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|Merged with: Retinal Displays Inc.|
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Virtuality was a British company specialized in location based VR (Virtual Reality) entertainment, founded in 1987, in Leicester, England, United Kingdom by British inventor Dr. Jonathan Waldern who has pioneered Virtual Reality since 1980.
As part of an extensive agreement with Sega, Virtuality assisted Sega AM3 in the development of the advanced Mega Visor Display headset, used in the VR-1 attraction at Sega theme park venues and the Dennou Senki Net Merc coin-operated arcade machine. In 1997, the company was acquired by and merged with Retinal Displays Inc., a Silicon Valley based company specialized in the development of Personal Display technology. Currently Jonathan Waldern is the president of Digilens (founded in 2003 by him in Sunnyvale, California).
Virtuality Promotional Video (1994)
- http://www.virtuality.com:80/docs/pssops.htm (Wayback Machine: 1997-02-27 16:50)
- http://www.virtuality.com:80/docs/lbegam.htm (Wayback Machine: 1997-02-27 16:49)
- http://www.virtuality.com:80/docs/corporat.htm (Wayback Machine: 1997-02-27 16:45)
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