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"As a child, I learned about the concept of holographic imaging from the Star Wars movies," says Lei Wang, a PhD student at the The Australian National University (ANU) Research School of Physics and Engineering. "It's really cool to be working on an invention that uses the principles of holography depicted in those movies."

Holograms of the highest quality ever seen are being created with a tiny new device, and a team of Australian Physicists.

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Bot accounts are the bane of Twitter. The automated accounts that are often characterised by the default egg icon can wreak all sorts of havoc and totally turn the tide on topics that are trending. In a new paper, researchers discovered a bot army of 350,000 accounts that all had one thing in common: a love of Star Wars novels.

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When you're buying your lunch today, you might want to take a moment and spend a little more. Gizmodo's Lunch Time Deals posts point out any particularly good bargains for Aussie bargain hunters around the 'net. Today eBay is having a 20 per cent off sale of a whole range of goodies that caught our eye.

There's a "New Year" sale featuring everything you need to get your fitness goals in motion, and a toy sale with everything from Star Wars Lego to consoles and PC accessories.

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Jyn and Cassian facing off with Krennic. Bodhi working communications. Chirrut and Baze fighting on the beach. The space battle. The Imperials. And finally, Darth Vader and the ending. Trying to put the many, many pieces that are part of Rogue One's third act together wasn't quite as hard as stealing the Death Star plans, but it sure wasn't easy