If you love to gaze at the night sky than you will want a planetarium at some point so that you can enjoy the stars in the comfort of your home. This Einstein Steampunk Planetarium should be everything that you need. It not only looks […]
When unreal universes and real science facts collide, you get the Star Wars Death Star Planetarium. Housed in the moon-sized super weapon and space station from the Star Wars movies, turn this planetarium on to transform your bedroom (or any other room, for that matter) […]
If you don’t happen to live near a planetarium or in the wilderness without city lights, then you will appreciate the Star Theatre Planetarium. Just put this planetarium in a dark room in your house and you will be amazed by the quality and detail […]
If you saw Homestar’s original planetarium, then you know that the top kind of resembled R2-D2’s head. I guess I wasn’t the only one that noticed because now Sega Toys has outed a cool R2-D2 Homestar Planetarium.
The Japanese toy manufacturer Sega, who has brought us home planetariums like the Pure Mini and the Spa, has now released a second edition of the popular HomeStar Pro model.
Sega Toys, the Japanese company that has brought us the HomeStar home planetariums, has now released a bathroom version called HomeStar Spa.
The popular HomeStar Pure home planetarium from the Japanese Sega Toys company is now also available in a mini version.
The Japanese Segatoys company has released the HomeStar Pure – a new and more affordable version of their successful HomeStar home planetarium.
This indoor planetarium transforms any room into a truly stellar display, allowing you to view the night sky as it would appear anywhere in the world.
This Star Theater V3 ($25) available at the Discovery Channel Store will transforms any room into a 360-degree planetarium, projecting hundreds of constellations and twinkling stars onto the walls and ceiling.
The Celestron SkyScout Personal Planetarium ($347) locates and identifies over 6,000 stars, planets, and constellations from its built-in database.
We’ve seen a lot of planetarium gadgets lately, but never before as good looking as the 10,000 Star Planetarium ($130). It’s also said to be the “most advanced desktop planetarium available for home use”, capable of projecting a realistic image of the heavens with over […]