Nintendo Labo lets you see through the Joy-Con's hidden camera

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Firstly, the make section shows what the Labo kits come with, and how the software will guide you through the process of creating toy-cons (which is the term that Nintendo has coined for your cardboard constructions).

Nintendo has released a pair of videos that offer developers a peek at the nuts and bolts powering Nintendo Labo, the upcoming, craftable Nintendo Switch add-on kits. Nintendo has released a new overview trailer that tries to answer some of these questions.

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While Nintendo hasn't said if it'll let third-party developers toy around with the kind of features being highlighted through Labo, the videos themselves offer developers an interesting look at the kind of quirky hardware uses that have been hidden away in the Switch until now.

Nintendo Labo encourages you to use your imagination and creativity to customize your cardboard Toy-Con creations. You can even take control of your very own motorbike by constructing a functioning set of handlebars, with a Joy-Con inserted in each side and the Nintendo Switch console cradled in the middle. The video also shows the ability for the player to be able to jump to the first person perspective using the cardboard visor.

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Toy-Con Piano: After assembling your 13-key Piano, you can host an impromptu recital or record your songs and play them back for your biggest fans-in-the-making. Other modes include: a music mode, challenges and a customization mode for the robot.

There's been a lot of buzz and curiosity surrounding Nintendo Labo, the latest effort from Big N to fill gamers' homes with a bunch of low-priced gaming peripherals. The kit allows players to build their own wearable Toy-Con Robot Suit and assume control of a giant in-game robot.

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The Robot Kit will be available to purchase at launch.

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