For several months now, Dutch radiology technician Reinier van der Ende has been taking x-rays of video game consoles, controllers (like the Nintendo Zapper pictured below), and even carts, posting them online in an online photo set with a simple title, X-Ray Funnies. Perhaps it helps pass the time during those slow nights at the hospital?

NYC artist and medical student Satre Stuelke had the same idea of capturing a controller's internals with medical imaging technology, and did a CT scan on the PlayStation 3's wireless controller as part of a Radiology Art project. As Offworld points out, Stuelke also posted a short video that rotates the DualShock 3 and gives you a 3D view of it.

Stuelke is selling "high resolution museum-quality signed limited edition prints" of the image, and plans to soon add a CAT scan for a PlayStation 3 console with a "de/re-construction movie".