Dutch Students Built World's Biggest NES Controller

May 20, 2011
A group of engineering students from the Dutch University of TU Delft has come up with what they claim to be the world's biggest NES controller.

According to the team their version of the controller is 30 times larger than the original.

The device measures 12 feet by 5 feet (3.6x1.6 meters). They assembled the controller at main market place of Delft.

The device was connected to a standard NES that in its turn was hooked up to a huge display.

A lot of gamers gathered not only to observe the invention but also try it and play Super Mario Bros. and Tetris.

There has been no information on whether the record will be officially included in Guinness World Records.

[via Tweakers.net]


posted by: Gadgets Infoniac

Jun 21, 2011 07:40 PM » posted by: Adele

Such a deep asewnr! GD&RVVF

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