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Space Age Toys: Photos from Toy Fair 2014

Cosmic Space Toy: Shadow Fx Color Projector from Crayola

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Crayola's Shadow Fx Color Projector lets kids play with animation and drawing. [See our full story about the Space.com Space Age Awards given out at Toy Fair 2014.]

Retro Future: Benny's Spaceship, Spaceship, SPACESHIP! from LEGO

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Benny's spaceship from the LEGO movie has a long history. The blue spaceman was an early LEGO space figure, and the callback to the early history of the toys pleased both adults and kids watching the film. [See our full story about the Space.com Space Age Awards given out at Toy Fair 2014.]

Amazing Robot: MiP from WowWee

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MiP has a huge personality. The robot, which specializes in balancing, is talkative and engaging. [See our full story about the Space.com Space Age Awards given out at Toy Fair 2014.]

Little Scientists: National Geographic kits from Laser Pegs

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The National Geographic sets from Laser Pegs show a few famous historical items in a new light. [See our full story about the Space.com Space Age Awards given out at Toy Fair 2014.]

High-Tech Toy: Ozobot

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Ozobot is a tiny robot that packs a big gaming punch. The little bot can play games on a tablet and other surfaces. [See our full story about the Space.com Space Age Awards given out at Toy Fair 2014.]

Sci-Fi on Earth: Technomancer Digital Wizard Hoodie from ThinkGeek

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The LED, light-up jacket comes with its own speaker, and wearers can cast "spells" by moving their arms in specific, pre-programed ways. [See our full story about the Space.com Space Age Awards given out at Toy Fair 2014.]

Do-It-Yourself Science: Geek & Co. Science! line from Thames & Kosmos

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This line of DIY kits has something for every budding scientist. Kids can make their own solar system model, learn how to build a Martian volcano and even develop their own plasma reactor. [See our full story about the Space.com Space Age Awards given out at Toy Fair 2014.]

Hubsan Spy Plane

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Hubsan Spy Plane consists of a tiny quadcopter with an HD video camera plus glasses for VR viewing, promoted by 
Odyssey Toys at Toy Fair in New York City, February 2014. [See our full story about the Space.com Space Age Awards given out at Toy Fair 2014.]

Benny's Spaceship

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This amazing retro space set was based on a real-life 80's spaceship from the LEGO movie's director. This kit was presented at Toy Fair in New York City, February 2014. [See our full story about the Space.com Space Age Awards given out at Toy Fair 2014.]

DIY Solar System

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Geek & Co. presents science kits of many different kinds at Toy Fair in New York City, February 2014. This one allows budding scientists to create a DIY solar system. [See our full story about the Space.com Space Age Awards given out at Toy Fair 2014.]

MiP, the Balancing Robot

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Wowwee showed its balancing robot, MiP, at the Toy Fair in New York City in February 2014. [See our full story about the Space.com Space Age Awards given out at Toy Fair 2014.]

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