24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
Nice gadget...but not a planetarium. Check out Sega's Homestar Aurora,
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Pros: Can project starry pattern anywhere & transform even the dullest surface
Cons: Design a bit childlike and plasticy... not a planetarium
I got this not realising that the gadget is not a planetarium... nevertheless is fun way to transform a room into a cool chill out zone.
The stars are all green, and not totally random, and do not represent the night sky.
The array does have a pattern if you look at it that is a geometric array, with random bits that swirl around.
The experience is made much better with the cloud projection.
This would be a good present for anyone kids and adults who like starry things, and is fairly good value, although I believe it is a bit overpriced for what it is-
I think £50-60 would be a more reflective price, not a ton.
For a better starry experience check out the Sega Homestar Aurora .
Costs less and is a far better gadget all round with accurate stars and proper projections including the Northern Lights in full colour with cool sounds too.