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AstroReality Lunar Augmented Reality Model

AstroReality Lunar Augmented Reality Model

Where's the price?
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Is there a logical explanation for the price of the pro model increasing $52.99?

If you were to use this as a teaching aid in the classroom, how does the QR code work? Can each student take a picture using their own phones or is it supposed to be unique for the owner?
Hi Pelt, we offer education package for schools. The unique QR code can be paired with 10 devices or more. If you are interested in our education package, please visit Thanks, AstroReality Team
I like how they call the upgraded version the “Pro” version. Lol.
It would be good when the surface is precise by 3D print applied. Won't buy before it can float by base magnet. Perfectly if it can spin in sync to the real one.
With the moon's rotation and revolution both being approximately equal @ 27~ days, it's actually more true to life to have it just sitting somewhere for you to maintain a constant perspective :p
I dont mind if it just sync once or twice a day, at least I wish it is auto. Hand flip daily calendar never worked for me.
If the celestial bodies were at the same scale relative to each other, I could not give them my money fast enough.
The regrettable decision to make everything the same size disqualifies this as a teaching tool (IMHO) and significantly impairs its coolness quotient.
Yes, I realize this drop is just for the Moon, and so there's nothing else for it to compare to, however I wouldn't buy one without, at least, the intent to purchase all the others, and so I'm inevitably lead to the same impasse.
Seriously, this exact same product to a common scale and my money's yours (in case anyone is listening).
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Jupiter is actually more than 1300 times larger than Earth by volume... (11 times wider in diameter).
In the context of this discussion, I say the takeaway is that a scale model of each planet, in a size range which makes them all visible, is economically feasible only for entities like science museums and eccentric billionaires. If we scale the separation between each model to their real orbits too, maybe half a dozen Earthlings could afford a complete set and that doesn't seem to be how they use their resources, unfortunately.
Hi, would it break if it falls down? Any idea about the material used for 3d printing; is it fragile?
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Hi Dpkp,
Most likely it won't break if it falls. The model is solid. LUNAR Pro model weighs 3 lbs and LUNAR Regular weighs almost 1 lbs. Check out this detailed review from one of our backers

The AstroReality Team
Massdrop has a missprint on the price for the "pro" model. Its says it's +$85 in the description and then it says its +$90
This seems like a good price compared to amazon! I’m in! Early Christmas shopping!!
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Thank you! :)
Awesome! Thank you for your support.
Here is a video of how to use Regular model
Anyone have any idea of what that stick is in the first picture?
Looks like a fine brush.
I was going to say it was an alien zapper, but yeah, it's just a paintbrush. :)