Like most home consoles, the Xbox Series X was specifically designed to fit nicely into the average home theater unit. [Michael Pick] Thought it wasn’t big enough, and ready to make itself the world’s largest functional Xbox Series X.
The build was partly inspired by Microsoft’s creation: a large fridge the size of an Xbox Series X. However, [Michael] He wanted to go further by maintaining gaming functionality and recreating details more faithfully, such as the Devot at the top of the console.
The first step was to create a large wooden frame, screwing the wood panels to create the basic look of the console. The lovely curved and perforated top is made up of a series of pieces through 3D printing that are glued together to mimic the feature on the actual console itself. The back was also given a fake giant port that looked like the real thing.
Inside the real hack, though. The Xbox hardware itself sits on a small shelf inside the frame. A few servo motors are set up when the corresponding buttons are pressed on the giant Xbox to press the buttons on the actual console. This goes a long way in making the build feel “real” to the user.
The final construction measures 2 m (6.5 ft) long and 1 m wide, weighing a total of 113 kg (250 lb). It was good enough to win [Michael] Guinness World Record for his suffering. The construction was later donated to a local youth center in Georgia.
We have seen [Michael]Before its giant construction, too; His 300%-sized Nerf song was a special highlight. Video after the break.