3D Illusion Platform Star Wars Night Lighting,Terrosol Touch Botton 7 Color Change Decor LED Lamp

Looking for a LAMP give your life or you kids or the home decorative?

Do you want to spice up and add a little magic to your décor Have you been searching for a safe and reliable night light which inspires your children.
And here transform your office, bedroom or local gathering place with this ultramodern and stunning 3D light sculpture.
Because the 3D Illusion Light is powered by 9 long life, super bright LED lights, which never get hot and use very little energy.
This is the perfect night light for children We only use the highest quality material in the construction of our 3D Illusion Lights.
We test each light base and acrylic plate before leaving the factory to ensure proper operation and superb lighting

Description
Colors:Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Pink, White;
Switch mode: touch switch
Product Power: 0.5W
Power spend: 0.012kw.h/24 hours
LED life span: 10000hours
Panel Material: Acrylic
Panel size: 7.48×9.76×0.16 inch (19.0×24.8×0.5 CM)
Base dimensions: 3.43×3.43×1.69
inch(8.7×8.7×4.3 CM)
USB cable length: 150 CM
Product Weight: 500g

Package include:
1 x 3D Space Warp acrylic panel
1 x ABS base
1 x USB cable
1 x English manual

Product Features

  • 3D Illusion Platform Star Wars Night Lighting,Terrosol Touch Botton 7 Color Change Decor LED Lamp made by Terrosol
  • The 3D Illusion Light is powered long life, super bright LED lights, which never get hot and use very little energy, this is the perfect night light for children.
  • Touch button: Press one time, one color light up, press it again, it turns off. Press it thirdly, another color light up,so you can change different color modes.
  • 7 Color change: Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Pink, White.
  • •It can be put in bedroom, child room, living room, bar, shop, cafe, restaurant etc as decorative light

3D Illusion Star Wars Night Light, Three Pattern and 7 Color Change Decor Lamp – Perfect Gifts for Kids and Star Wars Fans

Package include :
1 *Acrylic Plate(R2-D2)
1 *Acrylic Plate(Death Star)
1 *Acrylic Plate(Millennium falcon)
1 *ABS base
1 *Remote control
1 *USB cable
1 *User manual

Please pay attention:
Keep grease, water or other liquid away from the lamp.
Do not put the lamp near the fire and throw into fire.
Do not put the lamp in conditions above 60℃ temperature.
The touch sensitivity may change due to the temperature and humidity.

Product Features

  • Perfect Gifts for Kids and Star Wars Fans, Perfect Decor Lamp for your bedroom or studyroom and office etc…
  • 7 different color and 3 Pattern, you can choose different Pattern and colors depending on your mood or the surrounding.
  • Provide a sensitive remote, you can control the night light by the remote or button on the base.
  • Durable and Energy Saving, The power spend: 0.012kw.h/24 hours, LED life span: 10000hours
  • 【100% GUARANTEE】We aim to make you happy with your purchase. If you’re not satisfied, then CONTACT US and we will give you a 100% refund.

Get ready for a change with GSC’s Satsuki Kiryuin: Senketsu Ver.

Good Smile Company is no stranger to the world of garage kits, be it making them or repurposing them into amazing scale figures. In this case it’s the later when they reproduce Sakurako Iwanaga’s super detailed garage kit take on Satsuki Kiryuin of Kill la Kill wearing Senketsu as a finished 1/8 scale figure. The original garage kit was announced back in June and GSC announced their version in July so you know this is something they’re excited about. The mass retail release features all the same great sculpting and paint as Iwanaga’s finished sample, but also includes a new rubble base for her to stand on. 

It’s a different take on Satsuki being a little more detailed and slightly more realistic than how she’s seen in the anime. I like the simple pose because it works for her and she still looks like she could hurt you easily. I know some people take exception to the face, but I really like it and think it adds to the overall look with her flowing hair and rippling skirt. It’s a beautiful figure, maybe even my favorite for the series. 

You’re still going to have to wait a little over half a year to get your hands on one of your own as she wont be out until June 2015, but you can pre-order one now for ¥10,000.

