April 5, 2021 14:12 GMT
The Nintendo Switch measures 76cm in height and 177cm in length, and weighs around 30kg.
Michael Beck is an American engineer Mutual On April 3 on his YouTube channel, a video appeared showing the process of creating the “largest” functional Nintendo Switch in the world.
According to Beck, he likes this type of console because it is “small and portable.” However, he also believes that it is “too easy to lose”.
“This is a problem for me, so I decided to do something a little bigger and a little trickier,” he explains.
The Nintendo Switch measures 76cm in height, 177cm in length, and weighs around 30kg. The case is made of wood and has a 4K resolution screen. The result is a controller that’s 650% larger than the original.
The truth, however, is that case size wasn’t the most complicated thing to achieve, but Nintendo’s ultimate functionality through an intricate system of cables that connects the console’s giant buttons to its tiny original controls. From the inside.
It takes two people to control the massive buttons of this Nintendo device simultaneously, although it is also possible to play with a regular controller.
Beck decided to donate his impressive Nintendo Switch for Children at St. Jude Children’s Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee.
“The kids loved it! Honestly, that was the best thing about the process,” He said Choose a Reddit comment.
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