Raspberry Pi has been used for a lot of innovative projects over the course of its existence. Some individuals take the low cost hardware and use it for teaching purposes to educate youth on computer usage. Others take a more leisurely approach and choose to use the Raspberry Pi Foundation's hardware as a retro gaming console through the use of various software installations that emulate the experience of older-generation game consoles.
We've had more than our fill of Google Glass coverage during the past twelve months, and with Facebook having recently purchased Oculus VR, even Sony has been teasing the virtual reality tech Project Morpheus that it hopes will enhance the PlayStation experience. With this sudden interest in face-worn computers, SEGA wasn't going to be left out, and while other companies seem to be looking into the future, SEGA has taken us on a trip down memory lane with its own Mega Drive head-mounted wearable.
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