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If you're looking for a good quality but simple star projector, to project real-looking imagery into your space at home, we can't really think of a reason to choose a more expensive model over this one.
This projector would be most suited to a child's bedroom, just be mindful that the lasers aren't pointing directly in anyone's line of sight — pretty easy to accomplish given the positioning flexibility the magnetic space helmet allows.However, I find they aren't particularly good for relaxation purposes -- mostly due to the intensity of their lasers and their inability to represent an actual night sky. It is simple enough to change the disks, they only fit one way around so your projections are always the right way up.
It ships with two disks as standard, but with over 30 compatible disks available as additional add-ons, there's a greater level of exploration to be had than with other star projectors and home planetariums. Finally, we've mentioned it a few times throughout this review — the Sega Toys Homestar Flux is still a favorite amongst those who want to bring the cosmos indoors by projecting realistic imagery, and who don't mind paying a considerable amount more money for the Sega Toys brand name.Operation is very simple, just three buttons control the timer, rotation and power, and then the focus wheel to make your images sharp — there are no convoluted apps or Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connections needed to access the full functionality. We like the novelty of setting the date and time to see the positions of the constellations in the night sky above us at any given time. Watching the shimmering starlight flowing on my ceiling, I feel like a wandering star in the universe.
Instead of a three-watt bulb, the Homestar Flux relies on a much brighter five-watt for clearer, more visible stargazing at home.
The money will be used to provide living and educational resources that help create a better future for the next generation. The Pococo Galaxy Star Projector is a small device, small enough to fit on a shelf without leaving too much of a footprint. Star projectors that accurately show off clusters are more expensive than small projectors that may project a single image.