Hand Carved Working Micro SNES Console (Video)
It’s crazy to think that technology has come so far that we can now build gaming consoles at home for a fraction of the price they once were, and a fraction of the size. The Super Nintendo Entertainment System was a must have for every kid that grew up in the early 90s and allowed us to play some of the most iconic games to date. Well one guy found a way to make a tiny version of this awesome gaming console and he makes it look so easy. Now I want one.
YouTuber lyberty5 has come up with an amazing way to recreate the Super Nintendo Entertainment System using a Raspberry Pi Zero, a USB hub, and some clay. Yes I said clay. Obviously you need to have some skill in sculpting and at least a little knowledge about the workings of a circuit board, but with some time a patients I’m sure anyone could learn how to make this micro console. The finished product is an amazingly small blast from the past that you can literally take anywhere.
So check out the video below of the SNES Micro build and let us know what you think Nerd Nation. Does this look like something you would want to own and if so how much would you be willing to pay for one? Also, if you are brave enough to try and building one yourself let us know so we can share your results. Be sure to let us know your thoughts on this by leaving them in a comment below, on the Facebook page, or hit me up on the Twitter page @Nerdgasmneeds