The Electronic Entertainment Expo, or simply E3, is a tradeshow devoted the video game industry. It was organized by the publisher of Macworld magazine, a subsidiary of International Data Group. The Pippin platform, jointly developed by Apple Computer and Bandai, was marketed at E3 events in 1995 to 1997.
E3 Expo '95Edit
E3 Expo '96Edit
Held May 16-18, 1996 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. A day earlier on May 15, 1996, Bandai Digital Entertainment unveiled the Pippin @WORLD console at a "Media Preview" event held nearby at the Beverly Hills Hotel, where Sheryl Crow performed for the guests. The media at the time was focused on Apple's "beleaguered" status.
E3: Tokyo '96Edit
E3 Expo '97Edit
Held June 19-21, 1997 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.. By then, Bandai Digital Entertainment had organized a Pippin @WORLD Business Unit to refocus the platform towards vertical markets such as corporate intranets.
- ↑ E3 1995, IGN. Accessed 2018-06-25.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 The Platform War by Marilyn A. Gillen, Billboard, p.91-92. 1995-05-13
- ↑ E3 1996, IGN, Accessed 2018-06-25.
- ↑ E3 and Other Adventures in Electronic Entertainment by Jake Richter, PC Graphics Report. 1996-05-21.
- ↑ Apple develops a low-cost 'appliance' by Dennis Michael, CNN. 1996-05-16. Archived 2001-02-10.
- ↑ The Year E3 Went to Japan and Tried to Kill the Tokyo Game Show by Luke Plunkett, Kotaku. 2011-09-19.
- ↑ From the latest titles to VR and cosplay, the Tokyo Game Show has been in Japan's corner for 20 years by Jason Coskrey, The Japan Times. 2016-09-15.
- ↑ E3 1997, IGN, Accessed 2018-06-25.
- ↑ Background of BDE, Studio02. Accessed 2018-06-25.
- ↑ Pippin @World gets Ethernet, CNET News. 1997-05-21. Archived 2004-11-25.