This Nintendo Labo toy-con creation uses sunlight to trigger the sound instead of the iconic reflective stickers.
That allowed me to keep the build simple and easy so anyone can try making one.
The sound was too faint being outside when we recorded so we attached a speaker to amplify the audio just for this video thus auxiliary cable sticking out from the console.
I don’t play any instruments nor have I touched the actual accordion so my demonstration looks a bit awkward and unnatural but you get the idea!
I hope this video inspires your own.
Looking forward to seeing more creation like this!
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