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All Star Wars fans, and pretty much everyone else in existence, would like to get their hands on a real-life lightsaber. And although this device certainly isn’t the exact same as such a device, it’s still pretty awesome. Here, we have a kind of “do ...
From Quarks to Quasars · 11/22/2014
A Wicked Lasers product has long been the closest you can get to a real-life lightsaber, but there are some Jedi weapons better left on the screen. If the tri-blade lightsaber revealed in the Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser has caught your eye, and ...
gizmodo.in · 12/23/2014
Harvard and MIT scientists have joined photons together for the first time in history, creating (in theory) the technology for a lightsaber. (Photo: Scott Barbour / Getty Images) A team of scientists from Harvard University and MIT have brought to life ...
International Science Times · 9/27/2013
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To the dismay of "Star Wars" fans everywhere, physicists have long cried foul about the science of building real-life lightsabers. According to conventional physics, photons don't behave like regular particles of matter. They are massless particles ...
Mother Nature Network MNN · 9/29/2013
Star Wars fans could soon have their very-own, real-life lightsabers following research published by scientists from Harvard and MIT. Scientists have developed a new molecule which acts light the iconic lightsabers from the Star Wars universe. (LucasFilm ...
International Business Times · 9/30/2013
Researchers from MIT and Harvard create a new form of matter and teach us all a lesson about the power of quantum friendship. By Eric Mack, CNET In journalism, there's something called a lede, which is just another word for the main or most important …
Yahoo Games · 9/27/2013
They haven’t actually created a real-life lightsaber, but understanding the physics is the first step to that ever happening. “It’s not an in-apt analogy to compare this to lightsabers,” Harvard physics professor Mikhail Lukin said in a statement.
Sanfrancisco cbslocal · 10/1/2013
It’s the news that Star Wars fans have been waiting for for years – scientists have created a lightsaber. However, the weapon will be of little use if you are trying to fend off the dark side of the Force. It was created by accident when a team managed ...
Metro · 9/27/2013
The force is strong with scientists at Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where the first steps have been taken to turn an iconic weapon of science fiction — the lightsaber — into something real. Matter made of light existed only in ...
News Max · 10/1/2013
It's official - lightsabers actually exist! At least, that's what Harvard and MIT physicists are claiming after they stumbled upon a new molecule that behaves exactly like them. Let's face it, 'Star Wars' fans - we've all dreamt of the day we finally get ...
Yahoo UK · 9/28/2013