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May 4, 2015 AT 8:50 am

Holocron: Build a Star Wars Thumb Drive #MayTheFourthBeWithYou #StarWarsDay

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Happy Star Wars Day and May the fourth be with you! We’ll be posting up some cool star wars themed projects today like this awesome laser cut thumb drive. Via nomuse on Instructables.

In the Extended Universe of Star Wars, the Holocron is a sort of AI-assisted, telepathically-operated, information storage device. And, sure, you can build a prop version (there’s even a kit). Or you can do a fancy version with a real flash drive, especially if you, like I, can say; “I Made it at TechShop.”

Check out the full build tutorial here!


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