Fiber optics, color-changing LEDs, strobe lightslearn about engineering and optics while you create your own light and magic show. More than 55 parts combine to create 175 projects, all illustrated in the step-by-step manual. You can even connect any MP3 player and watch the lights dance to the beat. The kit also includes a glow-in-the-dark flying fan and an infrared detector. No tools required.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD small parts not for children under 3 years.
For ages 8 and up. Four AA batteries, not included. Circuit board is 11"W x 7 3/4"L.
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