At Nintendo’s press conference today, they announced that they will be providing more content via their Nintendo Video Channel on the 3DS. Other changes are coming to the 3DS which includes changes to the eShop and even providing the ability for players to buy content on the internet via smartphone or PC. More information will be provided in the coming months.

From the press release:

    Nintendo today announces a partnership with Red Bull Media House to offer Nintendo 3DS owners a series of unique 3D video clips which will become available to download via Nintendo Video and view in 3D on your Nintendo 3DS system.

    The clips which will launch over the next few months include highlights of the Red Bull Rampage mountain biking championships which saw American rider Cameron Zink claim the top spot. Also be sure to check out highlights of the hard fought Red Bull BC One US Final where B-Boy El Nino won the US final and earned the right to represent the USA at the Red Bull BC One finals in Russia.

    Other highlights include the US Surfing Open 2010, extreme dirt bike riding at The Red Bull Dirt Pipe 2010, kayaking at the Red Bull Northern Exposure 2011 and highlights of the world’s hardest downhill skiing course the Red Bull Streif-Abfahrt, all available to view in 3D on your Nintendo 3DS system over the coming months.

    The partnership with Red Bull Media House is one part of a series of collaborations that deliver new 3D content to Nintendo 3DS owners across Europe. Nintendo Video uses SpotPass™ technology that allows Nintendo 3DS owners to receive content while on the move, enabling you to connect to compatible public hotspots or wireless broadband Internet connections at home, even if your Nintendo 3DS console is in Sleep Mode.

    Once connected, your Nintendo 3DS is enabled to automatically receive a host of content such as 3D videos for Nintendo Video, notifications, extra content for your software and system updates without lifting a finger.

    Don’t forget that Nintendo 3DS is backwards compatible, allowing you to play the extensive Nintendo DS ™ and Nintendo DSi ™ back catalogue of more than 1,000 games. The Nintendo 3DS also lets parents manage the content their children can access through a Parental Control feature. Nintendo gives each player the choice, as it is simple to change the level of 3D, or even turn it off, using the built-in 3D Depth Slider.