February 13, 2011, 12:29 PM
With its sleek black face, glowing video screens, and Darth Vaderesque controls, the device could easily be mistaken for a prop in yet another sequel to Star Wars. In fact, it springs from the fertile imagination of George Lucas, creator of the Star Wars trilogy, who calls it EditDroid. As connoisseurs of Lucas's movies know, 'droids - short for android, a word with Greek roots meaning automaton with a humanlike form - are the playful robots that populate his highly successful space operas.
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