Shiro have recently posted a great interview with Sega peripheral development manager Kenji Tosaki - I was aware of this last week, but regretfully didn't read until today. Lots of great insight on controllers for the Dreamcast + Saturn within (who knew batteries could give the Virtua Gun better balance), however the highlight and biggest revelation by far is the full extent of the "Virtua Visor": Based on the framework of AM4's Mega Visor Display, this was an augmented/mixed reality head-mounted display designed for home use - the technology would give off the impression of virtual reality. Tosaki spent six years of R&D on the Virtua Visor from 1991 to 1997, and made 30 prototypes (all sadly destroyed when he left). Like SOA's separate Sega VR project, it would ultimately never see release. It should be noted that, due to both using the same headset, Dave does seem to confuse the AM3/4/5 VR-1 theme park attraction with Virtuality and AM3's Dennou Senki Net Merc arcade game, and Tosaki's patents + the quote from Stephen Northcott have already been referenced on Retro for a while. Still, amazing to see these projects with more context, and even a few exclusive images.