On June 22, 2011, Tomita Technologies (hereafter “Tomita”) filed suit against Nintendo over their newest handheld system, the Nintendo 3DS, claiming infringement on Tomita’s U.S. Patent No. 7,417,664 (hereafter ‘664). The ‘664 patent, owned by Seijiro Tomita and filed in 2003, describes autostereoscopy, a technology that allows a user to see a video in three-dimensions without the use of special equipment such as eye glasses. Tomito wants to be compensated for all damages and legal fees. Currently the 3DS, which debuted in the U.S.