Once Zelda: Breath of the Wild out on the Nintendo Switch, this dude decided it was time to automate his home. The system is based off the ocarina from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Allen Pan used an internet connected Raspberry Pi, connected to different gadgets for his home automation system.
Playing Zelda’s Lullaby locks/unlocks the door, Sun’s Song toggles lights, Bolero of Fire turns on heat, Song of Storms controls the humidifier, and so on. He can even play a tune to unlock his car!
Artist Marinko Milosevski has quite a funky collection of posters to his name. This set presents posters from videogames. Zelda rules the set, though you will find Metroid and Metal Gear Solid having a good time on the set as well, apart from a couple other games. The posters are available at the artist’s shop.
If you get philosophical, you would find a meaning deep beneath the labyrinth of Zelda, well of course, depending on how you’re looking at things. The comic is the work of Zac Gorman.
Via Gamefreaks, NerdApproved
There it is, Link built in the 8-bit way of SNES game ‘A Link to the Past.’ The 16-bit Link holds his shiny sword high in this case made by Richard Clinton. Costs $2400.
Nintendo has released the Zelda timeline as part of a Japanese 25th anniversary artbook. It does have three parallel universes in the end. This image does a great job at translating the text of the book into an image based timeline of the franchise.
This seriously is one of the coolest flash drives we’ve ever seen. Zelda sword to protect data? F*ck yeah! These sword flash drives are custom made in various memory sizes ranging from 4GB to 32 GB and are sold at Etsy shop zantaff.
Nintendo is touching up the 3DS in a new limited edition version inspired by Zelda. The black Nintendo 3DS with gold trimmings will be out on November 25 and it appears will only be available for the European market. Well yes, it is a very subtle touch but one that suits the device anyway.
Brad Silcox made use of a Rubens’ Tube to play Legend of Zelda remix to make flames dance to the tunes of Zelda.
DeviantARTist CauseImDanJones gave the Legend of Zelda characters a makeover, presenting them as hipsters. And while he was at it, he gave the illustrations a touch of art aouveau, adding more flair to the work.
Quite like the one we saw earlier, another artist has created a tribute for 25 years of the Legend of Zelda. The print is available for purchase at artist Josh Dunbar’s store.