As we suspected, the Nintendo 3DS was unveiled at the 2010 E3 Expo, and its just as exciting as we thought. The portable gaming device will allow users to play in 3D without the use of those bulky glasses that movies and 3D TV require.
On Tuesday, execs showed up to the L.A. tech convention, giving a preview of all the features of the new 3DS. The handheld will not only feature a split 3D viewing screen on top that creates the multi-dimensional effect, but it will also have a 3-inch 2D touchscreen on the bottom.
In addition, the device will include has a motion sensor, gyrometer, a slide pad and three separate cameras to optimize the gaming experience. The 3DS will be available in stores in March 2011, but no price has been announced yet.
In other 3D news, Sony announced that it will release 20 3D games for the PS3 by next March (you'll need glasses for these), and 40 new games that are compatible with the Move system. With the announcement of the 3DS, the soon-to-be-released Move controller and the forthcoming Project Natal system, there's a ton of exciting technology in store for major gamers. Which are you most excited for?