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This custom Nintendo doesn’t only look like a chest from the game, but it also contains a spinning and floating Triforce.

Originally found by Kotaku, the custom Legend of Zelda console comes from the genius’s over at Mako Mod. The most striking feature of the design is not the beautiful wood grain, nor the metal chains that run from the lid to the top of the case, but the rotating Triforce that actually floats in mid-air.

Purchased recently on eBay for just over 1,000 euros, the NES uses “electromagnetic levitation technology” and a “near-field wireless transmission of electricity” to create the effect, which is really, really cool.

Make sure to check out the video above to see the mod in all its glory.

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Source: Kotaku


About Matt Buchholtz

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Matt learned how to play video games from his grandma, who bravely adventured with him through the “terrifying” halls of Shadowgate. He plays a lot of Dungeons & Dragons on a podcast with comedians. Find him on Twitter @mattisgrounded

Levitating Triforce makes this the coolest NES hardware mod ever

It's dangerous out to go alone—take this modded NES.

By Matt Buchholtz | 10/13/2016 03:30 PM PT

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This custom Nintendo doesn’t only look like a chest from the game, but it also contains a spinning and floating Triforce.

Originally found by Kotaku, the custom Legend of Zelda console comes from the genius’s over at Mako Mod. The most striking feature of the design is not the beautiful wood grain, nor the metal chains that run from the lid to the top of the case, but the rotating Triforce that actually floats in mid-air.

Purchased recently on eBay for just over 1,000 euros, the NES uses “electromagnetic levitation technology” and a “near-field wireless transmission of electricity” to create the effect, which is really, really cool.

Make sure to check out the video above to see the mod in all its glory.

Read More

Source: Kotaku



About Matt Buchholtz

view all posts

Matt learned how to play video games from his grandma, who bravely adventured with him through the “terrifying” halls of Shadowgate. He plays a lot of Dungeons & Dragons on a podcast with comedians. Find him on Twitter @mattisgrounded