The original NES controller has become one of the most recognizable symbols of the Nintendo gaming culture, thanks to its perfectly rectangular shape and simple button design. But despite its popular appeal, people just don't game with them anymore. So, what do they do with them? They savor the memories and turn it into something more useful, like a light switch.
Instructables user p.arry.drew decided to make the wireless NES controller light switch seen in action above after he bought a few paper lanterns to light up his room. The lamps didn't have a power switch and he soon grew... more