[ Pre-order at Hobby Search | AmiAmi | Big in Japan ]

[via Kahotan’s blog]

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Good Smile Getter Robo G: Dynamic Change Figures

From FREEing/Good Smile Company. The long awaited transformable robots from the Getter Robo sequel! From the classic super robot series Getter Robo G comes a set of transformable Getter Robos similar to those previously released from the first season! The set includes Dragon, Liger and Poseidon and each can be transformed and connected together to form “Star Dragon”, “Star Arrow” and “Star Poseidon”! They’re small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, but still amazingly detailed and easily transformable! A must-have for all Getter Robo fans!

Product Features

  • An import from Good Smile
  • From the classic super robot series
  • Transformable robots
  • Set includes Dragon, Liger and Poseidon
  • Connect them to form Star Dragon, Star Arrow and Star Poseidon

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SXSW Gaming 2014: A Change In The Wind

Not much has changed since last year. There’s still the massive GEEK stage near the entrance, tented for an unintended air of mystique. There’s still an inexplicable collection of people congregating around the corner where an inscrutable collection of Lego bricks exists. There’s still a bar where of-age adults buy overpriced beers and forget their 12-year-old burdens.

Well, I guess the giant Mario Kart racing track outside is new.

It’s a largely inconsequential addition, though. Texas’ fickle weather patterns saw fit to drench Austin with a mild downpour half of the SXSW Interactive weekend, ruining the Nintendo-Penzoil dream collaboration(?). It’s also incredibly boring. Walking by the track, it dawned on me that the racers I was passing weren’t warming up but already in the midst of a heated competition.

Mario Kart racing at SXSW Gaming 2014

At least it looked cool. And the idea is quite interesting, translating the items of Mario Kart to patches on the track that actually affect a kart’s speed. But given that you had to also pass a breathalyzer to suit up, I’m sure insurance was a huge factor in making sure nothing too exotic happened. Unfortunately, that also meant nothing fun happened.

For as bombastic as putting a real life analog to your video game product in front of an expo hall is, it still wasn’t the most noteworthy change, though it did make shuttle access kind of a chore. Surprisingly more remarkable, actually, was that the second floor was reserved for LAN-centric activities.

There was still the gaudy display of hubris and yelling at the tournament stage in the main exhibit hall, but the consequences of this move is interesting. Many of the Gaming panels were held upstairs before, but this year they’ve been upgraded to the main and surrounding halls in the Long Center, which is an incredibly classy performance hall for the arts.

Dumping the Alien panel at SXSW Gaming 2014

Though I’m sure it’s likely because the organizers didn’t think it would be kosher to have a bunch of rowdy gamers in the gorgeous Dell Hall, but it does send a subliminal message: the industry has grown up. We’re no longer gaggles crowding around glowing, blinking screens and subsisting entirely on pizza and Bawls but instead hold intellectual discussions about digital literacy and advancements in artificial intelligence.

There was a talk about accessibility for disabled gamers from the founder of The AbleGamers Foundation; HopeLab and Games for Good discussed a game aimed at fighting cancer within the realm of brain science; and panels regarding racial and gender diversity in the industry were hits of the weekend. We are growing up, and it shows.

Of course, this sentiment was here last year, just dormant. Local indies like White Whale Games and Minicore Studios and Stoic Studios were among the heavy hitters then with Nintendo and Xi3 dominating the expo floor. But joining them this year were what can only be referred to as major out-of-towners.

Tales From The Borderlands panel at SXSW Gaming 2014

That and major indie developers. Brendon Chung of Blendo Games was there with Quadrilateral Cowboy, which, if you haven’t heard, is exceptional. Josh Larson and Ryan Green were there to show That Dragon, Cancer and give a talk about what makes its interactive cutscenes so compelling and engage the audience in existential discourse.

(Son Joel Green, the inspiration for the game, passed away last Thursday, and if you’ve played any amount of That Dragon, Cancer, well, you know. I can tell you in that moment of discovery and this one of writing, my eyes are far from dry and my heart far from empty.)

