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Nintendo loses lawsuit over 3DS patent infringement

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A federal jury has found Nintendo guilty of infringing on the 3D display patent of Seijiro Tomita of Tomita Technologies, awarding Tomita $30.2 million in damages.

Tomita first filed the lawsuit back in 2011 – his patent for "technology relating to displaying stereoscopic images on-screen for viewing with the naked eye, i.e., without utilizing glasses or other devices" was originally filed in 2003 and granted in 2008.

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