens. Transition lenses are also adapted to change the light as players switch between their headset display and external monitor gaming. Joy-Glass combines magnified reality and dual games so that many users can enjoy an enhanced video game experience together. Joy-Glass has a built-in speaker and open-ear audio that allows you to connect and interact with other Joy-Glass users. This integration of voice chats and social connections connects the producer’s enhanced reality features with the player’s reality, providing multi-layered interactivity. Like VR32’s infamous red and black screen color scheme, Zion Joy-Glass comes with an infrared camera that, as they change, transforms the game and the player’s world into zones of different sizes. Microlet display technology fills Joy-Glass lenses with better variation, faster response time and energy efficiency for video games, which is another improvement made on the VR32’s failures. Soak up all the 90s emotions and check out the rendering below.

Designer: James Chai