Probably everyone who grew up in the 1990s is familiar with the Nintendo 64's break out first-person shooter game Golden Eye 007, but I'm sure you've never even dreamed it to be as real as this DIY, remote mine created by an industrial designer named Shane from NYC.
Now that 3D printing technology has become slightly more affordable and thus accessible to the public, homemade geeky replicas like this remote mine are no longer the things of nerdy dreams, but instead tangible realities.
Although this remote mine replica doesn't actually explode, Shane gives an in-depth description of the dimensions and intricate steps involved with creating this neat homage to one of Nintendo's most memorable games.
Equipped working LEDs, the remote mine is even capable of producing beeping noises. At this rate, who knows what kind of nutty gamer replicas we'll be seeing in the future.
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