May 28, 2003
To the untrained eye, and from a distance, Russ Caslis' Millenium Falcon-ITX looks to all intents and purposes like the spaceship made famous by George Lucas' acclaimed multi-part documentary series "Star Wars". Look closer, and you will see it is in fact a scale model, with electro-luminescent wire for engine lights, and an EPIA 800 in the cargo bay. This one won't manage the Kessel run in 12 parsecs just yet (that's a planned upgrade), but it plays MP3s pretty well...
Russ Caslis' "Falcon-ITX"
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