On Saturday, Wisconsin fans gathered at the Madison Metro Airport to share their love of Minecraft.
They decorated the ceilings with colorful lights, filled the fan section with lights, and created a giant Minecraft ceiling fan.
“I love Minecraft.
It’s my favorite game,” said a young fan in the crowd, as a drone flew above.
“The world is full of fun, so let’s make it even more fun,” the young man said, holding up a picture of his creation.
“You can make a real Minecraft ceiling right here,” the fan said, as the ceiling fan began to fly.
The ceiling fan had a total of 13,000 lights, according to the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office.
One of the lights on the ceiling, a LED ceiling fan, was used to create the ceiling.
The Sheriff’s office is now asking for donations to help fund the ceiling installation.
The Milwaukee County Sheriffs Office says the ceiling was part of an ongoing project to help people who have special needs.
“It’s kind of a special night out there,” Milwaukee County Undersheriff John Foust said, according a video posted on Facebook.
“And that’s why we’ve asked for a little bit of help from the community.”
The ceiling was built with a 3D printer, according the sheriff’s office.
“So we had a laser cutter, a 3-D printer and a machine that you can make it with the right parts,” Foust added.
“There’s a few parts that you don’t need, but there are a few that you do need.”
The Sheriffs office says the fans are the best of the best, but they’re not the only ones making Minecraft fans.
The fans have inspired some amazing creations.
“They’re really cool,” a young man told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
“People have done these things and it’s a really great way to support people that need it.
And it’s just fun to see people get their first taste of it.”