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Nintendo 3DS makes Britons sick

Written on March 31, 2011 by R. Cruise

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Launched just last week in the UK, the Nintendo 3DS is reportedly making numerous of Britons sick.

The newly launched 3D game console has been getting complaints from hundreds of buyers in Britain who said they felt dizzy after playing the game.

The Nintendo 3DS is the first handheld device to offer games, entertainment and films in 3D without the need for special glasses. The gaming console pulls this feature off by flashing separate imageries into each eye, thus creating illusions of depth.

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Nintendo 3DS has 3D Video Recorder?

Written on January 15, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Since the Nintendo 3DS can shoot photos in 3D, why not shoot videos in 3D too? Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata seems to be playing with the thought.

We got 3DS capable of playing video games in 3D, it’s also capable of capturing photos in 3D. So why not make it record videos in 3D as well? That’s not precisely what Satoru Iwata, the CEO of Nintendo Company, said, but he did give a little hint of what might happen once the Nintendo 3DS kicks into full throttle come February.

During a dialogue session between Shigeru Miyamoto and Satoru Iwata, the two gave some pretty inspiring hints that they may make the 3DS’s 3D photo feature into a video feature. Soon-to-be 3DS owners won’t need to worry of purchasing another console just to get the feature, as the Nintendo executives expresses that the 3D video will come in the form of a firmware update.

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