In the arena of modified consoles, there are endless possibilities, one of them gives New life to the NES by transforming it into a Nintendo Switch dock.
For example, there are superficial modifications, such as aesthetic customizations that aim to achieve an appearance that cannot be officially acquired, or there are techniques, such as messing directly with the components of a console to alter them and make them fit into another ” cabinet”.
Do you remember this Nintendo 64 that got into a Game Boy Advance SP? Or how about this person who fed up with the high prices of the Nintendo Switch and created his own version from scratch with cheap parts he ordered from China?
Halfway between aesthetic and technical modifications we can include what Reddit user IMOKRUOK did , who transformed an NES into a Nintendo Switch dock .
At first anyone would think that the man 3D printed the NES-shaped cabinet, but clarified that the entire shell is the original part of the iconic console. He also clarified that several of the internal components were created with the help of laser technology .
“Basically I made a vector file of all the shapes I wanted, I cut them into layers with a laser and pasted them,” he explained to another user who asked how he did it.
IMOKRUOK shared his feat through a video showing the modified NES working as a Nintendo Switch dock .
The funny thing is that it puts the Switch with everything and the Joy-Cons assembled . Go:
What this person achieved is a technical curiosity , but we are not sure how gentle it is with the Switch to put it in a piece of rigid plastic that leaves it covered halfway, because the screen could be scratched every time the console is threaded. hybrid.
If you want to see the photographic record of the NES transformation process, just enter here .
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