Nintendo Patents Multi-Screen Game System

Posted: Apr 16 2018, 9:52am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Nintendo Patents Multi-Screen Game System
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Nintendo’s Patent of Different Displays with Interlinked Communicability has been Filed

Nintendo is a leader in matters having to do with local multiplayer stuff. This could consist of link cables for the Game Boy consoles. Besides this, it could be regarding the hands-free connectivity of the 3DS.

A recent patent filed by the company had a new display screen which possessed unusual qualities. This move could be a trendsetter in multiplayer games.

The patent was filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office on April 12th. It comprised many screens with the possibility of communication between them. The processing gadgets are within the screens that by merely making contact with each other can relay information back and forth.

According to DigitalTrends, “Nintendo’s latest patent application is for a game system with a plurality of information processing apparatuses that are capable of communicating with each other.”

New gaming strategies could be made to occur thanks to this setup. The picture of this patent shows a finger being taken from one screen to the other.

The continuity of the connectivity is not lost despite this otherwise disconnected methodology. What almost seems like magic is that the screens don’t touch one another.

The animated ball that appears in the screens moves seamlessly from one screen to the other one with a flowing movement. These screens can be alternately placed at various angles to strike the ball between them too and forth.

It is not just two screens that are the limit for this system. The number of screens could extend to three. It will be some time before this prototype makes it to the stores.

Whatever the case, it could make family time for gamers a wonderful event full of fun and excitement. The day and age of cardboard games are over since these multiple screens with connectivity make them outdated.

The wireless linkage to form a single interface is nothing short of a scientific miracle. This system bears a close resemblance to the Wii U. Nevertheless, things are still in their early phases. A patent is just the beginning of a long process whose end result we remain unaware of.

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