Nintendo Labo is a new DIY way to play games on the Switch

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Nintendo has revealed a whole new lineup of video game accessories for the Switch … and they’re all made of cardboard.

Nintendo Labo is a new line of accessories that allow players to transform their Switch console and Joy-Con controllers into new ways to play. The different Labo creations (called Toy-Cons) include one that turns the Joy-Con into a fishing rod and another that turns the Switch into a 13-key piano. They all require a bit of DIY construction and interact with the console in different ways.

Nintendo Labo takes advantage of the infrared motion camera in the right Joy-Con to detect what’s happening with the cardboard creations and translate it into a game. For instance, with the Toy-Con Piano, when players press down a key, the Joy-Con will sense it and trigger that note in the game you’re playing. Read more…

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Nintendo Labo is a new DIY way to play games on the Switch