Ultra Awesome: NES coffee table FINAL POST!! RAH!!!!

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

NES coffee table FINAL POST!! RAH!!!!

I've finally finished my giant NES controller/ coffee table/ storage box! Awesome!
The piece of glass that I had ordered arrived today, it looks super fresh.
Here are the photos of the final thing, with the glass on top:

You can see I got some tall clear rubber stoppers, which I stuck on the glass, so it doesn't damage the controller when it's sitting on top, and so it clears the height of the buttons:

And again, here are the pictures of what it looks like finished, without the glass.

And also again, here's how it opens up, to reveal the storage space inside, which I have already filled.

Look at the fun-vibes just radiating from Emily's face!:


Some people have asked for the blueprints I used to make it, so they can have a go at making one themselves (yay! I have inspired!).
I didn't really use "blueprints" for this, I basically just stuck my NES controller in a scanner and scanned it. I then printed it off so it filled an A4 page, and used that image to measure how far apart everything on the controller is.
The second half of these blueprints where are just a list of the pieces I needed to cut so I didn't forget.

One thing to remember if you try this, write a list of all possible tools that you might need.
The hardest tool to find for me was a 90mm Hole saw that I needed to cut the A and B buttons.
Take note that I have literally zero woodwork experience (my school never even had woodwork classes), besides the asteroids cabinet I made. However I did get a lot of advice from my dad and uncle about how I should do stuff (ie. like chiselling out the surface so the hinges sit flush etc.)


If you've just arrived at this post, here are all the previous posts I have posted with all the progress shots as I was making it:

NES coffee table
NES coffee table update 1: Bevelling the edges.
NES coffee table update 2: Making the buttons.
NES coffee table update 3: Making the D-pad.
NES coffee table update 4: Mounting the buttons.
NES coffee table update 5: Painting.
NES coffee table update 6: Wiring and final construction.

Here it is in action! zomg!:

236 comments:

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Anonymous said...

lol thats gay....your gay huuurrrrrrr

Ethan said...

fucking awesome

Colette Bennett said...

This is seriously one of the most amazing retro recreations I have ever seen. Bravo, Kyle!

NJ said...

Playing Super Mario Bros 3 with a giant controller on a projection screen. Its one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen.

Davis said...

Holy crap, I want one! That is really awesome. Great work. (And if you ever want to make another to sell, let me know.)

Davis said...

How much does it weigh?

drew74 said...

classy!!

Kevin Steele said...

Wow - an absolutely fantastic bit of work there!

I'd love to publish an article about your project in an upcoming issue of GameRoom Magazine. Contact me if you're interested.

Kevin Steele, Editor
GameRoom Magazine

info "at" gameroommagazine.com

Steph said...

Great Job !!!

I wrote an article about it on my blog (in french) http://geeklifeblog.com/nes-coffee-table-pour-les-fans-de-nintendo

Hugh said...

Not bad bitch....not bad at all

and for the record

ccchh

Daniel Sung said...

Kyle, it's absolutely fantastic. I've just written a post about it on Tech Digest.

http://techdigest.tv/2008/05/nes_controller.html

We get plenty of traffic and I've asked people to come here and tell you how good it is.

I'd be honoured if you came and posted a comment of your own. Also I do have one question - is it wireless?

Daniel Sung
Tech Digest

Anonymous said...

:O~ damn... i'll make one some day... that.... is..... just.... fucking AWESOME!!!

SuperPayne said...

you've got skillz dude. Keep up the good work

Anonymous said...

You are the shit. I wish I knew you.
Seriously awesome.

Matt said...

That is amazing! I love it! Great work!

Matt said...

BEST. COFFEE TABLE. EVER!!!

Confirmed! You sir, have mad coffee-tabling skillz!

Anonymous said...

HOW MUCH? I WANT ONE.

Chris said...

Forget the table... Very hot girl. worth watching her playing the nes.

kristina said...

That is so effin sweet! You should sell these! I would purchase one. Please post if you decide to do this! What a fantastic idea!

Derrick said...

That is very creative. And you might have something brewing man. If I were you, I would show this to Nintendo or some furniture company and get this trend going. Make money off of your invention man.

graffiksguru said...

