It’s 2009, and glow-in-the-dark stick-em-up stars simply won’t do any more. In the era of accessibility to LEDs, fiber optics, a quite accurate (albeit 2D) home planetarium can be had with a bit of wiring and alot of holes.
From Hack-a-Day: “[Mike Galloway] set out to install a lighted starscape in the ceiling of the baby room…This setup involves an LED based illuminator and bundles of fiber optics. [Mike] first mounted the illuminator in the corner of the room at ceiling level and ran the bundles of fiber optics up into the attic. Continue Reading