I must admit that I have found no real news to post. There is one thing that bugs me, though: this whole eMagin connection. Some guy on the Nintendo forums claimed Seriousgamer007 sent him a message with the phone number of some person called Bruce, who had apparently just had a meeting with Nintendo regarding stereoscopic technology.
I have spoken to the company´s communications director Joe Runde. He assured me there was no cooperation between eMagin and Nintendo, or any console manufacturer for that matter. He even doubted this technology could be implemented in the price range dictated by this market (in contrast to what Rick Shie of POC was telling me some time ago).
But even if that meeting did not concern any concrete plans, what´s still bugging me is this: How could Seriousgamer007 have known about that meeting in the first place? Don´t get me wrong, I´m convinced he doesn´t work for Nintendo. In fact, this is proof that he doesn´t. If Nintendo went around dishing out people´s phone numbers at partner cmopanies so they talk about classified stuff while being recorded so the whole internet can listen in, they would soon not have many business partners left. But it´s still intriguing to ask how he could have found out. I have no idea. But maybe the infamous Bruce will tell me. When I phoned Bruce up last week, he asked me for my understanding that he couldn´t comment on anything. But he was surprised to find out someone had taped that conversation. In return for sending him the link to Seriousgamer´s blog, I asked if he could keep me updated on his reply. So we might find out who this guy really is - and where he got this info from.
In fact, I will even meet Joe Runde in person. He´s going to the Games Convention, too. And he will show me the Z800 3D visor they just put out. And, of course, I will ask him whether he had any info on this mysterious leak. Finally, I just want to reiterate: there will be no info on the Revolution. Just so you won´t be disappointed. My guess is that Nintendo will unveil the controller at the TGS keynote speech or at the Nintendo World Store.