That is some filthy shit! I want one too! Now I'll have to come back to your ultra awesome blog to see what you make next (like a giant old skool nintendo entertainment center to go with your controller).

Hisham said...

Wow -- even if this was just a table, it would have already been amazing. Mad props!

Cronqvist said...

This is awesome! Mind if I borrow the idea for a kick-ass table?

Anonymous said...

ur a fucked up loser why do u waste ur time with that faggotry

go out and get a girlfreid u fuckin loser.

Anonymous said...

So so cool. I would have liked it even if it didnt work.

Totally awesome. The best piece of gaming furniture ever. Fact.

Serious respect.

Anonymous said...

Great work, very cool piece of kit that would probably set you back a pretty penny, and that table aint half bad either ! ;)

Kathryn said...

A-M-A-Z-I-N-G
i was looking for an idea for a DIY gift when i stumbled on your awesome table.
I don`t want to copy your idea, so i was wondering if you had any awesome suggestions:)

GG said...

Did you consider putting the NES inside the box with a mail-flap style cart slot? Cause that's the only thing I'd do to change it. Awesome.

Time for me to get to work on a SNES controller table! The shoulder buttons should be fun on Mario Kart. LUNNNNGGGGE POWER SLIDE

Anonymous said...

That is brilliant. I'm not a gamer but that is freaking awesome.

Anonymous said...

That could potentially be good for disabled children/adults who can't negotiate small controllers/buttons.
Maybe they could even use their feet if their hands were worse off.
Just an idea.

Kathryn said...

oh yeah and i forgot to ask. I was to build a bookcase with an awesome theme (space invaders, pacman, mario, rayman, whichever)but don`t really know where to start. Any ideas?
thanks

Alex said...

Brilliant! Bravo.

Jer said...

That is badical. Great job :)

I'm sure you've gotten comments like this, but having it wireless would be awesome!

One such wireless mod:
http://www.ppl-pilot.com/nes_asm.htm

Daniel said...

Freaking awesome work dude! (got the link off hugh) - screw old style fancy wood work, this is a true coffee table!!

Shayne said...

Completely awesome! I just blogged it at geekcrafts.com!

andrew minchew said...

you're definitely one of the coolest people alive.

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry but I'm going to have to copy this! It's gotta be one of the coolest and the geekiest things ever and I've been looking for some new furniture for my place...

Anonymous said...

im gonna make an n64 controller yeah!!

Bandi said...

Retro or Modern table? ;) Great Job!

Michael Adams said...

Pretty cool stuff.

It must way a ton, especially with all the games in it.

Does it have any wheels in the bottom? Didn't see anything in the plans.

Kitty said...

That is the coolest thing I have ever seen!!!!! Makes me want to make all kinds of geeky stuff for my place! Awesome job!!! I look forward to seeing new things from you in the future!

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coheN! said...

hahaha so awesome, nice work!
I'd make one myself but my NES just gives a blank screen.

Anna said...

I can't even begin to tell you how much I want one of those! If I had the skills and space I'd try it for sure! You rock!

Anonymous said...

why are you so cool. =)

Wixti said...

When do you start mass production? :)

Ardi said...

nice work men...really a masterpiece, maybe i wanna try on ps2 joystick :-P

Anonymous said...

awesomest ever!!! thanks for sharing!! -an 80's kid

Tacomagraphy said...

very awesome!

Anarchydragon7 said...

That is the coolest thing I have ever seen in my life!

(And the girl is beautiful too, but that's rather beside the point :)

CHEERS!!

Michi said...

Wow, I want to play with it.

David said...

Wow. Amazing work there. The one thing that I wish you would do is, you said there were no blueprints?

You could not just measure the table as it, and make some for the rest of us.

But then again, that would only be if you are the coolest guy on earth. 8D

Meow said...

Holy shit. Ultra Awesome is correct.

XRA said...

mad respect!

SpillToJill said...

Nice Job!

SQUARED said...

thats awesome! great work!

Anonymous said...

How much?

mc2vh said...

