The Sega Saturn is known for being a complex designed system with a multitude of processors. The geek in me has always wondered how such a system works, and what makes it so complex. Well, I stumbled across a video by Low Score Boy that goes in depth and describes how the Saturn’s multiple processors work together to draw up 2D and 3D graphics on screen. If you’re a graphics/hardware geek like me, you’ll probably find this interesting. If not, it may put you to sleep faster than a Ben Stein book on tape.
Video is after the break: