With Valentine’s Day on the horizon and with many people spending a majority of time at home, you can infuse your domicile with breathtaking magic by projecting the night sky on to your ceiling and walls with SEGA’s Original Home Planetarium Star Theatre or its Homestar Flux.
Flux is the most powerful and most advanced home planetarium to date, with 5-watt LED, glass optical lenses, and high definition, star-splashed skies.
Imagine wishing on a star from the comfort of your sofa. Sega took an incredibly popular planetarium design and refined it even further for a more intense and uplifting experience. Crafted in a satin black finish, this powerful star projector is designed to be your first choice for a home planetarium because it has no equal. Brilliant glass lenses and their brightest LED to date renders everything in the night sky as vibrant and sharp. The indicated edges of a lunar crater surrounding the lens finish the look. Read more about it and order HERE.
Homestar Original & Classic
A more affordable option, this model looks the same as the Flux and also enables you to stargaze 60,000 twinkling stars from your bed, sofa, or even your table as you dine. This high-def planetarium has an ultra-bright 3-watt LED and its rotating movement projects the night sky throughout the year. Two interchangeable disks containing the fixed stars in the northern hemisphere will enable you to observe the night sky or the map of constellations. As with the Flux model, it has an integrated “shooting star” function so you can wish upon a star with your partner this Valentine’s Day, or any day for that matter. Projection angle and focus are adjustable, and the model’s handy timer enables you to fall asleep while gazing at the stars, knowing that the planetarium turns off automatically. Read more and order it HERE.
The models are small, lightweight, and sturdily built. Disc options for night skies include Northern Hemisphere, Northern Hemisphere with Constellations, Universe with Galaxies, Starry night with Four Seasons, Comets, Southern Hemisphere, Moon Phases, and much more HERE. Other models include Classic Mars for a glimpse of the red panet, and Homestar RELAX, which we could all use.
The Sega home planetarium series is developed by the Japanese inventor & entrepreneur Takayuki Ohira. As a recognized specialist for professional planetariums, he has received multiple innovation prizes. His company, Megastar, supplies large planetariums internationally and these large planetariums project up to 22 million stars. Ohira has been driving the development of the Sega Homestar series in the joint development efforts of both companies. The result is home planetariums which project thousands of stars at a very fair price.
As Oscar Wilde famously said, “We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” In 2021, let that be you.