This next gadget I am about to review will blow your socks off and probably make you a little envious of your children because it is the bomb! The Star Wars Remote Control Light Saber Room Light is extremely cool as a room light because it looks just like a light saber. Yes, you would definitely have gotten that through the name of the room light but I can’t stress enough how fun that is!
Relive your Star Wars fantasies through your little one and get him the Star Wars Remote Control Light Saber Room Light. You don’t even need to go through the hassle of assembling it yourself because it comes fully prepared. Simply set it up and switch it on and off via the remote control that comes along with the set.
The LED lighting illuminates up the room in no time and best of all, does lend a little colour and interest to the room. You can choose from three colours – red for Darth Vader, green for Luke Skywalker and blue for Obi Wan Kenobi. No prizes for which colour is the most sought after among Star Wars fans!
This is certainly an interesting collectible for any fan of Star Wars. If you want your kid to experience the fun and excitement of the series, the Star Wars Remote Control Light Saber Room Light is definitely a good place to start. The best thing of all is that it won’t break your bank for you to purchase this. This room light retails at a very comfortable price of $25 which even the rebels won’t find too excruciating!
If you happen to be a Star Wars fanatic, you will surely be impressed with the R2-D2 bike helmet. Jenn Hall, a Star Wars fan herself, designed and created this catchy bike helmet from a normal bike helmet.
Sparked by her passion for Star Wars gadgets, Jenn turned her motorcycle helmet into a R2-D2 helmet, satisfying her interests and improving its visual quality at the same time. Wholly made using Jenn’s own DIY method, the helmet transforming process comprised of the scuffing of the existing helmet paint, adding consecutive coats of spray paint, then arduous cutting and peeling of masking tape. After the spray job, accessories like PVC tubing and blinking lights are added. Finally, a heavy layer of clear coat is added, resulting in a livened up motorcycle safety helmet.
This R2-D2 Bike Helmet was only a one-off creation by Jenn Hall, and she has no plans for mass production at the meantime. Judging how fascinating and exquisite this helmet looks, it may be a piece of disappointing news that this R2-D2 helmet is not available for sale. However, good news is that she has generously provided a step-by-step guide in her blog instructing the creation process of the R2-D2 helmet, for the benefit of interested readers to make their own. Her instructions are easy to follow, so with some effort put in, you can have a customized R2-D2 helmet for yourself. With the DIY R2-D2 helmet, you can speed off on your motorcycle looking like R2-D2 from Star Wars.
[Source: Smart Girl]
Darth Vader, what a great name! For the Star Wars fans amongst us, you will be familiar with this character as he appears as one of the main characters in the original trilogy and the subsequent prequels.
There are lots of fans out there that are looking for Star Wars Gadgets and we have covered plenty in the past. Today we bring to you the 3D Darth Vader Wall Clock. As Darth Vader was considered a powerful and evil enemy the Wall Clock has been designed with glowing red eyes that light up when its dark or on the turn of every hour just to add that little bit more fear into people.
The Darth Vader Wall Clock is easily mounted onto any wall, providing both light and sound effects when powered by 3 AAA batteries.
Seems like the Xbox Kinect has provided lots of opportunities for programmers and engineers to produce products that when combined offer an excellent gaming opportunity. Take today’s hack for example called the Jedibot.
The Jedibot is robot designed by students at Stanford University; it utilizes an articulating arm connected to an Xbox Kinect to produce a sword fighting enemy. The students created the Jedibot by combining mathematical formulas and programming skills they learned in the Intro to Robotics course.
Able to swing a sword or lightsaber every 2-3 seconds the Jedibot can track the movement of an enemy weapon and produce an attack or defensive movement. This ensures you can recreate some of those lightsaber fighting scenes from the Star Wars films.
Currently in development with the students and professor of the course, hopefully fingers crossed they can increase the speed of the Jedibot and make it available to buy. I would get one, would you? If you are not sure check out the video below.
This may not be a Star Wars gadget but I am sure the Star Wars fans amongst us will fully appreciate it, it is called Star Wars: The Blueprints. The original blueprints for the star wars films has been produced from Lucas films archives and combined with excellent commentary from best-selling author J. W. Rinzler. Within the blueprints are specific and accurate details on the story, maps, and designs from the Star Wars saga. For any Star Wars fan this product is a must to fully appreciate and understand the designing and artistry that made the film what it is today. Incorporated into the Star Wars Blueprints is information regarding the special effects used in the film which propelled the film into one of the most technologically advanced of its era.
The number of Star Wars: The Blueprints manufactured will be limited to 5,000 English copies therefore making it a limited edition Star Wars item.
The blueprint will come with a custom-made (dyed) cloth to hold the book which is quite large and heavy (39.4 cm wide by 47 cm tall and 10kg). 10 gatefolds produce an open page of 4 feet in size. Passionate fans can get this 336 page, 70,000 words, 250 blueprints, and 500 photographs for either $500 for a Hand-numbered copy or for $1000 for a Signed and hand-numbered copy.
[Source: Epic Ink]