Retroist Atari Cosmos Podcast

Retroist Atari Cosmos Podcast

Welcome to the Retroist Atari Cosmos Podcast. In this episode I talk all about the almost forgotten Atari Cosmos. I talk about the people behind the system explore the technology and concepts behind what could have been the 1st generation holographic gaming system. I love Atari history and the Cosmos has always intrigued me. It makes me thing, “Oh, what could have been.”

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6 thoughts on “Retroist Atari Cosmos Podcast

  1. vinvectrex says:

    What a great idea for a podcast! I can’t wait to listen and learn more about this!

  2. vinvectrex says:

    The narrator for one of the Atari ads sounded like a subdued Jack Palance to me. I wonder if it was….

  3. This sounds pretty incredible and I’m disappointed that it never became a reality. As for the commercials, I really wish I could’ve played that Journey game on the 2600!

  4. Atari Adventure Square says:

    Atari had so many great ideas, concepts and projects…

    Rather than be wistful, I’m thrilled to hear of all these unrealized projects.
    Maybe somewhere, in an alternate existence…Planet Atari?

    (goes back to lab, re-jiggers the gyroscopic temporalimeter whizzywig atop a sealed VCS mint-in-box)

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