The events of the Star Wars saga unfold in a galaxy far ... A new study deduced that, based on what we know about the wavelengths of the color spectrum, red lightsabers would be the weakest while purple would be the strongest. (Photo: …
feel and behave like real-life lightsabers. Exactly how they’ll work is described in the patent’s abstract: "A process and system capture infrared light that is reflected or emitted from a device to precisely locate the device. The process and …
Disney could be about to turn Star Wars lightsaber battles into reality - well, almost. A new patent describes plans to create a device which looks, feels and sounds like the real thing. It shows that drones would be used to fire beams of …
You know it. We know it. Disney knows it. In fact, as part of their under-construction Star Wars Land theme park in Orlando, Disney may be attempting to create real life lightsabers. And not even a slightly improved version of that …
The Force is perhaps too strong with this one. So strong, in fact, that he’s drawn the ire of the Empire itself: Disney. Disney’s Lucasfilm, which owns the rights to everything in the Star Wars universe, is suing one Michael Brown, the …
Murphy made it happen and created one of the first, if not the first, real life lightsaber for fans around the world. “People wait many years sometimes,” he said. That’s because it takes weeks to make and the cost ranges from $1,500 and upward.
Of course we've all played with fake light saber toys, but could would it be physically possible for actual lightsabers to exist in real life? In this National Geographic video, StarTalk with Neil deGrasse Tyson, an astrophysicist, Tyson and British ...