Symphonic Concert is the Latest 3D Nintendo Video
Posted by James Newton
Quick, to the 3DS!
Calm down, fans of three-dimensional footage of orchestras rehearsing: today is about to be your best day ever.
Nintendo of Europe has just released a 3D video of the Berlin Philharmoniker via SpotPass, as the world famous orchestra rehearses a performance of Russian Dance from Stravinsky's Petrushka, of course.
By now you've stopped reading this and are eagerly watching the 3D video over and over again.
RECEIVE AN EXCITING 3D PERFORMANCE FROM THE WORLD FAMOUS BERLINER PHILHARMONIKER VIA SPOTPASS – AVAILABLE NOW ON NINTENDO VIDEO
Nintendo is giving you the chance to receive a 3D performance by the world famous Berliner Philharmoniker through SpotPass. Available now via Nintendo Video™, the video shows an orchestral rehearsal of the “Russian Dance” from Igor Stravinsky’s Petrushka filmed in full 3D. The Berlin Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute recorded the performance using their state of the art 3D equipment to showcase the classic performance more vividly and realistically than ever before.
The Berliner Philharmoniker has been at the forefront of introducing new audio visual technology for almost one hundred years; from taking part in the first audio recording of a symphony in 1913, to the first audio CD recording in 1981 and in 2010 the first recording of a classical performance in 3D.
The launch of the Berliner Philharmoniker 3D performance via Nintendo 3DS is the latest affiliation with a number of organisations that will deliver content to Nintendo Video users across Europe.
The exciting 3D download of the Berliner Philharmoniker is available on Nintendo Video for a limited time.
The SpotPass feature on Nintendo 3DS allows you to automatically receive a host of exciting content such as 3D videos for Nintendo Video, notifications, add-on data for your software and system updates without lifting a finger. SpotPass content can be received automatically and free of charge from thousands of supported public Wi-Fi access points across Europe and through wireless broadband internet connections at home. It works even if the system is in Sleep Mode.