Giant NES controller made of LEGO
Not only is this 5-foot long NES controller made entirely of Lego bricks, but the thing actually works. Baron von Brunk first had the idea over the summer and spent the last few months putting this behemoth together. In that time, not only did he construct the exterior Lego shell, but he also finished the inside to include spring loaded modules for the buttons that he soldered to an actual NES circuit board.
Making music with a NES-Controller
A dream come true. Props goes to Yeuda Ben-Atar, who modded an old NES-Controller into a 8 button midi controller, which make great beats. Watch the video.
Back in 1989 Nintendo revolutionized the video game industry by releasing one of the most popular devices ever, the Nintendo Game Boy.
Although now this 8-bit gaming device seems more like an ancient artifact than anything, many of us would spend hours upon hours playing with this handheld game console. In 1992, this stunning ‘Watch Boy’ was released paying homage to the classic Game Boy portable console. Aside from the massive nostalgic feelings you’ll get from wearing this around your wrist, it’s actually a fully functional watch. The Nintendo Game Boy watch shown above is rare collector’s item, and has recently been listed on eBay for purchase.
Old school gaming continues to reign supreme with another cool accessory in this Nintendo lunchbox.