1. How did you get picked to be part of the Nintendo 3DS
I was very lucky to be chosen amongst a host of
interesting Australians and I'm delighted Nintendo chose me - it
was a really fun campaign.
2. What does it mean to be a
Nintendo 3DS ambassador?
I'm thrilled to be an Ambassador for the Nintendo
3DS Camera campaign. The 3D technology is cutting edge.
3. What are your thoughts on 3D photography?
Really easy to use and no need for special
glasses. Also you can take the console with you wherever you go
it's so compact
4. Was the Nintendo 3DS easy
to use as a camera?
Yes it is- Point and shoot could be all they need
to say in the instructions manual! So easy
5. What was the biggest
challenge you faced while using the 3DS?
Putting the Nintendo 3DS console down to do work
6. Describe your perfect 3DS
shot that you have taken?
There is a great shot with my puppy Ollie, he is
tiny but with the 3D technology he is almost jumping out of the
7. What about most amusing
picture that you have taken or modified on the 3DS?
That same photo I took of my puppy Ollie- he's
tiny but looks huge!
Did you receive
any strange looks while using the 3DS on the set of X-Factor
I didn't get strange looks on set, no but
everyone was really inquisitive of the images in 3D and wanted a
Totally off the topic... who do you think will
win the X-Factor?
I am definitely not telling!
10. What does Luke Jacobs
like best about the Nintendo 3DS and why?
I love that it is portable takes really
incredible 3D photos that shock everyone with delight!
11. Do you have a favourite
game on the Nintendo 3DS?
Not a particular favourite, but I'm looking
forward to the new Nintendo 3DS console that comes out in 'red'
12. What else can people
expect to see at the exhibition which opens next week?
There are great crocodile 3D photos from Tony
Blums and some amazing 3D images of iconic Australian landmarks
from James Morgan and of course the gorgeous Sophie Falkiner and
http://gamesites.nintendo.com.au/my-life-in-3d/ for more
information on My Life in 3D