Lightsabers

OLED Lightsaber Coke Bottles

OLED Lightsaber Coke Bottles

Created to celebrate The Rise of Skywalker, unique Star Wars and Coca-Cola collectibles have one of two light-up lightsaber designs, both illuminated by a custom-cut, flexible OLED light source. Sadly, they’re only destined for Singapore at this point, with just 8000 bottles being randomly distributed to 45 secret locations.

Kyle’s Mom’s a Bitch: Beat Saber Edition

Kyle’s Mom’s a Bitch: Beat Saber Edition

(PG-13:Language) Ruckus created a custom Beat Saber level based on the South Park classic Kyle’s Mom’s a Bitch, resulting in one of the most challenging but awesome levels we’ve seen in the popular VR game.

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Bruce Lee with Lightsabers

Bruce Lee with Lightsabers

Watching the late, great Bruce Lee take on an opponent is already pretty rewarding, but after seeing this image, Patrick Nan decided to amp things up even more, by adding a lightsaber (and lightsaber nunchucks) to a classic martial arts fight sequence from Fist of Fury.

Making a Real Lightsaber

Making a Real Lightsaber

There are lots of cool lightsaber replicas you can buy right now, but those ones just light up. The Hacksmith set about making a brightly glowing blade that can actually cut and burn things. Watch it heat up and start a fire at 12:38.

Star Wars Symbolism: Lightsabers

Star Wars Symbolism: Lightsabers

The inner being expressed as external power. ScreenPrism takes a look at one of the best fictional weapons ever conceived. They focus on the Skywalker’s lightsabers, but also touch on many of the ways that Star Wars uses the weapon as a symbol.

Lightsaber Dancing

Lightsaber Dancing

Daniel Musashi and David Barron used fire dancing and other spinning tricks to embody the ways of the Sith and the Jedi in the latest short from Kuma Films. The Dark Side user has flashy and aggressive moves while the Light Side disciple flows with his blade.

The Original Lightsaber Effect

The Original Lightsaber Effect

Practical effects wizard Joey Shanks shows us how to replicate the lightsaber effect seen in the first Star Wars movie not using digital trickery, but the same 3M Scotchlite reflection effect that Lucas and his team used back in 1977. The spinning blade trick was brilliant.

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