Michael Pick enjoys playing with his Nintendo Switch video game console. But, he has one complaint about it ... the Nintendo Switch is so small that Michael often misplaces it.
Well, he came up with a big solution to this big problem by building a giant version of the toy.
Using 3D printing, a 4K TV, and some lumber, Michael created a Nintendo Switch that measures 70 inches-by-30 inches and weighs 65 pounds. And, he wired it to actually play games.
Because the toy is so special, Michael wanted it to have the greatest impact on others, so he ended up donating it to St. Jude Children’s Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, where it’s sure to put big smiles on the faces of a bunch of kids who could use a boost.