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This was done for an M& class I took last semester. The project was to reverse engineer a product and examine with what and by what means it was made. Instead of pasting the parts up on a board and lableing them, I thought this was a better way to present this particular product. It also has a nice sculptural appeal, I feel.
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Nov 3, 2005, 8:38:21 PM
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scince you were able to see inside do you know what might be the cause if you spun the joystick to fast,or to much and made it weak(awnser ex:you wore the thing out..or something like that)thankyou
This reminds me of When I took apart a Crappy PS1 Controller... That was the Day I found out how them Damn things Vibrate! There were Two Rods, one with a Big Weight on it, and the other with a Small one. When it got the Impulse, they Shook like an SOB, and that's what you feel...
wow, thats so cool. you just saved me a controller, cuz now i wont have to rip mine apart to see how it works although, the control stick on mine IS turning to dust cause I play it too much... hmm...
That is just about the most badass looking thing I have seen in a long time. Being a tube radio restorer, this reminds me of the exploded views of old radios in the Sams Photofact manuals. You should see about sending a pic and letter to Nintendo Power Magazine; I guarantee they'd put it in! Rock ON, man!!!
Amazing concept and perfectly executed. I'm not sure if you know or anyone has mentioned it yet but this photograph also appears in the April 2006 issue of NGC Magazine - and it must be good to appear in there!