"'Girls don't win... Girls have fashion shows.' But that all changed earlier this year, when a little-known gameplayer named Stevie 'Killcreek' Case challenged John Romero, one of the creators of Doom and Quake, to take on a woman at his own game."
"These are pictures taken on November 11, 1999 in the CAVE at NCSA where we were testing out VMD (Visual Molecular Dynamics) the molecular visualization software that I develop at the Beckman Institute. After we all played with VMD for a while, we spontaneously realized that we should be taking pictures of it with Kirby's digital camera since we didn't have any pictures of VMD in the CAVE yet. (we had already been running it for an hour, so the picture taking was the last thing we did.) Once we got tired of playing with VMD, we decided to relax with some CAVE Quake :-)"
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Most of us gamers have heard about the Quake experience in VR on the Oculus Rift. Here is my latest Quake gaming history video [23 minutes length] about the less well known, very first Quake experience in virtual reality.
Cave Quake II: The Bat Cave or the Fear Cave? CAVE QUAKE II is an adaptation of the popular PC game Quake2 for the CAVE, the world's best virtual reality platform! The demo is not a true Quake2 client, but it is quite playable and shows how compelling a game becomes with life-sized stereo graphics! …