The YouTube Developers Association has created a variety of wild devices over the years. Hacksmith Channel has created a lightweight, functional sword that transforms the "miserable robot queen" (in his own words) Simon Gertz Tesla into a pickup truck before Musk & Co. unveils the real electronic truck. And now, we have YouTuber Electo and Lamborghini - unfortunately, Hamburgini.
Yes, you read that correctly. Electo created "The World's Fastest Riding Pig Minecraft Pig" (we believe this is the only Minecraft Riding Pig in the world) and chose to name his cool piece "Hamburgini". I think if anything else you should earn points for creativity. And before you ask, yes, it works - great, even if you pay attention to the Electo video.
This is probably not the safest way to get around the world. The balance appears to be struggling at high speeds (a Hamburgini at 20mph), and its batteries were assembled using the words of Electo himself, a "design welder" he found online. But who can blame him? According to his video, off-the-shelf batteries can be quite expensive - over $400.
Anyway, after assembling a makeshift battery, the next step was for the hamburghini to move and spin. To get to first place he broke some skateboard wheels from a roof lying on the house and dropped them on two wooden legs of a minecraft pig. He chose the cart's highly modified wheels forward to make sure the pig could spin (somehow) and then attached the motor to help the wheels turn.
Next, Elekto put everything together, and painted Hamburg similar to its Minecraft counterpart. The results are very impressive!
But how does one really lead the way? Simple: you can create a carrot on wood in the real world, tap the infrared sensor on the pig's "head" and calibrate it to detect orange. It seems to have been working with Electo most of the time, but as a security bug, it also added a manual control to the side of the stick to detect if the pig could detect something else that looked orange. Then increase your speed.
To finish his video, Electo competes with a Hamburgini (along with his high guts) against his friend. Unfortunately, the friend said he had no chance. As it turns out, even for a relatively human, it's relatively hard to get past a 20 mph monster. However, both Electo and his friend seemed to be enjoying the whole process, so there was more power for the two of them.
Maybe he will create Titanfall mechanics in the future? Only time is shown.
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YouTuber Electo is a real Minecraft hog and works at a maximum of 20 megapixels per hour