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Nintendo is giving 3DS owners the classic they’ve been begging for

Nintendo is giving 3DS owners the classic they’ve been begging for

Nintendo is ready to resurrect one of the most-loved titles from the Nintendo 64, launching The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D as it brings back from the dead the classic as an exclusive Nintendo 3DS game in 2015. News of the game was shared today as part of the Japanese company's latest Nintendo Direct broadcast, with the quest title set to hit shelves next Spring with hero Link going on a quest through Termina. However, given that around fifteen years have passed since Majora's Mask was first released, there've been some changes along the way.

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HP Sprout blends 3D scanning with projection-UI all-in-one

HP Sprout blends 3D scanning with projection-UI all-in-one

HP has revealed the HP Sprout, it's new "creativity station" that pairs a Windows 8.1 PC with a new HP Illuminator system blending a projector, high-resolution camera, and Intel's RealSense 3D tracking for capturing digital versions of physical objects. Similar in appearance to a regular all-in-one PC, though with a large, touch-enabled platform where you'd usually expect the keyboard to be, the Sprout is intended to allow "blending reality" for designers and gamers, with its image and motion capture system taking hand movements and 3D scans and digitizing them on the 23-inch Full HD touchscreen.

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Apple event predictions: 3D Apple, iPad Air, Mini, Yosemite

Apple event predictions: 3D Apple, iPad Air, Mini, Yosemite

Several new bits and pieces are being tipped towards release this week as Apple’s next big event takes place tomorrow, the 16th of October. We’ll be there with bells on - and information releases as fast as you can read them. There we’ll see all manner of new devices, likely an iPad Air update, a new iPad Mini, and more than likely an official releasing of OS X Yosemite for desktop and notebook machines of all kinds - including a tipped new MacBook Air with Retina display - though that's just a less-than-respectable rumor.

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Virtual Reality art: Tilt Brush expands our horizons

Virtual Reality art: Tilt Brush expands our horizons

Inside virtual reality you can create whatever you want to see and whatever environment you’d like to exist in. One fabulous example of a creation app that’s ready for testing today on a limited basis with the Oculus Rift is "Tilt Brush." This app allows you to effectively sculpt with paint - flat, yet 3D.

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Ikea’s secret to amazing catalogs? CGI, and lots of it

Ikea’s secret to amazing catalogs? CGI, and lots of it

You walk into that big, bold store and tell yourself “don’t forget a catalog on the way out this time”. The Ikea catalog is a good barometer for style on a budget, and something lying around many homes and apartments. If you recently wondered why their staged rooms looked so good while yours looks so plain, the answer may be a bit more complex than you think. Turns out, they probably didn’t stage anything - it’s CGI.

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Nintendo 3DS update adds 2nd stick, better battery, more

Nintendo 3DS update adds 2nd stick, better battery, more

Nintendo has updated the 3DS and 3DS LL (aka the 3DS XL), the Japanese company's glasses-free 3D gaming handhelds, with better 3D effects and improved controls. Revealed during a Nintendo webcast today, the new portable consoles also add a second analog stick - something Nintendo tried to fix with an add-on "Slide Pad" back in 2011 - as well as NFC, opening the door to interaction with the company's NFC-enabled amiibo game figures.

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Microsoft’s 3D Windows Phone flagship? It’s apparently dead

Microsoft’s 3D Windows Phone flagship? It’s apparently dead

Microsoft has reportedly killed its upcoming flagship Windows Phone, a motion-tracking smartphone codenamed McLaren, with attempts to motivate developers to use its 3D Touch control system supposedly falling flat. McLaren is believed to have piped Kinect-style gesture recognition into a smartphone form-factor, but according to insiders a range of issues - including cost and struggles to find a killer use-case - scuppered the project.

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Xbox One August Update brings 3D Blu-ray and remote downloads

Xbox One August Update brings 3D Blu-ray and remote downloads

If the one thing you were waiting for with the Xbox One before nabbing on was 3D Blu-ray support, you’re a strange duck. Support has come, nonetheless, and it’ll be rolling out this month. Along with this Blu-ray excellence, you’ll find a number of other oddities added to the Xbox One including "Last seen" friends list notes.

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Futurama gets a 3D makeover in new video

Futurama gets a 3D makeover in new video

Futurama, the wonderful animated sitcom that once disappeared, only to come back from the dead and give fans proper closure, has gotten a 3D makeover. The video, available after the jump, shows the world seen in the opening scene of the TV series, and it is joined by several HD renders and a model of the Planet Express ship.

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Airbus A330neo brings 3D movies to in-flight entertainment

Airbus A330neo brings 3D movies to in-flight entertainment

I am not much of a sky dweller, but when I am in a flight, a little entertainment would help with the boredom – and Airbus understand that very well. It recently launched the new A330neo, a wide body aircraft from A330 family but with upgraded in-flight entertainment system.

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LG is making a Google Project Tango device for 2015

LG is making a Google Project Tango device for 2015

Google's Project Tango team is working with LG to release a commercial device based on the platform, expected to hit store shelves in 2015. The partnership, revealed at Google IO 2014 during a presentation from Google's ATAP team of skunkworks, will see LG follow the recently-launched Project Tango developer tablet with a version intended for the everyday consumer.

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What’s the big deal with Amazon’s Fire Phone?

What’s the big deal with Amazon’s Fire Phone?

Amazon's Fire Phone is proving divisive, with the 3D smartphone encountering both curiosity and criticism for its unusual interface and underwhelming pricing structure. Rather than shaking up the smartphone industry, Amazon's "little bit different" was an even easier way to shop from the company's own store. Missed the big event? Confused about what makes the Fire Phone special - or worthy of mockery? We've got you covered.

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