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Hiuni is a new telescope that is very easy to use for everyone, even those who are a new in this sphere, therefore it is considered as one of the stargazing telescopes for beginners. Smart Hiuni telescope stands for “Hi Universe”, and the slogan is “Nice to meet you”.
New smart telescope launched on May 8 at Kickstarter. “Hiuni introduces a new way for newcomers, amateur astronomers, and space enthusiasts to stargaze by integrating smart features and educational content to a traditional telescope” mentioned kickstarter.com.
How Does it work?
- At first turned on: Hiuni will self-calibrate.
- Connect the tablet app to Hiuni (iOS & Android).
- Choose an observable celestial object.
- Hiuni navigates to your selection.
- And last but not least enjoy, learn and share this awesome moment with your friends.
Setting up a traditional telescope can be quite difficult for newcomers, requiring many steps and expertise to get it right. Not Hiuni. With a touch on your tablet you will be seeing a live view of planets, stars, galaxies and with fascinating details and accompanying educational content. “Everyone remembers that first time they looked through a telescope as a child,” Hiuni founder and CEO Jack Chen said in a statement. “We set out to recreate that feeling for the connected generation and breathe new technological innovation into a centuries-old invention.”
One of the most important feature of this amazing telescopes is a wireless portability. You can stargaze from wherever you want: your backyard, or from the comfort of your couch with Hiuni’s wireless connectivity.
Hiuni telescope allows you to connect it and tablet to either its local ad hoc wireless network while in the field or to an established WIFI at home to control movement and receive live stream views. Each Hiuni comes with its own storage case for easy transportation.
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