The ODYSSEY: The smart telescope putting the universe at our fingertips

UNISTELLAR has reinvented the telescope for CES Las Vegas 2024. With the new range of ODYSSEY smart telescopes, we can marvel at the splendor of the cosmos and explore the mysterious immensity that extends beyond our terrestrial horizon from our own homes, even from downtown.

“With the ODYSSEY, UNISTELLAR is offering a new generation of smart telescopes that are capable of revealing the farthest celestial marvels and of instantly transforming your stargazing evenings into adventures across the cosmos with family or friends, even in the middle of the city,” explains Laurent Marfisi, co-founder, and CEO of UNISTELLAR. “The incredible emotion of immersion in outer space, liberated from the complexities that previously meant only experts could access it, is finally available to anyone eager to travel millions of light years.”

A whole range of innovations

The intuitive experience of ODYSSEY is based on two UNISTELLAR technological innovations. The Nikon High Precision Optics, co-developed with Nikon, makes astronomical observation an easy and enjoyable experience. The ODYSSEY is the first mirror telescope, the most high-performing category of telescopes for exploring the universe, which requires no manual adjustment. The Stellar Autofocus provides a perfect sharpness during the journey to objects millions of light-years away, thanks to a fully automated focus system combining a smart algorithm and a dedicated motorized sensor.

Unistellar launches Smart Solar Filter for telescopes

Unveiled at IFA in Berlin, the launch of the Smart Solar Filter once again expands the unique capabilities of Unistellar smart telescopes. Observing the sun has never been easier and safer for your eyes and those of your loved ones. Simply place the Smart Solar Filter over a Unistellar smart telescope. When connected to the Unistellar application, it will automatically point to our own star and then follow it continuously, allowing you to concentrate on the pleasure of observation.

Unistellar telescopes image processing algorithms, a proprietary innovation, are actually capable of identifying light gradients due to the sun in broad daylight, and so understanding exactly where our star is located.

Crafted from a high-quality polymer film, the Smart Solar Filter reduces sunlight by 100,000 times, providing an optimal viewing experience. With the image processing carried out in real time by Unistellar smart telescopes, you are able to enjoy details of our star such as its sunspots, little-known astronomical phenomena which can be the size of our Earth.

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