Following the release of Nintendo’s 3DS portable game console, there is another announcement from Nintendo that would apparently serve the household gaming fanatics not only in Japan, but to other parts of the world as well.
Nintendo 3DS is a 3D device that features three-dimensional gaming sans 3D glasses, an accelerometer, gyroscope, analog circle pad, home button, pedometer and a Street Pass function. The device also has dual cameras of which you can take 3D photographs.
The 3D intensity is also adjustable where you can choose to lower its level as it would not be healthy for the eyes to be exposed too much in 3D images.
This gaming console has already been released at the first quarter of this year in Japan, Europe and North America. However, the results of its financial briefing have shown that the sales are hitting low. In fact, the company’s official number of total 3DS unit sold worldwide in March is only 3.61 million.
For that reason, Nintendo right now impresses its resiliency by launching the 3DS TV service. The Nintendo’s Itsu no Ma ni Terebi, a 3D TV service was launched to offer wireless download of 3D TV shows to 3DS devices daily.
Accordingly, Nintendo have its initial line up with 7 TV shows listed below:
- Scheduled Animals Calendar
- Suddenly, View Special Selected Tracks 3D
- 3D Magic Classroom
- Idling! 3D Sumo Place
- Pop Daily
- Forest of 3D Sculptures
- Enjoy! Sport
So far, there are yet two TV networks in Japan that offer the service, the Nippon TV Network and Fuji TV Network.