Geeky: Minified Xbox One 3D print is every gamer’s treat

On January 27, 2014, in Geeky, by Mike Jefferson

3D printing is getting quite popular, and speaking of which, today we have a special 3D print that all gamers, especially ones that are fans of Xbox, are going to like.

Dave Nunez is familiar for creating minified versions of video game consoles and computers, and his latest creation is the minified Xbox One. This 3D-printed Xbox One is so small that you can compare it to a penny. This minified Xbox comes with the console itself and Kinect sensor but no controllers are available, due to its small size. The console and Kinect have their share of details despite their small size, and we have to admit that they look quite nice.

Minified version of Xbox One looks great and only flaw could be the lack of Xbox One controller, but despite that minor flaw this 3D print still looks great. Dave Nunez did an amazing job with this minified console and we can’t wait to see what will he create next.

[via Ubergizmo]

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