Sega Toys helps you create your own fireworks

Sega Toys' Uchiage Hanabi Fireworks Projector brings the pyrotechnics and fiery colors right into your (preferably darkened) living room, complete with sounds.

Uchiage Hanabi Fireworks Projector
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Here's something to consider for the next Fourth of July if you're still feeling the recessionary pinch or want to avoid the holiday throngs. Sega Toys' Uchiage Hanabi Fireworks Projector (15,540 yen; $166) brings the pyrotechnics and fiery colors right into your (preferably darkened) living room, complete with sounds but minus the cordite tang.

Powered by four AA batteries good for three hours, the device measures about 7x8x8 inches. I'd take a rain check, though, on customizing my own fireworks by drawing on the special plates, since they'll just come out looking like toxic fallout on the walls.

Uchiage Hanabi projector
The Uchiage Hanabi projector comes with five projection lenses plus special plates you can customize. Sega Toys

(Source: Crave Asia via Impress Japan)

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