The Nintendo Switch can be used in docked or handheld mode, but sometimes, you want something a bit more unconventional. Gamer Michael Pick thought so at least, and that’s why he decided to build the world’s largest Nintendo Switch that actually works. First, he handcrafted the shell, buttons, and then 3D-printed mounts for the Joy-Con controllers. Yes, all of the giant buttons and triggers that you are fully functional. Read more for a video and additional information.
The Joy-Con in the 3D-printed mount is connected to servos that communicate with an Arduino microcontroller to ensure that all the buttons work properly. The completed game console has a 4K display and weighs in at a hefty 65-pounds, while measuring 30-inches tall as well as 70-inches wide. To be more specific, it’s 650% larger than a standard Nintendo Switch.
- Your go-to 2 player fight stick choice for emulation of arcade games with your friends and family at home. Features sturdy buttons and great joystick ergonomics
- High Performance: Features large, spaced-out buttons, 8 direction bat top joystick to deliver great responsiveness and excellent control with a real arcade feel. Trackball is intended to be used with emulation environment
- Comfortable Gaming: Arcade style top panel offers a support on your arm, wrist, and whole hand for better control
- Easy Access: Top lid can be opened access the internal parts for full control and customization to your own game style. Roomy interior with additional storage for USB cable and other components
- Broad Compatibility. Works with PC Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP, Linux, Mac, Android, Raspberry Pi, PlayStation 3, Xbox PC Version with a specific driver installed on PC