Nintendo's 3D television service "Itsu no Ma ni Terebi" went live today in Japan. The service is light on actual 3D programs, and it might disappoint some. Others, it will make uncomfortable, but not for the reason you'd think.
It's no secret, 3D gaming and the 3DS and me do not mix. That's fine. Nintendo allows people like me to switch off the 3D effect and still enjoy the 3DS, which I have been doing. The 3D television experience is far more comfortable— probably because you can leave the 3DS in one place, kick back, and don't have to worry if pressing a button will knock you out of the sweetspot needed to create the 3D effect. This article is not about this. It's about a nuclear disaster, a bailout, and a building.