Felji LED Starry Night Sky Projector Lamp Kids Gift Star light Cosmos Master
This star light projector is the perfect gift for you and your kids. The brilliant lighting of this star light projector will ensure you don't stumble around the house late at night. It also provides quite an atmospheric and organic backdrop. This exquisite item is ideal for home and bedroom use. Is it a child's birthday and you don't know what to get them? Look no more, this projector is the perfect gift for them, they'll absolutely adore it! It functions as a excellent present for girls and boys alike for all ages. Makes a fantastic night light, with the moon and stars projected all around the room. It will fill your children and you with awe as they gaze into the wonders of the cosmos. Also quite handy for creating a romantic or serene atmosphere for that special someone. This highly affordable lamp projector will create beautiful projections of the galaxy that will give you hours of enjoyment.
- Powered By 3 x AA Batteries or 5V Power Adapter (Power Adapter Not included)
- Material: ABS Plastic
- Color: Black
- Dimensions: About 11 * 11 * 11.8cm (4.3" * 4.3" * 4.6")
- Package Includes: 1 x Starry LED Night Light
- Perfect gift for boys and girls of all ages
- Ideal for also creating a cosmic backdrop or atmosphere
A brief historic overview of planetariums and starry night projectors: These devices used to project images of celestial objects such as comets, stars, planets, and nebulas, to name a few. The first real modern-day planetarium projectors, as we come to know them, were designed and constructed by the Carl Zeiss Jena company in Germany, and have since grown more complex. Back then, these smaller projectors could only display a fixed amount of stars and celestial bodies. As technology grew more and more potent, the new projectors that were produced began to include comets and a wider variety of stars. Other night sky projectors add coordinate lines and constellations, photographic slides, laser displays, and other images. The OMNIMAX movie system (currently known as simply IMAX) was originally designed to operate on planetarium screens.