This Home Planetarium Crams A Million Stars Into Your Living Room

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Fancy having a planetarium in your home? Well, if you want the best you’ll need $18,597.

Takayuki Ohira, described as “Japan’s most famous planetarium designer,” has designed the Megastar Class Home Planetarium which boasts a 180-degree projection that can display approximately one million stars. It also features mood lighting that can create dusk, dawn and blue skies. Of course, at that price it might be a good idea to just go outside and enjoy the night sky for free.

Check out more photos and specs below.

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Features:

-Created by Takayuki Ohira
-Color: black, white
-Projects around 1 million stars
-Diurnal motion on the 35th parallel north
-Mood lighting: RGB full color dusk, daybreak, blue sky
-Light source: ultra-high luminance white
-Bluetooth: Version 2.1+ Enhanced Data Rate (EDR) Class 2
-Timer: sleep, alarm clock
-Projection range: radius of around 3.5m (11.5 ft)
-Size: 190 x 240mm (7.5 x 9.4″)
-Weight: 4kg (8.8 lbs) (excludes controller, cable)
-Power: 25-35W, AC100V

Product Page ($18,597)

(Luxury Launches via Geekologie)

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