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Illumination & Displays

Sony and Nintendo show off 3-D video game technologies

Los Angeles Times
16 June 2010

After taking over the big screen, 3-D is poised to hit the small screen via video games. Sony Corp. and Nintendo Co. presented dueling versions of 3-D gaming Tuesday at the opening of the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles.

Both companies are investing heavily in 3-D video game technology to drive the next wave of consumer spending in an industry that generates roughly $45 billion in sales worldwide.

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