|Manufacturer||Can You Imagine|
|Item Weight||3.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.4 x 10.9 x 12.3 inches|
|Item model number||U49763|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
Can You Imagine Laser Twilight Stars Projector - Bring The Night Stars & Sky Into Your Home
|Price:||+ $25.99 shipping|
|You Save:||$20.00 (17%)|
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- Bring the wonder and beauty of the universe into your own home! Fill any room with a crystal-clear animated display of stars and clouds! Utilizes powerful green laser and holograph technology.
- One of the most amazing light shows you will see anywhere! Bring the wonder and beauty of the universe into your own home with Laser Stars! The Laser Stars Projector will fill any dark space with a super-sharp spectacle of animated stars and cloud formations.
- It will even surprise you with the occasional shooting star! Created from powerful green laser and holographic technology, a display this bright and clear has never been available before. Laser Stars is fully adjustable, requires no set up, and will fill any room from the tiniest bedroom to the largest warehouse with a crystal-clear animated star display.
- Truly one of the most amazing light shows you will see anywhere! Uses an AC adapter (included). Just plug it in and you're ready to go.
- Item measures 11 1/4-inches tall x 9 1/2-inches wide x 8 1/2-inches long. Projector is made of plastic with electronic components and a laser.
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Laser Star Indoor Light Show is so easy and fun to use! Fill the room with thousands of Stars with an all new green laser technology. Class II Laser Product - this 10 watts projector is adjustable, pivots and includes a 4 hour timer.
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Dozens of green laser "stars" of approximately 6 different sizes/brightness levels are projected as a starry night pattern onto a ceiling or wall. The biggest, brightest star, right in the center of the projected sky, is completely stationary, as are most of the second-brightest stars that surround it in various "clock-like" intervals. Stars of other sizes and brightness levels span across the sky, with most of the stars moving at various speeds. Each moving star seems to be traveling in its own direction and speed, which makes for a very relaxing effect. Astute observers will notice that most of the stars travel in circles of various diameters and offsets, although it takes several minutes of observation to comprehend the patterns.
The third-brightest stars are approximately the brightness and size of real planets and bright stars that occasionally light up the night sky. The sixth-brightest stars are approximately the brightness of falling stars you might catch out of the corner of your eye during meteor showers. Everything in between is representative of the typical brightness of real stars.
This projector looks especially impressive when used in areas with high ceilings, such as sun rooms.
Astronomy fans such as myself would probably prefer that the light show didn't come with the brightest and second-brightest stars; they are incredibly bright, almost lighting up the whole room, and distract from the prettiness of the rest of the stars. It would also be amazingly realistic if there was an option to have the star motion more accurately reflect the slow, boring pace of stars across the real night sky. As it is, the projected star field looks more like a petri dish of slow, microscopic organisms swimming every which way. It's still pleasing to watch, though, and kids especially love it.
The "nebula cloud" feature was honestly more interesting than I thought it would be. For "realistic" starry nights, I keep the nebula projection pretty dim, but my kids love it when I crank the brightness all the way up, where the shimmering nebula pattern almost looks like a Star Gate from the TV series of the same name. I find the star field more interesting with the nebula cloud on rather than off, even though I originally anticipated that I would always keep that feature off.
I'm really glad that these newer projectors come with independent 4-hour auto-shut-off timers, one for the star projector, and one for the nebula projector. People who had older versions of the projector, without the timers, apparently ran into problems where the projector eventually overheated and died. During my usage, the projector never got hot, and the built-in cooling fan was relatively quiet the whole time.
Now some words of precaution. The star projector is essentially a Class II laser, and it's very important that no one looks directly at the "stars" (i.e. laser beams), especially children. When situating the projector on the floor, pointing upwards to the ceiling, it's very important to make sure that young kids know to not look at the projector lens, even by accident. Under ideal circumstances, children would not be left unattended with this projector. Realistically speaking, however, you'll probably be fine if you situate the projector high enough off the ground (for example, on a book shelf or dresser), and point it straight up towards the ceiling so that the children couldn't walk across the laser-beam line-of-sight even if they tried. This is especially important for people who are tempted to use the projector as a "night light". You don't want kids getting up to use the bathroom in the middle of the night and accidentally stumbling into the projector beams.
Another important consideration is to make sure the stars do not reflect off shiny surfaces and into the eyes of people, or shine out a window or skylight where the laser beams may strike passersby or interfere with aircraft. Remember, the stars move. If a star wanders across the ceiling and shines out a skylight and into the eyes of a flying pilot, you may be held responsible with serious legal ramifications. Also warn children to not hold objects in front of the laser beams, as the lasers might reflect into people's eyes.
Overall, the quality of this projector is just right for its price. The projector exterior is constructed out of light but durable materials, and will probably last a long time if kept safe from accidents.
The unit itself is very light weight plastic but no problems. Assembly was simply plug in and turn on. We put it atop a small container near the floor...it projects across the entire ceiling and down the walls .
My son has it in his basement so it is dark. He loves the "cloud" scene. Big hit with his teen friends.