Popular Thai YouTuber Bankii loves Star Citizen, and apparently had an ungodly amount of cash sitting round. The outcome: He constructed a $30,000 game room primarily based on his favourite ship in Star Citizen, the Crusader Hercules.
Towards the five-minute mark within the video above you see the development course of for this elaborate room, and Bankii goes over the quite a few revisions it took to realize the house shuttle vibe. The course of concerned putting wooden panels on a metal welded body. It was first assembled on the architect’s workshop earlier than it was moved to Bankii’s studio.
The spaceship room was constructed as an extension of Bankii’s studio and is accessed with automated sliding doorways—like in Star Trek, or the grocery retailer. It actually does seem like you are boarding a spaceship from his workplace. All that is lacking is the hiss and steam of decompression as you enter.
The ‘cockpit’ options three 65-inch TVs, in addition to a curved show that acts as a dashboard for racing and flying video games. Below the dashboard is a small HOTAS for flight video games and a steering wheel for video games like Forza. The PC working the show is a $6,000 customized rig with an RTX 3090.
Later within the video, you get a guided tour of the room, which has every little thing I’d count on from a 1 million baht (roughly $30,000) PC gaming room. You know, like a built-in kitchenette with house for a grill, air fryer, and electrical kettle for making noodles.
Sorry: house noodles.
Want your personal dope spaceship to play video video games? Bankii broke down the prices:
- Ship inside: $11,685
- Automatic doorways: $1,700
- kitchenette and kitchenware: $1,400
- 3 x 65-inch TVs: $4,400
- 49-inch Samsung CJ890 curved show: $860
- Flight controls/steering wheel: $1,900
- LED lights: $860
- PC: $6,650
Bankii plans to make use of the spaceship room to create extra gaming content material. At the tip of the video, Bankii asks Elon Musk for a Telsa (for a collab, in fact) and talks a bit about his success with passive earnings. We are likely to take monetary recommendation from widespread YouTubers with a grain of salt, however possibly that is why our desks aren’t outfitted with $860 price of RGB lighting.