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Unformatted text preview: inches, and plans to start selling the screens to other manufactures this year (Nintendo Takes On 3-D Challenge). This kind Nintendo 3DS will have two screens, one of which is a 3.5-inch, 3-D display. This system uses a slide bar to change the depth, and make it possible to play 3-D and 2-D games. Zhang2 Nintendo Company has many new techniques successful cases, such as the motion-sensing controls of its Wii that people are interesting about the new Nintendo 3DS. Sonys video game head, Kaz Hirai, agree Nintendo use 3-D technology for game, and they hope they can make it successful so that more and more customers can experience 3-D games and reform the game history. (WAKABAYASHI, Nintendo Takes On 3-D Challenge) Works Cited WAKABAYASHI, DAISUKE. Nintendo Takes On 3-D Challenge. 18 June 2010. 23 June 2010 <http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703650604575312692827377012. html?mod=WSJ_PersonalTechnology_LEFTTop>....
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