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‘The Force Glove’ Will Teach Kids About Magnets in a Fun Way

 - Aug 15, 2012
References: neatoshop & geekalerts
Kids everywhere can now possess the powerful forces from Star Wars with ‘The Force Glove.’ Thanks to neatorama, everyone can have something in common with Luke Skywalker from the iconic film.

The glove gives the illusion that you too can move objects with your mind, so long as these objects are made from metal. The glove works by inserting a magnet into the center of the palm. You can choose which side to put the magnet on, which will in turn either attract or repel the metal object. It’s not just fun, but it’s also a great learning tool to show children how magnetism works.

It doesn’t only serve the needs of Star Wars fans -- if you’re a bigger fan of X-Men, you can pretend you’re Magneto.