Check Out All the Entries in the @littleBits Droid Inventor Kit Competition | #StarWars #InventorsWanted
Submissions to the littleBits Droid Inventor Kit Competition are now closed and judges are reviewing the applications, which you too can view online at their microsite:
With 36 pages of entries at 9 entries per page that’s a little more than 300 droids that didn’t have documentation online previously 🙂 And one of the great aspects of making your own droid is getting to name it – some of my faves include The Party Time Droid, Catcarebot, Coffee Maid, as well as classic droid-ish names likes R2BCalm, Fire2-D2, and so-on.
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