WHOA! ...and you have minimal woodshop experience? that's hard to believe. amazing job. that's my summer project this year! =D can you tell us approximately how much you spent on the entire project?

Yaj said...

lol that's awesome!
Love it!

Massimo (The Netherlands) said...

This looks very cool!

Anonymous said...

AMAZING!
you should sell these!
I love it.

Inti said...

forget firefighters; you Sir, are a true hero of modern times. I bow to you! :)

Moloch said...

Wow!

+5 in coffee tableing skillz!

Patrick said...

Your blog truly is ultra awesome and I'll be checking back for more awesomeness. You are a genious. Great job!

"anonymous," "rommel_45," "Rick James Bitch" etc.: Why you hatin'? Yalls need ta git ya faces slapped and yo mouths washed out with lye! For serious. Please, ai'ght?

I-Lyrical said...

How much would you charge to make me one like that...glass top and all...I am interested...

Matt said...

That's just waaaaaay too awesome dude, props to you for doing this.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of tables- what do you think of these? www.minedesigns.com.com

Anonymous said...

Emily's hot, hot hot!!! Can we have more photos of her please?

David said...

I hope you file a patent soon. Seriously.

Chris said...

That is wicked!! Seriously thinking about doing one myself, maybe not a fully functioning one but still would be awesome as a coffee table. You rule mate!

P.S. Next try a Nintendo 64 controller LOL!

Luke Eid said...

haha AWESOME!!!

Kaos2K said...

Wow! That's impressive. I made a NES Lite long time ago. Take a look if you are interested:

http://kaos2k.superforo.net/general-f22/coleccion-de-videojuegos-y-consolas-de-kaos2k-t2-15.htm#18

How i made it---> http://www.elotrolado.net/hilo_n-e-s-lite-chrome-y-nintendo-64-chrome-home-made-custom-mod_816520

(A youtube video was avaliable too but my account was deleted time ago :()

Kaos2K said...

Sorry but the links i posted are not complete i had to use tiny url:

http://tinyurl.com/49c2yc

Making-off : http://tinyurl.com/4kj8j2

SteveoReno said...

Love for NES never dies.

joelprice.com said...

way too cool for school!

Anonymous said...

This rocks! I'd love to have one of these :)

How come I never come up with something like that...

Anonymous said...

Cool project bu thy did this a while back on G4 tech TV Attack of the Show. Still very cool though.

Ollie said...

Hey, that's what I was gonna say! :) Couldn't remember if it was back as far as "The Screen Savers", however. Found a link, tho.

http://www.engadget.com/2005/03/31/eight-foot-nes-controller/

Steve said...

One of the coolest things I have ever seen.

Johnny Rodgers said...

super wicked man. i'm really impressed that you actually followed through on the idea. most people i know would say "wouldn't that be cool to do" while smoking something and then never think about it again!

Anonymous said...

Very awesome.

Anonymous said...

ncie job!!!

Brinstar said...

That is so cool!

Darth Vomitus said...

I have looked upon your endeavor and seen that it is good. You shall be counted amongst the saved when my rule comes.

Tracy T. said...

A work of art! Awesome!

Anonymous said...

Incredible, very awesome, and the girl is super cute too. Anyone who says this is a waste of time is an idiot, this is brilliant, and you should make some serious money off of this. And anyone telling you to go out and get a girlfriend is also an idiot, because you have a cute one right there.

aww!! | NuSpeeD said...

You'er one talented SOB....aren't cha..... =D
Awesome work man, rly!!
Awesome!!!!

Miz Calamity said...

OMG I love it! I did a write up about it on GameGirl.com =] Its simple amazing! Awesome job Kyle =]

Anonymous said...

This is trully superb, you are the master

mikerey said...

Awesome!

It would be amazing if you can make a giant light gun. haha

Bright Green said...

THIS IS TEH AWESOME!

Anonymous said...

I soooo want one.

Anonymous said...

u,u,d,d,l,r,l,r,b,a,select,start... can it be done?

Chucklyn said...

Totally effing AWESOME!!

Killer job, man!!!

Anonymous said...

I don't know how he can be gay when he has a totally hot girl doing his bidding.

"Jump! I said jump!"

Anonymous said...

