Retro-Inspired Electronic Game Machine Patent Art Print
Celebrate the innovative spirit of handheld gaming with this exquisitely detailed patent art print of an iconic electronic game machine. Originating from a 2007 filing by masterminds Yui Ehara and Tomoki Yamamoto in Kyoto, Japan, this blueprint showcases the ingenuity behind a dual-screened, interactive device that revolutionized portable gaming.
The art print features a crisp, high-contrast representation of the original patent sketches, including multiple views that highlight the device's sleek design and functional elements. Each aspect of the console, from the clamshell silhouette to the placement of buttons and screens, is captured with precision, making it a perfect piece for gaming enthusiasts and collectors of tech memorabilia.
Printed on premium, archival-quality paper, this art piece not only pays homage to the golden era of gaming but also serves as a conversation starter and a source of inspiration for future innovators. It is presented in a monochrome palette to emphasize the technical artistry, making it an ideal addition to any game room, office, or living space where the pioneering spirit of digital entertainment is appreciated.
Nintendo DS® Patent Print
Yui Ehara, Kyoto (JP); Tomoki Yamamoto, Kyoto (JP) , Oct. 30, 2007.