For as long as humans have existed, we’ve had a preoccupation with the night sky. This remains true today, where sleeping under a starry sky is seen as a liberating and fulfilling experience. However, many people live in places too cold to sleep outside, or in a city, where sleeping outside is a bad idea, to put it lightly.
There is a solution, however. A star projector will light up your room with a gentle glow and show you all of the stars and systems you could possibly want, whilst you stay warm and comfortable in your own home. As with all things, there are some good ones and some… not so good, so we’ve taken the time to create a list and find out once and for all which is the best star projector for you.
Best Star Projector – Comparison Table
The table below shows you the name and a couple of relevant specifications of each product. Relax, you don’t have to make a decision based on this information alone, this is just to help you get a feel for the projectors we’ll be covering.
|Product Name||Astronomically Accurate||Rotation|
|Mokoqi Night Lighting Lamp||No||Yes|
|SlowTon Starlight Projector||No||Yes|
|In My Room Star Theater Pro||No||Yes|
|Sega Homestar Projector||Yes||Yes|
|BulbHead Star Shower||No||No|
|Arotek Star Projector||No||Yes|
As you can see, we have a wide range of different models here, all suited to a specific niche, and we’ll be looking a little closer at each of these in order to ascertain where they’re best used and any strengths or weaknesses they might have. That said, let’s get started with the Night Lighting Lamp from Mokoqi.