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    The Star Wars Death Star Light Up Inflatable Ball from thinkGeek. It is  an inflatable beach ball. At night, the impact-activated LED inside makes playing with it even more fun.
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    Singaporean-based LEGO enthusiasts Titans Creation built this version of the iconic Star Wars ship using a whopping 10,000 pieces. It looks most impressive.  Planning for this creation took two months and was unveiled at Malaysia Legoland’s May the 4th celebrations. The end result measures 110cm x 85cm (3.9 x 2.8 feet).
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    It’s a plastic fan inside a cylinder, and it’s meant to be launched off a Dremel rotary tool. If done right, you’ll see this little toy soar up to 200 feet up in the air. The file is free on the Thingiverse.
    "The Dremel Devil is a 3D-printed fan that you launch from your high-speed rotary tool to soar up to 200 feet."
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    For its new Death Star Final Duel set being released in June, Lego redesigned the Vader minifig’s helmet to break into two pieces exactly like it did in Return of the Jedi, revealing his life-support collar underneath.
    The rest of the $80 Death Star Final Duel set looks pretty great too. It includes the aforementioned Vader minifig, the Emperor, Luke, a pair of Imperial Guards, and enough of the Death Star’s throne room to recreate that epic battle. In fact, the set might be completely worth it just to get the Force lightning shooting out of the Emperor’s hands.
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    This sand funnel allows you to make drawings or structures in the sand using the magic of science. It’s a hand-held funnel that fills up in part with water, and the other part with sand. You then use it to create whatever you want, since the line of sludge that comes out the tip solidifies almost instantly, turning your hand into a 3D printing head. It’s $9.49.
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    This beautiful, working LEGO turntable designed by Korean lego enthusiast Hayarobi. It consist of 2,405 pieces and is named ‘The Planet’. It's powered by a LEGO Power Functions Battery Box and uses a LEGO Power Functions M-Motor, leaving the only component which is not made out of LEGO to be the Audio Technica phono cartridge.
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    Visit Upcoming ‘Simpsons’ Kwik-E-Mart Set
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    LEGO announces 71016 The Kwik-E-Mart
    "Features opening rear walls, a removable roof with secret vegetable garden, Kwik-E-Mart signage, light-blue walls, dusty blue floors, turquoise welcome mat, shelves, refrigerated cases, counter, Buzz Cola soda fountain, juice dispensers, coffee machine, 2 arcade games, ATM, crates of Powersauce bars, surveillance cameras, rear storage closet with a rat, cheese, rat hole and an exit door.
    Shelves feature beauty products, diapers, dog food, pastries, fruits, vegetables and more—including Krusty-O’s and Chef Lonelyheart’s Soup for One
    Refrigerator cabinets feature a variety of beverages including cans of Buzz Cola… and frozen Jasper!
    Counter features a cash register, magazine and card display, lottery machine, hot dog oven, donut display and a Squishee dispenser with 2 Squishees
    Also includes Chief Wiggum’s police car featuring an opening trunk, removable roof and space for 3 minifigures
    Accessory elements include Bart’s spray can, Marge’s shopping basket, Apu’s broom and Chief Wiggum’s cuffs and truncheon
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    This is the Candy Craft Chocolate Pen by Skyrocket Toys. It’s a pen that, instead of ink, is filled with chocolate.  It's a pen... that writes in delicious chocolate. The $30 pen, available this fall, uses a built-in electric motor to extrude real liquid chocolate from tubes that can be swapped in and out to change colors. So kids can easily create hand-drawn designs, or simply use the pen to precisely fill moulds.
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    Shooting them with Elastic Precision Rubber Band Guns is. Modeled after real guns like Bond’s Walther PPK and the MP5 machine gun, each one comes with a supply of rubber bands which can be blasted up to 30 feet away. It  is made from solid hard Maple and Walnut wood with no plastic parts whatsoever.
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    The new set, 76042 The SHIELD Helicarrier(flickr set), is a gigantic microscale ship which rings in just shy of 3 feet in length. It’s the S.H.I.E.L.D Helicarrier, a 2,996 behemoth of a set featuring mini-figures of Nick Fury, Black Widow, Captain America, Hawkeye and Maria Hill. The Helicarrier hits shelves in March and will retail for $349.99. Above, see a bunch of images and more info about the Lego Avengers Helicarrier, along with the designer video.
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    If you want to eat at a conveyor belt sushi (回転寿司 or "kaiten zushi") restaurant, kids in Japan need to have their parents take them. Soon, they'll be able get aboard the sushi train at home. This is "Super Seizing At Home Conveyor Sushi," a toy that will be out this spring in Japan. It's basically a plastic train set with coaches with plates on them. There is track so you can make a circle and then have your own rotating sushi restaurant in the comfort of your home.   Cool!
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    An artist in Tasmania is altering discarded Bratz dolls. He/she gets them from second hand shops, repaints their faces with more realistic features and no makeup, and new shoes and clothing. The end result is a completely different doll on the same body. Well done. Tree Change Dolls will soon be sold through Etsy, you can see them at the Tree Change Dolls blog.
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    The Skeye Nano Drone is a world’s smallest quadcopter measuring just 1.57″ x 1.57″. Each can be operated in three different mods ranging from Beginner to Expert, comes with 6-axis flight control system. This tiny quadcopter even comes with bright, built-in LEDs for nighttime missions.
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    The Handicorn is a five-piece finger puppet set from Archie McPhee turns your hand in to a unicorn.
    "Yawn. Look at your boring old hand! It’s so practical with its opposable digit and prehensile-ness, but it lacks a certain… MAGIC! You need Handicorn! Handicorn will transform your former fist into the ultimate unicorn. It’s a set of five soft vinyl finger puppets (four hooves and a unicorn head) that slip on easily and then, WOW! The hooves are 2″, head is 2-1/2″. Your hand is going to look majestic posed on a rainbow! Does not include glitter."
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    If you remembered famous wind-powered kinetic sculptures created by Dutch artist Theo Jansen. ThinkGeek has released two miniaturized Strandbeest sculptures model kits, including a Rhinocerous Mini-Beest and a propeller-driven Strandbeest.
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    These Star Wars Creature Plushs from thinkgeek. There are six different creatures to choose from including a Wampa, Bantha, Tauntaun, Rancor, Dewback, and the aforementioned Hutt.
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    The RC Carbon Flyer(on Indiegogo) is made from incredibly strong and lightweight carbon fiber. The Carbon Flyer also uses a pair of propellers powered by electric motors to make it easier to steer the craft by simply varying their speeds. It is controlled via long range Bluetooth 4.0 and a smartphone app, that app relays commands to the aircraft from a distance of up to 80 yards (73 m). Users select left or right turns by tilting the phone to either side. Power is provided by a 3.7-volt 150-mAh lithium-polymer battery, which provides about three minutes of flight time per charge, and it has an onboard camera for taking video while it is flying.
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    Specifically designed and sized for kids, this $20 Glove Launcher uses a squeezable pump in the palm to covertly fire one of six included darts—three with velcro tips and three with suction cups. And with the wristband quiver, your mini dart-warrior will always have reloads at the ready. The Spider Glove Launcher for Kids is your kid's first step in being the dart warrior you've grown up to be.
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    Akihiro Mizuuchi is an illustrator and web developer in Shizuoka, Japan. He designed a modular system for creating edible chocolate LEGO bricks. They are hard enough that you can use them to build things. It seems like he had success in building a number of different things. Good idea!
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