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Saturn 3D model of Sega Saturn prototype shell

SuperH

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I have 3D modelled the prototype shell of the Sega Saturn (CES 1994 model). I will release the obj, material and texture files later this week but for now it can be viewed at:


My hope is that with the wireframe model, modders can build RPi enclosures and other fun stuff (with some modification it could even make a retail unit enclosure).
 

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I assume that Sega's original idea was to have wireless controllers as one can clearly see the "IR control system" spot on the front. Sega released wireless controllers later as a separate accessory...more info here. What do you suppose they were planning to put underneath that little control panel on the front? Maybe some controller ports for wired controllers?
 

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Yeah my assumption is there’d be two controller ports hidden behind that panel; however part of me thinks they just didn’t have time to model the ports so ‘cheated’ by just putting that panel there for the mock-up
 
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