A talented Star Wars fan created a kind of elaborate lighter that feels almost like the terrifying sword of light you've always dreamed of
Today (the December 18) is the big day, in which the seventh and new chapter Star Wars series (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) is coming to the screens massively and officially, with a parallel launch in many dozens of states - and clear intentions to break all of Hollywood's high-income and popularity records, some of which were set only a few months ago by Jurassic World.
For this occasion, it seems, a YouTube user answering the name decided Sufficiently Advanced Publish a new and cool video, which documents the LightSaver that he created and composed for himself.
The guy in the film uses a three-dimensional structure, combined with a metal chamber that includes methanol and butane fuel, to spit a fire flame (enough to ignite and blow things up) to an impressive distance of several tens of centimeters without any distortions or dangerous bursts of burning material to the sides. He inserted the mechanism into a shell that quite convincingly resembles what can be found in the Star Wars films, and on top of that is a small circle that creates the desired vocal effect in setting the fire on and off, making the whole thing even more authentic and authentic.
The Sword of Light works fairly reliably in the video, and yet - don't try it at home, please
The video has already accumulated about a quarter of a million views, in less than a day since it went online, and it seems to have a pretty good potential to explode and become a big viral hit, thanks to the grand general buzz surrounding everything related to George Lucas' To 40 Change. Awesome or stupid? You are invited to view and tell us what you think.