Got $30,000 to spare? Then you can play this man’s holographic arcade games
I don't want to oversell this article too much, but to be blunt: this is why we're living in the greatest epoch of game history.
Developers like the one profiled here, Joseph White, are constantly pushing the envelope and working on whatever technological marvels suit their fancy, seemingly without a care in the world about whether or not they'll be monetarily successful. Will these ideas find an audience? Who cares, they're neat!
It's a wonderful time to play video games. We're living in an age where developers are working day and night to push the gaming medium forward, and technology is becoming affordable enough to give them the opportunity to experiment with new ways of doing so.
Take that, science and engineering! We stole all your geniuses!