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Prevailing wisdom states that the sequel is never as good as the original, but Star Wars is famous for bucking the trend. Everyone knows that The Empire Strikes Back is better than A New Hope, and we have a good feeling about this year’s Force Friday II.
We’ve already played with the best and coolest stuff that’ll be available in stores and online Friday, September 1, and we’re delighted to finally spill the beans. From droids to AR experiences and even kits that’ll teach your kids about electronics, expect an avalanche of more cool stuff than you can shake a porg at.
Lenovo Star Wars: Jedi Challenges
Sphero R2-D2 App-Enabled Droid
LittleBits Droid Inventor Kit
Hasbro ForceLink Figures and Vehicles
Lego Star Wars Sets and Buildable Figures
Force Friday is back: Disney and Lucasfilm have once again teamed up with a number of companies to release Star Wars-themed toys ahead of the premiere date of the latest installment of the cult franchise. In addition to the obligatory action figures for collectors, this time around, there are also a number of toys with a decidedly high-tech bend.
The Droid Inventor Kit from Littlebits gives young tinkerers all they need to build their own R2-D2 or customize their own droid, complete with the ability to remote control it from a phone, and sensors that add some semi-autonomous functionality. What’s more, there’s even a Force Mode that makes it possible to control the motion of the little bots with, you guessed it, the Force. The Littlebits Droid Inventor Kit costs $100 and is available immediately at Apple Stores, Walmart and Disney stores as well as on Amazon.com and Littlebits.com.
Star Wars: Jedi Challenges, from Disney and Lenovo, is a smart phone-powered augmented reality headset that lets you fight Kylo Ren and other sinister characters with a lightsaber, right in your own living room. The headset essentially works a bit like a Google Cardboard, except it doesn’t obscure your view on your surroundings, but superimposes images on a see-through display. The headset also offers the ability to play other Star Wars-themed games, including Holochess. Star Wars: Jedi Challenges costs $200, and can be pre-ordered starting this Friday.
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Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church
Houston Flood Victims Arrive
to Clothes, Toys & Towels
8/29/2017 7:08 PM PDT
Joel Osteen‘s Houston megachurch is open in Houston … and refugees are getting an official greeting from a ton of donated items.
Lakewood Church’s lobby has been lined by piles of books, towels, toys, diapers, clothing and more … a stark contrast to what it looked like a mere 24 hours ago.
As we reported, Osteen finally opened the church’s doors Tuesday afternoon. Some believed he didn’t do so sooner because he didn’t want the place to get ruined. The church however blamed the delay on high water surrounding the near 17,000 capacity venue, although a hotel across the street didn’t have any problems taking in evacuees.
It’s interesting … while the lobby looks crammed, the church’s main hall still looks empty, but we’re expecting that will change.
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