What's a gaming company to do when it finds itself with an excess inventory of Nintendo light guns? Easy: Make a chandelier out of them. Using the guns, 20 feet of electrical wire, and some lights and miscellaneous parts, JJGames built a unique lighting fixture for their warehouse (because owner J.J. Hendricks's wife didn't want it hanging over their dining room table).
The project cost about $200 and took 15 hours to build.
You probably recognize the light zapper guns as the key accessory to Nintendo's popular game Duck Hunt. You can find out how the guns worked here.