Los Angeles (CNN) — Nintendo is taking the idea of the “second screen” to a new level.

For example, in a video demo of the system, which Nintendo showed off during a press conference at the E3 Expo in Los Angeles, a player puts his finger on a throwing star on the remote control’s screen. With a swipe, the player throws this weapon at the TV screen across the room, and the object shows up there immediately — as if it really flew through the air.

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