Nintendo Labo Creation Thread

delete12345

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Reddit Community: https://www.reddit.com/r/nintendolabo/
Twitter Hashtag: #NintendoLabo, #Nintendo_Labo

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Tic Tac Toe: https://twitter.com/QI49m/status/988443596566102017

Dragon Quest Music: https://twitter.com/LynnSuzu/status/987703987171307520

Timer: https://twitter.com/riceball0712/status/987352437810802688

Virtual Face: https://twitter.com/hitokage22/status/987698513625530368

DOOM synth: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bh1lyxgggGc/?taken-by=navernoesleep

IdolMaster chant!: https://twitter.com/skg_ty/status/987734088562835457

Nintendo modeled the Joycon: https://twitter.com/JamesPopStar/status/987584113518374912

A Drinking Party Game: https://twitter.com/Dalagonash/status/986660330393735169

A rhythm game: https://twitter.com/mo3ore/status/987576538269863936

Mozart: https://twitter.com/LynnSuzu/status/987691794015051776

An actual fully composed soundtrack (Kemono Friends opening theme): http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm33085780

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Labo cardboards have uses outside of Labo in general. Here's a sample list:

  • Fishing Pole cardboard -> Vertical Arcade Stand
  • Piano cardboard -> Tabletop Stand (insert the USB underneath)
  • Moterbike cardboard -> Switch dock for bed (place motorbike cardboard on lap while on bed/on couch)
  • RC Car -> Alternate Joycon Grip
  • House cardboard -> 90 degrees Switch Dock
 
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Oct 25, 2017
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That doom synth is badass. I’m enjoying watching what people come up with. Makes me consider picking it up one day.
 

skittzo0413

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Oct 25, 2017
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Oh wow I remember there was some concern about what you could display on the screen as an output, glad it looks like it's more than just flashing the screen white.
 

HardRojo

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I should've mentioned it's a reference to another poster in a spoiler, lol.
Even if it's a reference to something, I don't see how your post works in the context of this thread even as a joke, there's no punchline.

Anyway, looking forward to picking this up later this year when I get a Switch. I'm waiting for Black Friday for a good deal. I'm sure I'll have fun by simply build all the stuff this has.
 

signal

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Oct 28, 2017
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Is using the piano as a piano to make music a sophisticated creation? Some of the others are kool though.
 

compo

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Oct 27, 2017
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Well now I'm confused as to what Labo even is anymore. I got too hung up on the cardboard, and didn't look into it.

I guess I'll have to research Labo a bit to see if I'd be interested in this.
 

skittzo0413

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Oct 25, 2017
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Well now I'm confused as to what Labo even is anymore. I got too hung up on the cardboard, and didn't look into it.

I guess I'll have to research Labo a bit to see if I'd be interested in this.
It has a fully functional programming interface that lets you use all of the Switch's inputs (buttons, motion sensors, IR camera, etc.) to perform a wide variety of outputs.
 

cw_sasuke

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Oct 27, 2017
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Man this is cool...we are only 1 day and 2 sets in. Cant wait to see what things we will see a couple weeks from now.
 

Gino

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Its awesome so far. My kids wont stop bugging me to build more. The feel of fishing king of blew me away. Crazy realistic feel.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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THIS right here is exactly why I'm so pumped for Labo. The decision by Nintendo to make it seemingly so open-ended and customize-able seriously bumps this up from a one-and-done novelty, to a really cool creative tool.
 

Red Alert

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Nintendo belowed innovation creator such as rom hack but 60$ , mcdonalds toys but 15$ returns with latest innovation yet. Virtual piano but 70$
 

foxuzamaki

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Oct 25, 2017
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There's a guy who I retweeted who madea ame where you catch stuff in a hat and it counts every item, like he was throwing cards, one card got caught on top of the hat, but the second card got thrown ontop of it and they both fell in together kinda ontop of eachother and yet the switch still counted both of them as separate, it was kinda insane.
 

Zonic

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So glad people are already making covers with the piano. As soon as I saw the music creator part, I thought to myself "oh man, people are gonna have so much fun with this like with the Mario Paint music maker"

Might get this eventually, but I feel like I'm gonna get more enjoyment watching people program neat things or perform music than playing it myself.
 

Majukun

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no idea what am i looking at on anything that isn't music on the piano thing..can you freely modify the software on some labo or something?
 

skittzo0413

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There's a guy who I retweeted who madea ame where you catch stuff in a hat and it counts every item, like he was throwing cards, one card got caught on top of the hat, but the second card got thrown ontop of it and they both fell in together kinda ontop of eachother and yet the switch still counted both of them as separate, it was kinda insane.
Oh could you share a link to that? That sounds bonkers
 
Oct 27, 2017
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Is there anyway to share this kind of stuff through labo? It's all really cool but I'm probably not talented enough to come up with anything like this myself.
 

brainchild

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no idea what am i looking at on anything that isn't music on the piano thing..can you freely modify the software on some labo or something?
There are basic programming tools (input, output nodes with IF, THEN statements) that allow you to make your own rules on how to utilize the hardware. The possibilities are literally endless.

They need to attach balloons to the backs and create an IRL Mario Kart Battle Mode.
That could legitimately be a really fun game!
 

Nachos

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Oct 26, 2017
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I had a papercraft phase in high school, so Labo is one of the biggest things making me consider a Switch. I'm really interested in what comes out in the next few months.

Let me translate:

Nintendo, beloved for innovations such as a $60 ROM hack (Mario Maker) and $15 McDonald's toys (Amiibos) returns with their latest innovation yet: a $70 virtual piano.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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Let me translate:

Nintendo, beloved for innovations such as a $60 ROM hack (Mario Maker) and $15 McDonald's toys (Amiibos) returns with their latest innovation yet: a $70 virtual piano.
How in the world is Mario Maker considered a rom hack? Also, I don't get the big deal with your dislike for Amiibos...they are toys...kids and adults alike enjoy toys and they sell...whats' the big deal?
 

WestEgg

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Let me translate:

Nintendo, beloved for innovations such as a $60 ROM hack (Mario Maker) and $15 McDonald's toys (Amiibos) returns with their latest innovation yet: a $70 virtual piano.
That's an oddly reductive way to look at it, like saying a sports car is a $20,000 radio.