Geeky DIY: NES controller nightlight

On July 19, 2013, in Geeky, by Mike Jefferson

We already covered steampunk NES table, but if you’re fan of Nintendo Entertainment System, or you’re just a video game geek, you might be interested in today’s geeky treat.


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NFS fans, got some extra space in your bedroom? This DIY project we’ve just spotted will definitely get stuck in your head. Just looking at the image of this Need For Speed Shift arcade, we don’t think many would be able to tell that its actually home made!

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Based on a Jensen #75 steam engine, which is used to drive a Lego Technic motor. The clever inventor, Thomas uses the motor in this project, to feed into a voltage regulator circuit, providing a continuous 5V charge to what ever gadget or device is plugged into the USB end, in this case an iPod.

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Check out the video after the jump…

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Remember the really cool MacBook logo LCD mod done by Eddie (EdsJunk)? Eddie has now unveiled how he did it, in fact, he has now revealed a tutorial to doing it in the comfort of your own home, though you will need to have bought a small LCD monitor / screen and some solder to do this mod. This could be an excellent DIY project for this weekend for anyone who was interested in incising their MacBooks 🙂

Check out the tutorial at Eddie’s website here

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