Michael Pick, a Youtuber known for creating Bigger than Nintendo Switch life, happened again. This time, the content creator has announced a video showcasing his latest creation: A giant Xbox Series X that rivals a refrigerator in size and weight. (Because it’s not big enough yet.)
The giant Xbox Series X holds the record for being the largest in the world. Over 6.82 feet tall and 3.41 feet wide, this beef pie weighs in at over 250 pounds. Pick got an idea after watching Microsoft’s infamous Xbox Series X is really a full-sized refrigerator.
Pick make a video document the giant console build. He started with a relatively basic wooden exterior, but recreated specific elements on the panel like the rear connections as well as details on the top, as he notes in the video. , not even on the official Xbox Series, has the full size of the Microsoft X refrigerator.
According to Pick’s video, the hardest part was mimicking the Xbox Series X’s curved top. He created it by 3D printing a series of small parts and then gluing them all together. That step alone took two weeks, and Pick says it really “brings the building to life even though no one can see the top” because it’s so tall.
The giant console works using a relatively small, conventionally old Xbox Series X, encased in a larger console box. When you press a button on the giant Xbox, it sends a signal to the Arduino microcontroller, which commands a motor to push the button on a regular sized console.
After Pick finished building, his team brought it down to Texas for Youtuber users and artists, ZHC, who gave it an animated custom paint job. After a freshly painted shoreline, it’s finally ready to donate to the YMCA Adolescent and Youth Development Center in Atlanta, Georgia. (Though young children may need a ladder to reach the power button.)