But despite the fanfare and razzle-dazzle footage, people checking out 3-D games for the PlayStation 3 at Sony Corp.'s sprawling booth were warned to take the special glasses off immediately, should they feel sick or giddy.
A consortium of Japanese companies is developing a CPU for electronics that will use 70 per cent less energy than conventional chips and run on solar energy.
Electronic and IT giants Fujitsu, Toshiba, Panasonic, NEC and Hitachi, along with imaging specialist Canon, are among the firms that have agreed to work on the so-called ‘super CPU’.
The production and distribution of programs to decrypt commercially produced discs would also be prohibited under legislation being prepared by the Agency for Cultural Affairs.
The virtual pop star Hatsune Miku "played" the sold-out Nokia Theater on July 2, as some 6,000 admirers stood and clapped along.