Nintendo Switch is already a fairly large system, but a YouTuber named Michael Pick decided to make it bigger (via Polygon). The result is that the device is 650% larger than Nintendo’s portable hybrid device. Pique claims that it is the world’s largest fully functional Nintendo Switch. We believe in him. It has a height of 30 inches and a width of 70 inches, so it is impossible to touch the two buttons facing each other without stretching. Oh, the whole thing weighs 65 pounds.
The device you see is essentially the case of the 4K LED TV and the system itself. The 3D printed buttons and joysticks on the front are connected to individual Joy-cons through a series of servos. When you press one of the buttons on the switch surface, it activates the corresponding input on the related Joy-con. The advantage of this design is that Pick does not need to open the controller to make all functions run normally. Moreover, the bracket that holds the 3D printed bracket in place can be removed, so there is no need to sacrifice any Switch components.
At this point, you might ask yourself why Pick did his best to turn a portable system like the Nintendo Switch into something so impractical.I mean, watch him try Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. To open the video, Picks said that his goal was to create a “harder to lose” Switch, but he ended the editing by donating his work to St. Jude Children’s Hospital. I don’t know you, but the child in my heart likes this idea. It’s hard to imagine that it will bring a lot of joy and happiness to someone when they need it most.