Not long ago, Nintendo announced a new 3D-enabled version of the Nintendo DS. While details on that upcoming system are still scarce, a new game may suggest how the glasses-free machine will work.¬† A new game called Looksley’s Line Up has you searching for hidden objects in 3D dioramas and will be available this week
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In a surprising move, Nintendo announced today that the company will be releasing a new handheld platform sometime before the end of March 2011. More information will be revealed in a few months at the annual Electronics Entertainment Expo (E3), but we know the primary selling point of the system already: 3D gaming. Currently called
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Well, after years and years of hype, we’ve finally got word of the first commercially available 3D television. Last thursday, Amazon.com put up for sale Samsung 46-inch and 55-inch TVs have the capability to display 3-D programming. The sets, which are LED backlit and cost $3,300 at the high end, cost roughly 20% more than
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TV manufacturers showcasing at CES 2010 are banking on the latest television technology: 3D. That’s right, starting this year, TV set makers are going to start pushing consumers to buy 3D capable TV sets, so you’ll be able to turn your living room into Na’vi Headquarters. Feel like you’re riding that mind-dragon or whatever it
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