Whether it’s sneakers, bikes, desserts or anything in between, there’s no denying the fact that 3D Printing is the wave of the future. When it comes to unique hobbies you can pick up in your spare time, this one is at the top of the list because it lets you create tangible products you’ll actually experience the benefits of. Case in point–This Tiny 3D-Printed TV Plays 11 Seasons of The Simpsons from Reddit user buba447. Using Fusion360, an Ender-3 Pro, a 640×480 display, 32GB SD card and a Raspberry Pi Zero (running Jessie Lite in case you were curious), they created a tiny TV with functional dials that randomly plays a Simpsons episode from the collection of 11 seasons stored on the card. As it is described, “the episodes were all compressed specifically for the screen and loaded onto the SD card. When the pi is powered up, through the USB port on the back of the TV, it starts playing episodes at random. When one episode ends the next is randomly selected. The top button is wired up to GPIO and turns the screen on and off while also muting the volume. The bottom is a POT that is connected to the speaker inside. I designed the TV and parts in Fusion 360 and printed on an Ender 3 Pro.” We’ll be printing one of our own as soon as the plans are available because this is one of those projects that’s too cool to pass up.