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Nintendo (Japan) has delayed its 3DS update, set to bring 3D video recording and more to the dual-display handheld gaming console before the end of November, though the new functionality will still arrive in time for the holidays. According to Nintendo, the 3DS system update will now drop on December 8, 2011 with the “final stages of internal testing” blamed for the delay.
NASA just released a short (1min41) video of a reconstructed fly over the VESTA asteroid by the discovery mission, one of the stangest celestial bodies in our solar system.
Our friends at 3DContentBlog are very proud to announce that their 3D documentary “Burma – Encounters in a Forgotten Country” (Promo video clip here under) has won the best feature film at KIFF “3D Korea International Film Festival”, the first 3D film festival in Asia. The film shared the 1st award with the extensive ZDF production “Die Huberbuam” in the “Best Feature” category for long films. Further awards went to the IMAX production Sea Rex, France (Budget 5 Mio) for “Best Use of 3D-Technology” and “Symphony in 3D”, by Fabien Remblier, also France.
Written by the veteran Hollywood screenwriter Allan Loeb (“Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” “21”), the San Andreas 3D project is about the Big One: that mother of all rollers that stretches from California to Nevada first along the fault line of its title and then beyond, leaving plenty of destruction behind.
The movie is being produced by Beau Flynn, the man behind sweeping action movies like “Journey to the Center of the Earth” and the upcoming “Red Dawn” remake. New Line is developing the film, which is currently seeking directors, said a person who was briefed on the movie but not authorized to discuss it publicly, as reported by LATimes.