If you're lucky enough to be holding a Nintendo 3DS right now, days before the official release date, you'll note that an update went live today that added something cool: A 3D video from internet-favorite indie-rock band OK Go.
The video, "White Knuckles," features the band interacting with a bunch of trained dogs in an insanely choreographed dance routine. It's very impressive, especially with the added dimension provided by the 3DS.
You can watch the 2D movie under the cut, or just wait until Sunday, when you'll be able to watch OK Go in glorious 3D, once you download and install the update.
Nintendo promised 3D video content on their device, and they're delivering, but I gotta ask you guys: Do you care? Will you use your 3DS to watch videos, trailer, TV shows and movies in 3D? Or do you see this kind of thing being more of a gimmick than a utility?