LOL! No, you're not gay, the girl in the video proves it!

The fact that you have wired it so that one can actually use the coffee table as an actual Nintendo controller is pure genius!

Way to go, Mod'er!

Jeremiah said...

dude please i will buy one if you just make one for me. you dont even need to wire it i just like the table in general like i would love that for a game room. please if anything at least the blueprints. my email is jeremiahwhited@yahoo.com it would be very nice of you if you did help me out

Anonymous said...

Ха ха ха ха ха!


да, что является этим тут же!

Пламя На!

-Revenger681

Daniel said...

Damn that's awesome!! I want one.

Chaz said...

Great Fun!!!!!!

Tessa said...

whaou...fucking AMAZING! if you decide to sell it say it!

Anonymous said...

Very cool. I think it would be awesome to mount the console inside of the coffee table somehow.

Nightshade said...

You are obviously the coolest person ever. Rock on!

Anonymous said...

That girl is hot. Take it off!

Anonymous said...

dude! cool idea... but at least clean your room it a tip! lol ^_^

Giovanni said...

How about a SNES controller?

Ryan Danger Sims said...

I wish I could think of a word to describe your blog. Overwhelming, grand, breathtaking, splendid, tremendous, remarkable, amazing, awe-inspiring, astounding, humbling... No, that's just not it. Your blog is............fantastic!

Anonymous said...

dude what thicknes of mdf did you use for the main box construction?

Kyle Downes said...

I used 18mm MDF for the main construction, and 4mm MDF for the raised surface bits.
Check my other posts I'm sure I mentioned it in them.

Anonymous said...

too bad you don't have electrical experience to wire that bad boy up and make it functional...that would be amazing

dude said...

I WANT IT. I WANT TO PLAY WITH IT.

the girlfriend that is

moonmystic said...

That is the coolest EVER!

I just want to make my Mario jump and eat mushrooms with it.

keilen said...

You should think about selling these for all of us fans who have no woodwork skills. Or electrical skills. I'd pay for it.

Susan said...

I was wondering how much the project cost in the end? Cost of materials, how many hours it took from concept through completion...how much the custom glass piece cost :o This looks like an awesome summer project, but I just bought a house so I'm trying to budget on everything else :)

stefan said...

Damnit, this is so cool.

thinking about a powerglove sleeping bag?

ok that's a terrible joke. and idea. :(

theophillus said...

hot + smart. and u play video gamez. kewl.

Caty said...

u r a mad genius! MAD! That is probably one of the coolest pieces of art/furniture on the face of the planet.

Retrosondre said...

One word: AWESOME! : D
Great work, dude. I would be super happy if you would pass me the measurements on the whole thing, if it's not much of a problem :)

retrosondre [a] hotmail [dot] com

Johannes said...

That is possible the coolest thing I have ever seen. The design is so timeless and will never be mistaken for something else. Great work!! and if you have a spare one please send it to sweden, it would be great in my livingroom ;)

Kraut said...

Ok, not to sound cliche, but.....AWESOME! The only thing i noticed is that the start/select wording looks a little off center up and down. It seems a little high. Otherwise, props...major props.

sMaLLs said...

dude... that's one of the coolest things i've ever seen in my life. you could make oodles of money off of this! i wish i had the skills to do that i totally want one :) snaps for you!

C.A. Rivas said...

It's awesome...beyond belief.

LT said...

that's so awesome! I want one haha

You should do something to cover up the wires inside, though. So they wouldn't get caught and so it'd look more finished. great GREAT piece!

Ben syko64 at hotmail dot com said...

Hey Kyle,
Love your work, gf and I are totally blown away by your table. We're in the process of reworking our lounge room, with a big red 6 seater couch, 46" LCD TV connected to every Nintendo console, 360 and PS2.
I know you're busy on your next project, but if you're keen to make some money (with uni holidays coming up), we're willing to make a VERY generous offer on commissioning a table from you. Unfortunately I lack the workspace and construction skills to build one myself, but can assist with supplying stanley knives, paint and other materials. I'll soon have some original wireless IR controllers (the old Acclaim ones) which you're more than welcome to use in your own table. Better yet, we're just a suburb away from you in Flemington.
We are dead set serious and can pay you half now and half when the job is done - plenty of profit to go towards your new shelves.
syko64 [at] hotmail [dot]com

Anonymous said...

you are immensely talented. i mean, INCREDIBLY. you should start a business, i would love to get my hands on some of things you've made. GENIUS.

