Star Wars fans, here’s something you probably never imagined would happen to your beloved X-Wing and TIE Fighters – they’ve been turned into slot cars. The new sets come courtesy of UK outfit Scalextric.
If you like your Star Wars ships fuzzy, then you’ll want to check out what Andrea Burnett of Sheep Creek Needlecraft has been making. These awesome needle felted Star Wars ornaments are nicely detailed. Just check out the Millennium Falcon cockpit and dish!
Luke, these are your speakers. Major League Mods – who made the projector equipped R2-D2 Xbox 360 casemod – showed off this Star Wars themed sound system at the recently concluded New York Comic-Con. It has two TIE fighter speakers and a Darth Vader bust converted into an iPhone dock.
We’ve seen many cool mods featuring both the N64 and Star Wars, but these have to be two of my favorites. These were created by Kevin from Corellian Customs. The first is Darth Vader’s Tie Fighter, with an N64 crammed inside.
What could possibly go together than crocheting and Star Wars? After seeing these awesomely craftsy TIE Fighters, not much else in my opinion.
While I don’t usually associate the words “granny squares” with “Empire” or “Dark Side”, somehow it all works perfectly in these crocheted Tie Fighters by Denise of Yummy Pancake.
Photographed during this weekend’s Star Wars Celebration V in Orlando, this life-size TIE Interceptor is simply incredible.
I’ve seen a million scale models of Star Wars ships before, but this one blows them all to smithereens.
Star Wars fans rejoice! Now you can let Darth Vader keep watch on your every move as he pilots this pint-sized TIE Fighter Advanced X1 webcam onto desk.
The TIE Fighter camera not only captures audio, video and images, but lights up and features digitized sound effects taken directly from the Star Wars movies.