The creator needed to use tape to prevent the monitor from falling when moving the table
A Red Dead Redemption 2 player has taken the gaming experience to another level by creating a table that can simulate the galloping of a horse during gameplay. A YouTube user known as Teenenggr posted a video showing a device that was able to jump over a computer desk while galloping a horse.
The creator of the project had to tape the monitor himself to prevent the monitor from falling.
The video was posted on YouTube a year ago, but it went viral after the creator of the content, Jake Luke Show off his work this week on social media🇧🇷 Although the creation is somewhat impressive, it turned out to be practically impossible to use in practice due to possible damage.
The creator of the project had to fix the monitor himself with adhesive tape – a kind of super strong adhesive tape – to prevent the monitor from falling. All this happened just because The YouTuber revealed that he wanted to feel what it’s like to gallop on a horse while playing Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC.
Not content with creating his own experience, the content creator has also put a link in the description of a video where he teaches step-by-step to all players who want to have the same experience. In addition, he also made available the code used to develop equipment designed to detect horse gallops.
Inventions that make gaming a reality
With almost 300k subscribers on YouTube, the Indian is known for creating some exotic creations related to the gaming world. His latest video was posted last Thursday (10) where he used a real ax to hack a tree in Minecraft. That way, every time he hit a piece of wood, the same was done during the game.
He basically turned an ax strike into a tree with 1 mouse button. Soon he was also able to perform several other functions in the game with just the axe. During the video, he even managed to kill a sheep. Not content, he also used stones to mine stones in minecraft. As well as the design of the table that featured the gallop, it also made the codes accessible.
Red Dead Redemption 2 sold almost 50 million units
The game was the second best-selling game in the United States for the past five years.