Anonymous said...

Ah Ah! I love it!

Chokocat said...

AWESOME!

Robbie said...

That... is.... amazing....
I envy you.

-Robbie

KT6000 said...

This is unbelievable! And incredibly awesome. If you're ever interested in making another one to sell, please let me know.

Thanks!

Jimmie Rodgers said...

Excellent work, and congratulations on finishing the table. It looks amazing.

mimau said...

oh my GOD!!! that's awesome!! ahh I can't believe it!! I do want one too!! ah!!! X______X

Safa Tharib said...

thats crazy

Anonymous said...

THAT IS THE COOLEST THING I EVER FUCKING SEEN.... I WANT ONE SO BAD NOW... THAT WAS NICE OF U TO TELL EVERYONE HOW TO MAKE MOST PEOPLE WOULD HAVE SOLD THE BLUEPRINTS... I CANT BELIEVE EVERY THIING IS WOOD THE BUTTONS AND ANAOG LOOK PLASTIC... GREAT WORK IM SENDING THIS TO EVERYONE I KNOW...

Anonymous said...

I am so inspired to make one! What are the measurements on your start and select buttons?

Also what is the scale, did you just multiply everything by 10 or so?

Thanks!

Jam said...

seriously sweet

Juliàn Llorens said...

Great work!
I've posted about it at my spanish blog.

I want one of those!

Anonymous said...

hey kyel d. can u plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz email me a wiring plan of the giant controller plz! that would help me sooooooooooooooooo much ty
splintercellbob@hotmail.com

FlashnFuse said...

You've inspired me to make a coffee table also :-). Check out my blog if you want to see my gameboy color coffee table.

Katey said...

let's get married!

Anonymous said...

That's really really cool. I just have one suggestion. You should try and build a wireless transmitter and receiver for it, so it doesn't have that funky cord sticking out of it. They aren't hard to make, and you seem to have some electronics skills under your belt already. Just a suggestion, awesome work.

Anonymous said...

BEAUTIFUL, WONDERFUL!!
You're the best ;)

Gigi said...

Do you make the nintendo coffee tables to sell? caus ei am interested

Discount Bedroom furniture said...

If you have some nasty empty spaces in your home that you just do not know what to do with. You try to fill them up with plants or large pieces of wall art but no help. Then there is a simple solution to your problem and that is a lovely console table.Console tables have been used over the years and are not just restricted for being placed at the end of a hallway. There is one more option that we just get an end table or an accent table that can help. But console tables are somewhat larger than accent tables or end tables. Thus they will offer a lot more storage space and help you provide a clean and organized look to your home.

powerpower said...

Yep I want one too


u might be onto something here mate......

How much.,.... cmon.....

Anonymous said...

Pretty much the best thing I've ever seen. ever. You should go into business.

XboxRant said...

You could probably make a bit of cash on ebay with those. Very nice work.

christian said...

great stuff, did you ever think about selling it to the old generation - is much fun for old people homes

GrinderFurax said...

You're my hero dude !

kyqer said...

my grandson asked me to help him with this project. I am a kit builder, have no trouble soldering and adapting connectors. But I am having trouble doping out the wiring from the TC4021BP chip to the plug, to the activators. You could save me a lot of time if you have created a wiring or logic diagram. Thank you. Joe
k2kyq@arrl.net

DJ said...

Again, phenomenal. A diagram for the wiring seems to be the Number 1 request. (hint-hint)

Anonymous said...

I'm building one now... thanks for the ide.

Anonymous said...

Can you put coffee on it?

Anonymous said...

Awsome job lad!

Big Greets from sweden.

Keep up the good work.

/k

new laptop battery said...

I'm usually not a fan of Gehry's work, but this is an exception. Using wood as a wrapper imitating structure is not only novel, but ties the space down through the use of a consistent, inviting, and non-distracting material palette. Perhaps Gehry is more suited to small-scale projects Laptop battery.

