Star Wars has millions of fans around the world. There are already plenty of awesome products available for them. If you are looking for something special, you should give these Star Wars gadgets, robots, and DIY projects a look:
R2-D2 Robotic Refrigerator: this R2-D2 robot brings you cold drinks. You get a remote control to interact with it.
Han Solo Carbonite Refrigerator: shouldn’t need any explanation. The refrigerator comes with glowing lights and a bunch of other cool features.
DIY Rocking Speeder Bike: this project involves building a Speeder Bike for your children. It rocks back and forth to keep your children calm.
Star Wars Imperial AT-AT Walker Robot: this robot walks, shakes its paw, and moves its head. It has an EZ-B v4 robot controller and various sensors.
Star Wars Millennium Falcon Multitool: has 4 hex keys, two screw drivers, and an adjustable wrench. There are also 5/64″, 3/32″, 1/8″, 5/32″ hex keys under the ship.
DIY Burning Lightsaber: there are plenty of lightsaber toys on the market. This is a real burning lightsaber that can be used to pop balloons and burn things.
Star Wars Hologram Vinyl Set: features a 3D hologram of the Millennium Falcon and TIE Fighter. You will need a direct light source to get a better view.
Darth Vader Smart Garden: a DIY project that involves using sensors, NeoPixel LED, and other components to build a smart garden to take care of your plants.
Phone Controlled BB-8 Droid: a life-size BB-8 robot you can control from your mobile device. It was built using an Arduino and a few other household items.
Fully Functional Life-size BB-8 Robot: a BB-8 robot with a Hamster drive. It was built using parts from ServoCity and VEX Robotics.
R2D2 Robot with IoTiny: a robot built using an IoTiny v4 robot controller that can be controlled using a smartphone.
Kinect controlled Sphero Robot: this project shows how you can control Sphero using Kinect and hand gestures.
DIY BB-8 Heels: this project is about building BB-8 heels with a spinning ball in the heel.
Darth Vader Scooter Luggage: holds your things and has 3 wheels to help you get moving with less effort.
DIY RC AT-AT Walker: an Arduino powered AT-AT Walker that you can control using a Xbox 360 controller.
Death Star Fire Pit: handmade from steel. It is available in 30- and 37-inch versions.
Han Solo DL-44 Blaster Flask: this is modeled after Han Solo’s DL-44. It has a cap that works as a 1.5oz shot glass.