It’s one of a kind, it’s tiny and above all…. it’s very cool.
One cool and ultimately bright guy took this opportunity to create what’s now the tiniest super Nintendo, in fact using his own hands. Hugo Doris could have decided to simply use 3D printing to create his mini Nintendo, but we bet we wouldn’t be talking about him now. So perhaps well aware of this, Doris decided to use erm clay, a USB hub and a Raspberry Pi Zero to create a SNES that can rival Nintendo’s upcoming micro-NES.
As shown in this pretty nice video, Doris uses conventional sculpting tools to outline SNES’s shape before using his hand-crafted gadget to play a Mario game. This gadget is actually smaller than the original Nintendo system controllers, thereby making it the smallest in the world. Doris seems to be skillful in handcrafting anything tech, but this latest one has actually captured the world’s attention.