The lightsaber kit was conceived of at Camp Kaleidoscope in 2008, and has since gone through several revisions by Parts and Crafts. We've tried it out in several public workshops, where children as young as 6 or 7, as well as parents and adults, have tried and generally loved the project. The project serves as both a reasonable introduction to electronics -- as it requires no prior knowledge -- as well as a fun way to explore making electronic props for costumes (especially for Halloween!)
I want to know were I can find this lightsaber kit. So, I have the Darth Vader and Luke`s lightsavers, but I want to build my own lightsaber. If someone can tell me were can I buy it, I`ll appreciate… Thank a lot!!!
May the force be whit you!!
P.S. I from Caracas, Venezuela, but I will go to the United States in april…
I remember watching Star Wars as a young boy, and like every kid who saw the movie, I was entranced by the Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber. It reminded me of the primal need in every being to fight evil and do good, so here’s your chance to build your own â€“ with the Star Wars Ultimate Lightsaber Kit.
Lightsaber kits are available at pledge levels with and without LED blades and/or sound effects. Those choosing one of the upgraded options will receive a "plug and play" version that bypasses solder electronics kits to create a dueling saber with a glowing blade, or a fully functional hero level prop with lights, motion detection, and sound. All basic ASP packages will include the buyer's choice of emitter, pommel, body, and switch section.