StellarWindow comes from students in Japan and consists of software and a USB dongle, to assist those who love to gaze out at the night sky. It will give you all of the names and stars in all of the constellations. Because hey, you like to look, but you probably don’t know everything. The software works with the USB dongle that has a built-in compass and tilt sensor.
When the software is installed and the USB dongle connected, the dongle will figure out where you are and can point to things in the sky at your location. The software also sports built-in voice recognition so you can ask it to find certain celestial bodies. The software isn’t available to buy just yet, but the students have formed a company and they plan to release the StellarWindow software sometime this year for about $244. Seems a tad expensive, but if you really love stargazing, I imagine it’s A LOT cheaper then your telescope.