And they go alongside Gearbox Software and Telltale Games breaking new tidbits about their previously announced Tales From The Borderlands. And Palmer Luckey discussing the future of virtual reality with his trademark confusingly grounded yet hyperbolic zeal. Marvel put on display its upcoming slate, Geoff Keighley talked with Microsoft Studios’ Phil Spencer, and Noah Robischon interviewed EA CEO Andrew Wilson.

SXSW Gaming Awards 2014

So it may not just be that gaming is growing up but it’s also just simply growing. SXSW Gaming last year was littered with apathetic crowds, unsure of what to make of the incredibly tiny local developers and their booths. This year, I rarely found myself not at the end of a four or five-person line just to see what was being shown, let alone play it.

It’s weird saying I loved waiting. But it told me that more and more people were starting to care. And more than that, people were starting to care about the right things. Emblematic of both of those were the first SXSW Gaming Awards, hosted by Justine Ezarik of iJustine and Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla of Smosh. Pretty big gets, sure, but check out the winners.

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons beat out The Last of Us and Super Mario 3D World for Excellence in Gameplay. Tearaway overcame BioShock Infinite and Grand Theft Auto V in Excellence in Design and Direction. And Papers, Please won for Cultural Innovation while the nominees included Gone Home, Guacamelee, and Year Walk, more than a smattering of niche awareness.

Naughty Dog's awards at SXSW Gaming 2014

While we still have our problems as an industry, failing to diversify and include rather than exclude, this marks progress that other, much older mediums have enjoyed and endured long before. It is a sign that we’ve grown to a critical mass and vital core that we are capable of nuance and no longer only make headlines for games about hidden sex and overt violence and psychotic lawyers on Fox News.

For as little changed from last year, the things that matter have shift course. We’re headed for somewhere good, and I’m glad it’s SXSW that gave me that feeling. Of course, it might also just be that I’m still full of Franklin Barbecue and Shiner.

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Star Wars Anakin to Darth Vader Color Change Lightsaber Toy

Star Wars Anakin to Darth Vader Color Change Lightsaber

In Episode III, Anakin Skywalker finally gives in to his anger, turning to the dark side of the Force and becoming the evil Sith Lord Darth Vader. And when he does, the blade of the former Jedi’s Lightsaber switches from blue to red, to symbolize his change of allegiance. Now there’s a Lightsaber that lets you relive this exciting moment over and over!

The Anakin to Darth Vader Color Change Lightsaber is really 2 Lightsabers in 1! In Anakin mode, the blade is blue. In Darth Vader mode, the blade is red. Just press button to “ignite” the Lightsaber and decide which side of the Force you want to fight for. The first time you power up, the blade will be blue. Then press the button and the blade will slowly pulse and crackle to red, symbolizing Anakin’s struggle against the dark side. When the Lightsaber is on and the blade is red, press the button again to switch the blade color back to blue.

Not only does the color-change Lightsaber switch from a blue blade to a red one, it also features cool sound effects, including “power up” and “power down” sounds and Darth Vader breathing sounds. It even features motion-sensor-controlled sound effects and battle-clash lights and sounds. This is one elegant weapon that sounds just as awesome as it looks. Depending on which side of the Force you’re defending, you can duel like Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker or Sith Lord Darth Vader. Either way, the battle will be intense!

You can fight as Anakin or Darth Vader. Which side of the Force will you choose? If you can’t decide, you can switch sides any time! Just remember that your Lightsaber blade will pulse and crackle from blue to red, because Anakin struggled against the dark side for as long as he could before finally becoming Darth Vader. How long will you hold out against the dark side of the Force?

Star Wars Anakin to Darth Vader Color Change LightsaberBattle-clash lights and sounds.
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Product Features

  • Anakin to Darth Vader Color Change Lightsaber’s blade changes from blue to red color
  • Fast or slow color change
  • Power-up and power-down sounds
  • Darth Vader breathing sounds
  • Motion sensor-controlled sound effects

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