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Star Wars Science - Force Trainer

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  • 15 Levels of training: Advance from Padawan to Jedi Knight
  • Wireless Headset
  • Training remote
  • Features STAR WARS character voices and sound effects
  • Fun and informative learning guide
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
CHOKING HAZARD -- Toy contains a small ball. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 6 x 10 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B001UZHASY
  • Item model number: 15051
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 - 12 years
  • Batteries 3 AAA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #195,885 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Have you ever thought you could move an object with your mind? Now you can, as you control the Jedi training remote with only your thoughts. Jedi Master Yoda guides you through 15 levels of Force training as you develop your powers of concentration. Perhaps you will discover that you have the skills to reach the highest rank of Jedi Master.

Can this be real?

YES! Utilizing advanced dry neural sensor technology, The Force Trainer headset reads and interprets your brainwaves. As you concentrate, Beta waves are generated. This information is translated by the headset into a digital signal and sent to the training tower causing the training remote to rise and fall.

From the Manufacturer

May the Force be with you. The Force Trainer by Uncle Milton actually allows you to control a Jedi Training Remote with your mind, by tapping into cutting-edge brainwave technology. Utilizing dry EEG sensor technology, the headset reads and interprets your brainwaves. The deeper your concentration and mental focus, the greater your ability to move the Training Remote up or down the Training Tower. Progress from Padawan to Jedi Master as you master the use of “The Force” through 15 levels of training. Increasingly challenging sequences are aided by training cues and instruction from the master of all Jedi Masters himself, Yoda. Additional STAR WARS sound effects confirm accomplishment and provide encouragement throughout your training. Advancement and current level of your training is displayed on the Training Tower control panel.

Customer Reviews

PLease I urge all who buy this toy to read the manual..
Amazon Customer
The fan is set to work in a certain way that has nothing to do with your brain waves or concentration level.
K. Simpkins
It's funny how toys like this are easier for kids than for adults, even though they require concentration.
Lovin' Life

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

188 of 189 people found the following review helpful By Robert M. Lavendusky on December 6, 2010
This is a great introduction to brainwave biofeedback. I am a neurofeedback trainer and just purchased thus product. I think some of the negative reviews may be based on an improperly set up system, you've got to read the instruction manual first. You cant just put batteries in it and turn it on. I have not read a review where anyone mentions calibrating the unit. Before you use it the first time you must calibrate it, or you will not get accurate results when you try to go through the training modes. The calibration has you adjust the fan speed to make the ball hover at a very specific level in the tube this way the game knows when you have passed the goals it sets up for you. The other point is making sure the sensors are correctly positioned on the head and no hair is trapped under the sensors. The unit has a display that indicates when the sensors are not making positive contact or the base is not getting a good signal from the headset. These are essential points if you want the device to function accurately.
I have also read some reviews where people think it doesn't read brainwaves at all but just goes through a preset pattern, this is definitely not the case, I can only assume the unit was not set up properly. The company that makes the brainwave technology is called neurosky, check out their website neurosky.com to get more info on the technology and other more sophisticated products they sell.
Brainwave feedback, more commonly known as neurofeedback is a powerful technology used to train people to consciously control brainstates and is used to help people with adhd, depression, peak performance, stress reduction etc. We will soon see this type of mental training hitting the mainstream where it is used to help people lead more productive and fulfilling lives. This type of mental training will become as common as physical exercise when people recognize the many benefits of keeping their brain tuned up. Great product and fun too!
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Alain Bloch on October 19, 2010
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I read some of the reviews here and I was skeptical how well it would work. I just received it today and put in some fresh batteries.

The headset is a bit small for my big head. Thankfully, it was little plastic extenders along the side to lengthen it.

My girlfriend and I both started playing in Freeplay Mode, and we were both able to control the ball - moving it up and down depending upon our concentration level.

Let me repeat that, WE WERE BOTH ABLE TO CONTROL THE BALL. The toy works as advertised. It was definitely our concentration levels. There was no randomness too it. If I relaxed the ball would go down. If I focused on the ball and concentrated, it would go up.

There are three difficulty modes: Padawan, Jedi Knight and Jedi Master. Each mode has 5 trials. Yoda's voice (very authentic sounding) will instruct you on which level to hover the ball at (1-3). During some trials, he will instruct you to move it from 1, then to 3 and then to 2. It can get quite tricky.

Once you finish a trial, the ball will drop down. Now comes the part that confused me and is my only complaint; the instructions were not to clear about this part: when you finished the trial (ie, the ball drops down, R2-D2 gives a cheer and the next level LED light turns on) you have to click on the headset to start the next trial. It doesn't automatically go to the next trial. I had expected it to go to the next trial once I finished the first. Instead, I just sat there concentrating wondering why the ball didn't go up anymore.

Overall, this thing is AWESOME and it WORKS AS ADVERTISED. Perhaps the people who didn't have the same experience had a defective toy.
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72 of 83 people found the following review helpful By J. Granquist on December 12, 2009
This is all that my son asked for for Xmas or his 9th birthday. At the time we asked him, it was well over $100. But he kept asking & it got decent write ups so the search began. I purchased his for just around $75 and it was a good deal at the time, I see that now on Amazon it goes for half that now. Such is life!
So he opened it last night and is still wearing the wireless headset this morning. He is intregued! The adults found it interesting but not for long. We adults can be finicky! But my 9 yo loves it, and that's all that matters. Whether it actually measures the beta waves in your brain or it's just completing a circuit, he doesn't care. It seems to work for him though. He can make the ball go up & down at will, at it was intertaining to hear his baby brother shout "up!" "up!" as big brother made it go up. Same with down.
All that matters to me is if it puts a smile on my son's face, and it does. He loves Star Wars and he loves this! I gave it 5 stars because if you ask my son, it is perfect. And that's the audience it was meant for.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Shadowspawn on February 23, 2010
This is a really cool toy for a kid. This is the future of toys. I waited to give it to my son after his birthday party... you can't just open it out of the box and master it and didn't want everyone crowding him because it's not that type of toy. It's raising and lowering the beta wave output of your brain just by thinking differently, which we don't consciously do. That is we don't link it normally to any activity (except a heart attack!) until you start to use this toy.

I must note that at first my son did his best (masters all 3 levels and all 5 sublevels) right before bedtime or right after waking up. He'll use his hand as a focus point, raising it, lowering it, etc.; when a friend is around he's learning to do it and ignore distractions. He now can even do pretty well while his sister is making fun of him.

It's teaching him concentration, and to not react as much to outside interferences. He actually plays differently in some situations; he's not distracted as much at all.

This device gives feedback on your mind, so yes, it does "read" your mind as much as a simple device can. It detects beta levels, the easiest to detect and most common ones that don't need intrusive sensors. If you are the excited type or anxious it'll peak the ball at the top. If your brain is on overload it won't work. If you are taking any stimulants (especially ADHD drugs) this won't work, you'll peg it. Interruptions play havoc. If you are really relaxed (artificially) it won't do anything. If you are taking "beta-blockers" this won't really work quite right either.
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