It’s alive!!! Check out this geektastic video of a Tesla Coil playing “The Imperial March.” Here’s hoping the coil does an encore of the “Cantina Song.”
Chad Vader re-enacts scenes from the lineup of Best Picture nominees for this year’s Academy Awards. Watch as Chad Vader does his impressions of various characters in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Milk, Frost/Nixon, The Reader, and Slumdog Millionaire.
VIDEO: Chad Vader Re-Enacts The Best Picture Nominees
Looking for love in Alderaan places? Will your romance Endor? Would you rather kiss a Wookiee? Us too. Get in the Valentine’s Day spirit with this list of fun Star Wars-related romantic sites.
Ever wonder how much energy it takes to run the laser on the Death Star? Now you don’t have to wonder thanks to the eggheads at Science Blog.
For the earth, it works out to around 2.2 x 1032 joules. That’s a preposterously huge amount of energy! It’s a solid week of the sun’s entire power output. Dumping it in about a single second, as required to blow up Alderaan, is a very, very impressive feat. Doubly so when you take into account the fact that the binding energy is just enough to dissociate the planet into a diffuse cloud. If you want to actually blow the thing up into pieces flying out at many times escape velocity, you need much more energy.
Read the full article here:
The Physics of the Death Star (via Science Blog)
Chad Vader responds to the viral video of David After Dentist. Here’s hoping Chad Vader does a spoof on the Christian Bale on-set yellfest next.
WATCH VIDEO: Chad Vader After Dentist (via Youtube)
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Latimes.com reports the winners of Guac Bowl 2009 today, an annual event that attracts entries from guacamole aficionadoes. While “He’s No Guac to Me Dead” didn’t take this year’s Best Presentation Trophy (that went to an entry titled “Ms. Guac Man”), we think Rob Saccenti’s Han-in-carbonite creation is definitely double-dip-worthy.
From the story:
Saccenti once again wowed spectators with “He’s No Guac to Me Dead,” a life-size replica of Han Solo encased in carbonite and guacamole, but the only trophy his Guac Solo came close to winning was the Icarus Award.
Check out the full story and other winning entries here.
(501st group shot from Celebration IV — original photo here.)
When we first read about TiltShiftMaker.com on BoingBoing.net we were so impressed with how easy it was to turn any photo of a real-life scene into what appears to be a toy diorama. Living, breathing 501st members look like custom action figures, the Lucasfilm campus looks like a model, and crowds at conventions like Celebration IV and Celebration Europe look like intricate dioramas.
Check out some of the photos we’ve made so far:
(Crowd shot from Celebration Europe — original photo here.)
We’re not exactly sure if this is an officially-licensed Presidential action figure or not, but the fact that it’s posed with none other than Darth Vader makes it too irresistible — not to mention timely — not to mention here. Lucas must have been on to something when he singled out Obama as a modern-day hero-in-the-making last June.
Check out more pics of this striking figure apparently from Japan.
Skip the Downward Dog and work on some Force-inspired poses with Star Wars Yoga. Check out this blog featuring letters from a made-up character named Steve Jones. While the letters between Steve Jones and George Lucas are pure fiction, the yoga poses actually look like they could work to improve the flexibility for anyone who could use a good stretch at the next Comic-Con.
Check out more poses here:
Star Wars Yoga
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