Even the phone in your pocket is capable of playing cutting-edge games, so why would you go back to Simon, that simple four-button electronic memory game that was popular back in the ‘80s? Because there’s a new Vader-shaped Star Wars version that plays the Imperial March, that’s why.
Darth Vader’s Imperial March is - apart from the Main Theme - the most iconic part of the music of Star Wars. It’s big, bombastic and menacing. So, what happens when you change the key that piece is in?
YouTube is full of videos of defunct and outdated computer hardware that's been hacked and turned into musical instruments. Everything from disk drives to dot-matrix printers has been given a symphonic second life, and despite being a relatively new technology, even 3D printers have now been taught to play Star Wars'…
Teach a man to use a washing machine, and he will do the laundry. Teach a man to play "The Imperial March" on the washing machine, he'll do laundry any chance he gets.
What does Darth Vader do on his days off? In this video, he enjoys a pleasant one-wheeled cycle through the streets of Portland (of course) while providing his own Imperial March theme music (after an extended bout of the Star Wars main theme). So which is more difficult, riding a unicycle with a bagpipe in your…
If you didn't think Star Wars Tesla Coil music even had multiple levels of greatness, I give you this: a guy conducting the Imperial March with Palpatine zaps from his fingers.
I have no explanation. You should simply watch the video.