The Advanced Intelligence Telescope
November 11, 2011 by mintgadgets
Have you ever dreamed of a romantic setting viewing the stars with your partner? Or being one step closer to seeing the vast wonders of the universe? Well, with the latest technology provided by the advanced intelligence telescope, determining which celestial bodies are best viewed at any moment just got a whole lot easier.
The advanced intelligence telescope uses information such as location and the current time to determine or find the best direction for celestial viewing. And it will automatically move and adjust to bring the images of the selected celestial objects into the optimal view. This remarkable new telescope is the winner of the Consumer Electronic Show award for Design and Engineering Excellence.
The telescope also comes with a built in camera which will allow images to be captured with one touch of a button. It can then compare the image taken to the internal database that consists of up to four thousand stars, planets, and galaxies! The telescope can then sharpen the images of the celestial objects in view in about three minutes. This is definitely faster as compared to any of the self aligning telescopes that are available.
You can also select the celestial bodies that you are interested in from the database stored and maintained in the tethered controller and the telescope will do its job in orienting itself in relation to the night sky. The Advanced Intelligence Telescope works on eight D-size batteries (batteries not included). And the batteries can power-up the telescope for up to 30 hours. The size of the telescope is 60” in height, 36” in width, and 28” in depth.