npr:

A California-based company called Aerofex seems to think it’s figured out how to actually make a two-duct rotor hovercraft work. The design originated in the 1960s, but it was never perfected to provide actual usability for a rider.
Video: Company develops REAL Star Wars speeder bikes hovercraft | Blastr

Who doesn’t want?

npr:

A California-based company called Aerofex seems to think it’s figured out how to actually make a two-duct rotor hovercraft work. The design originated in the 1960s, but it was never perfected to provide actual usability for a rider.

Video: Company develops REAL Star Wars speeder bikes hovercraft | Blastr

Who doesn’t want?

kqedscience:

“Yo Hologram Tupac, I’m real happy for you and I’mmma let you finish but Obi-Wan Kenobi was one of the best holograms of all time!” (via @kanye)

kqedscience:

“Yo Hologram Tupac, I’m real happy for you and I’mmma let you finish but Obi-Wan Kenobi was one of the best holograms of all time!” (via @kanye)

youstheforce:

Star Wars on Bluray … now with more rocks.

Why George?  This does nothing to add to the story.  

youstheforce:

Star Wars on Bluray … now with more rocks.

Why George?  This does nothing to add to the story.  

laughingsquid:

Star Wars Day at AT&T Park Featuring Brian Wilson In Carbonite

Uh I’d go! 

laughingsquid:

Star Wars Day at AT&T Park Featuring Brian Wilson In Carbonite

Uh I’d go! 

Aren’t you tired of the same old central light radient devices in clubs?
Solution: Darth Vader Disco Ball…

Aren’t you tired of the same old central light radient devices in clubs?

Solution: Darth Vader Disco Ball…