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Space Age Toys: Photos from Toy Fair 2014

Classic Arcade Wristwatch

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Put the Classic Arcade Wristwatch on your body, courtesy of Think Geek. The timepiece was displayed 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.]

Giant Mars Volcano

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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 giant Mars volcano. [See our full story about the Space.com Space Age Awards given out at Toy Fair 2014.]

RobotiKit: Super Solar Recycler


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The environmentally concerned will enjoy the RobotiKit: Super Solar Recycler
 from Owi Inc.
 The toys were 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.]

SmartGlobe Star Constellation Globe

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Oregon Scientific presented the SmartGlobe Star Constellation Globe 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.]

GoldieBlox and the Dunk Tank

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GoldieBlox and the Dunk Tank
 are aimed specially to teach engineering concepts. The toys were 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.]

DiscoRobo

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Tosy Robotics showed off DiscoRobo, a dancing robot, 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.]

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