Here's something very cool: a rare look so far behind the scenes of how a video game console is made that you're seeing the very beginning. The injection moulds used to actually make the plastic components that came together to become an Atari Jaguar.
To recap: the Jaguar sucked, it died a horrible death, and it brought Atari down with it. But we're not here to make fun of a dead 90s console. We're here to marvel at the machinery that made them, a set of injection mould "tooling packages" that reportedly cost Atari around $250,000 to design and build.