Prodigity said...
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Prodigity said...

My geek senses are tingling :D
Wow, that's just truly amazing!
Hope to see more of you in the future ;)

cheerio

Anonymous said...

Brilliant - absolutely brilliant!

Princess Peach LOVES sopapillas said...

2 words. Holy BEEEEEPPPP! Hey, don't harass me, I'm only 10.

Los Potros said...

What do you mean?

Anonymous said...

Do you have a diagram for the wiring?

guil666 said...

looks crappy. Funny to see how much money some people have to spend at useless dumb stuff like that. by the way gp2x rocks and pandora sucks

nubie said...

that is for dumbs yep
congratulations all
sux azz

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GeekMom said...

I LOVE it! ThinkGeek or SharperImage or somebody should pay you a bunch of money for this design so they can build them and we can buy them! Super!hr

Carol said...

VERY cool! I want one, too!

Douglas said...

Kyle, if you would ever consider building another on commission, I'd love to talk to you about it. dcegelisatyahoodotcom. Thanks man, great work!

1stopmom said...

I could not visit your blog and not leave a comment, that is just so cool. I want one so bad!! I am with everyone else, if you make any more I would love to buy one. You are my hero!! I can not wait to tell everyone I know about this!

Tim said...

Good Job! :)

Anonymous said...

Amazing creation!!! This thing is worth millions if you ask me. Actually, it's priceless! I want one so bad. My original NES still sits proudly between the XBOX 360 and Nintendo Wii. Seeing this is extremely inspiring! Thanks, and once again, incredible!

Sweet said...

How much does it weigh?

Anonymous said...

OMG...pardon my language...but that is fucking amazing!!! If you work with a company to produce that, you'll be rich.

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Mostly His said...

THE GREATEST!!!

i would so buy it

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Jacob said...

nice post

Caroline said...

This is extraordinary ! Bravo !

I will put a link about it in my (french) forum, just to let people discover how wonderful it is !
http://nintendo-collec.nice-gallery.net/
my Nintendo collection

Anonymous said...

can u make a giant wii controller with nunchuk? :P

Author X said...

Seriously impressive effort. It might not have been your intention but you really should sell these.

Good luck in all your future endeavors and kudos for having a turntable. Stay Classy

Tiffany said...

I want to buy it! Any chance you will be selling it or making more? Give me a price.

Tiffany
creatiff2003@yahoo.com

Manton said...

You are a god among turtles.

weareloremandipsum.com said...

That is genius! really, really great work my friend!

Happy New Year SMS said...

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Benjamin said...

I want one!

Paloma said...

I've just never seen something like that oO It's just totally mad !
Great work !

Anonymous said...

Damn fine craftsmanship!! I love retro games and I am thinkin of makin one of these after seein this, thanks for the inspiration.. I wish you had routered a seam around the center, that would set it off nice...

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Anonymous said...

I don't get it

Anonymous said...

oh dude!!!!!! make them and sell them, if i wasnt poor i would pay a couple grand for something like that!!!!!

Anonymous said...

How Do I get one into my Living room. How much would it cost???

Mikey said...

looks cool

DK said...

This is epic. You guys should really check out my blog,

LOLSmashBros

elle said...

i am truly amazed by this. i love it. freaking awesome. and i'm so impressed with your craftsmanship!

coffee maker reviews said...

its very cool, i like it

8BitGamer said...

That is seriously cool

Zach Fleeman said...

High five...

NintendoKid said...

Man, this is awesome. If I ever have the time I have to try making this!

jay adams said...

great!!!! where can a get it? lol

animatem said...

aight. i know i should've come by this earlier but i'm a bit slow... sometimes. this is simply awesome. i intend to make one myself within ten years or so. or maybe one for xbox 360. some might say it's a bad shape. but hey, i like that round shape and it's more stylish, as a coffee table ;) although, whichever console i choose (or maybe a keyboard), i think i'll skip the electronic parts so it won't in any case be as awesome as yours. *sob sob*. /animatem

Fabian said...

super great! Wow..

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