The lights are on
We've all been in this situation. We're playing a multi-disc game, we finish up disc one and it's time for two, but we're in the zone! We don't want to to get up! Thankfully, someone from Finland has ended this epidemic.
YouTube user zwenkka posted the video below showing a Lego and mobile phone app assisted contraption that can change your disc for you. It is a little slow, but what's a little bit of wait time when you barely have to lift a finger to continue your adventure, or start an all new one.
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The future is now!!!
why hasn't any company made this yet?
This is perfect for my lazy lifestyle.
now you can have metal gear legacy on xflop ^^
I'd laugh my ass of if it starts malfunctioning and breaks all those discs.
Though this is awesome, if you have a TV with HDMI capability you could just buy a long HDMI cable and set your Xbox right next to you.
Laziness is over 9000!
This was a triumph!!
This is the height of human invention, we need nothing else.
This is pretty cool. I bet it was more fun building it than it was using it, though. Thing is huge and relatively slow.
I do find it interesting though, that people automatically go to 'lazy'. Hardly. Cars are lazy, but would you call people who build cars lazy? Er... Built? I guess they're made on automated lines now.
This frees up some time to make a run to the bathroom or something. You can use this newly acquired time to be active and do something, instead of just sitting on your couch like a bum.
"We've all been in this situation. We're playing a multi-disc game, ..."
Lemme stop you there. You mean to say, "We're playing a game and want to play something else, but are so loaded down on Mountain Dew that we don't feel like getting off the couch" :D
I need this
For me, it wouldn't even matter; I have my consoles sitting right next to my desktop, and literally in arm's reach of me (I have them all hooked up to my monitor). I'm a different kind of lazy ass :P.
this person clearly has way to much time on his hands