Living in the city means that you probably don't get to see the stars very often, but with your very own at-home planetarium, things like light pollution, tall buildings, or a cloudy night sky don't become an issue anymore.
Luna is a concept for a tiny planetarium that's small enough to fit on a nightstand and it's capable of making projections onto a wall or ceiling. Luna works in tandem with an app and with it, you can turn on the stars and explore a real-time version of the entire solar system. With the app, you can search for a specific star, zoom into it and learn more information about the wonders of space.
Luna has been submitted as an idea on Quirky and with enough interest, it could go into production.
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