About the solution
Ricky loves DVD’s but he is not able to keep them in very good shape: scratches, cracks, scuffs and other things make Ricky’s DVD’s useless very fast.
Ronnie invented a DVD player that would resist Ricky’s use.
“I planned to build him essentially an arcade game system to play his shows that can stand up to his unique needs and unintentional abuse of equipment. Now I've built the player and it's been working pretty well the last couple months for Ricky”, says Ronnie.
You can read about the process, the materials and the instructions on Ronnie’s website.
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