Fuji TV's video streaming content will commence tomorrow.
Itsu no Ma ni Terebi, or "SpotPass TV", a new service for 3DS, will be launching tomorrow, June 21 in Japan, in accordance with the collaboration announcement given by Nintendo last September.
Working with popular network Fuji TV, 3DS owners will be able to watch several minutes of 3D footage from new, completely original series for free. Once enabled through SpotPass, episodes of each show will be automatically downloaded wirelessly to the 3DS every day.
The initial lineup of TV shows is as follows:
Scheduled Animals' Calendar: Meeting and learning about animals in 3D.
Suddenly, View Special Selected Tracks 3D: See what it's like from the driver's seat of trains in 3D.
3D Magic Classroom: A daily lesson in prestidigitation, shown in 3D.
Idling! 3D Sumo Place: Some kind of challenge activity show for upcoming idol girls. The first episode features sumo wrestling.
Pop Daily: A short form drama about four characters moving to an office job in the countryside. The show focuses on teaching people random factoids like popular phrases.
Forest of 3D Sculptures (Shown Monday-Friday): A tour of Japan's first outdoor museum, "Hakone Open Air Museum".
Enjoy! Sport (Shown Saturdays): A sport show featuring such events as volleyball, gymnastics, basketball and F1 racing in full 3D.
Fuji TV plans to expand the list of available shows in the near future.