In the Star Wars universe, a Lightsaber's blade can cut through most substances without resistance. It leaves cauterized wounds in flesh, but can be deflected by another Lightsaber's blade, or by energy shields. Continue reading to see a custom Lightsaber that boasts a red crystal chamber.
As all Star Wars fans know, The Empire Strikes Back is set three years after the original film. The Galactic Empire, under the leadership of the villainous Darth Vader, is in pursuit of Luke Skywalker and the rest of the Rebel Alliance. In 2010, the film was selected for preservation in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress for being "culturally, historically, and aesthetically significant." Continue reading to see rare behind-the-scenes images.
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Aside from buying a stormtrooper suit and a white / black Lotus Exige, like this geeky girl, there are plenty of other ways to show your love for the foot-soldiers of the Galactic Empire. We've rounded up seven geeky examples for your viewing enjoyment, and they range from watches to even cooking aprons. Continue reading to see them all.
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Star Wars: The Old Republic 7.1-Ch Surround Headset by Razer is currently being offered at just $59.99 shipped, originally priced at $129.99. Hear the ambient noises of an alien world, the chaotic explosions in battle on Alderaan, or the iconic buzz of a lightsaber powering up behind you, thanks to the positional Dolby 7.1 surround sound. Product page. Continue reading for a video review.
- Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound for Positional Audio.
- Lightweight, Circumaural Design for Extended Comfort.
- Multi-Color LED Lighting.
- Boom Microphone with Adjustable Tension.
- Interchangeable Gold-Backlit Faction Symbols.
- Volume & Mic Controls.
- Adjustable Headband Structure for Optimal Comfort
When is a KitchenAid mixer, not just something that can be used to make tasty treats? When it's designed to look like Boba Fett. The incredibly cool custom mixer above was created by deviantART user Tommy Filth. Continue reading to see more.
When is a Hasbro AT-AT Walker toy, not just something kids throw around or left in-box as a collector's item? When it's turned into a fully-functional computer. The creation you see above is powered by an Intel Core i7-2600K processor, Sapphire 6870 graphics, 8GB RAM, and boasts extreme water-cooling. Continue reading for more.
Tom Bingham, a retired 64-year-old printer from the UK, uses toy Star Wars ships to build fully-functional electric guitars. (Y-wing Starfighter, Millennium Falcon and B-wing fighter). The Sun reports that Tom spends approximately three months building each one of these guitars, and also uses items purchased from car boot sales. Continue reading for a video and more information.