Change: The engineer builds “the world’s largest console” and donates it to charity

Achieved by an American engineer “The world’s largest Nintendo switch” It was donated to the local Children’s Hospital. You can see this version of the Nintendo Switch at the beginning of the message and in the image below, It measures 177 cm by approximately 76 cm and weighs approximately 30 kg. Overall, it’s 650% larger than a regular Nintendo Switch.

Created by Michael Big, who This giant Nintendo switch was donated to St. Jude Children’s Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee. He said via Reddit: “Kids love this, honestly, this is the best part of the story. I like the Nintendo Switch. It’s small, it’s small … but it’s easy to miss, it’s a problem for me. By the way, it’s a little hard to fix.

As shown in the video, Every button of this giant Nintendo switch works well, Including joysticks and top buttons. The outer parts of the screen are made of wood. Players can, of course, play using a regular controller.

This giant Nintendo Switch is in practice A TV and Nintendo Switch Dock are integrated into a support framework. The console is inside the Joy-con frame and the giant wooden buttons, when pressed, activate a series of physical levers that press the actual Joy-con buttons. The same goes for analog sticks. Joy-cons are connected to a power supply to ensure they are not filtered.

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Nintendo Switch: 650% larger

Veronica Tucker

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