The History of 3D in Games, The Opening Exhibit of the Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment

“The History of 3D in Games” is the opening exhibition of The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment, a new museum in Oakland that is dedicated to video games and other interactive art. The exhibition will feature nearly 20 3D video games from 1982-1996, and all will be available for play (video preview). “The History of 3D in Games” opens Saturday, December 3 from 10am to 5pm. Entrance is free with donations accepted at the door.


Since we first wrote about the museum back in April, it has progressed from a Kickstarter project to a physical space and collection in Oakland. The museum is currently only open for events, but regular visiting hours are planned for 2012.

E.D.W. Lynch
E.D.W. Lynch

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