NicoNico User Creates Working Gaia Memory USB Stick With Sound

On the Japanese video sharing platform NicoNico, a user named Naruawa-san, posted a video on how he transformed an old Kamen Rider W Gaia Memory into a USB stick. The video is narrated by Reimu.

 

 

Naruawa-san used Arduino technology and an old, but functioning, Gaia Memory stick to create the project. The user also posted the circuit diagram of how he accomplished this task (though a portion was hidden by Reimu’s head).

 

 

The user also showed the internal structure of the Gaia Memory. None of the existing internal structure was removed. In fact, it works with the USB stick. The sound still plays when pressing the button. As an added bonus, when files have been saved to the USB stick, the Gaia Memory plays.

 

 

Check out the video here:

 


 

Article Sources: Oricon

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