Anthony Daniels, the definitive voice behind the lovable "Star Wars" droid C-3PO, thinks that the forthcoming "Episode 7" could be better than "The Empire Strikes Back."
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While touring Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center, CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi literally bumped into Anthony Daniels, the actor behind Star Wars' lovable android C3PO. You might not recognize his face, but you surely know his voice. Take a walk down memory lane with Daniels, who talks about working on the films and his relationship with George Lucas.
A partnership between Lucasfilm and Magic Leap brings C-3PO and R2-D2 to your home in a mixed-reality experience.
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The studio will develop technology with augmented-reality startup Magic Leap that can overlay a Star Wars filter on top of your world.
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