Nintendo wins second Emmy award for DS and Wii controls

Emmy Awards  - Image 1After grabbing an Emmy award for its iconic D-pad last year,  Nintendo managed to bag another Emmy Award for excellence in engineering creativity, this time recognizing the Wii’s motion-sensing controls and the DS’s unique interface. More details in the full article!

Nintendo Wii console - Image 1Nintendo is at it again, now that they received another Emmy award from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for its innovative Wii motion-sensing controls, and the dual-screen and tactile interface of the Nintendo DS.

The award was presented in Las Vegas on January 7 at the Technological and Engineering Emmy Awards. This would be the second award that Nintendo has received in a row, with the previous award recognizing Nintendo’s invention of the plus-shaped D-pad that is widely used in many gaming peripherals.

The invention netted the gaming company the Emmy Award for Peripheral Development and Technological Impact of Video Game Controllers last year.

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