Uchiage Hanabi Fireworks Projector makes every day the 4th of July
By Darren Quick
July 8, 2009
I’m often told I’m lacking in the fireworks department in the bedroom so the Uchiage Hanabi could be just what I need. Produced by Sega Toys, the Uchiage Hanabi is a fireworks projector that lets users display a full fireworks show on their walls and ceilings, complete with realistic sound effects.
The device uses five customizable projection lenses to display moving fireworks and even tracks the fireworks from launch to explosion to mimic the appearance of a real fireworks display. If you’re feeling artistic you can even create your own fireworks to display messages or symbols by drawing on special plates. The compact unit incorporates a speaker for the various bangs and whistles, but you’ll have to generate the oohs and ahhhs on your own.
Check out the video below to see the unit in action.
The Uchiage Hanabi should be available from August for USD$166 with worldwide shipping for an additional USD$41.
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