On the Australian version of the hit show MasterChef, the impossible: An ice cream float — that’s ice cream, anchoring a floating, edible balloon.
It’s like blowing bubbles from the wand you remember, but helium bubbles rapidly shoot for the moon. And then fall back to Earth. Why?
Cleaning company CEO Dan Boria, AKA the Balloon Guy, has bigger plans after the publicity of his first stunt — he wants to fly a chair to space.
Next time you’re bored at a party and want to take some kid’s money (kidding), bet said kid (still kidding) that you can pop a latex balloon using nothing but an orange peel and magic. Seal the deal by promising that you’ll never touch the balloon!
Think you’ve seen a balloon pop? Think again. We’ve compiled 10 insane slow motion balloon burst videos that you simply cannot miss.
New albums “drop” every week, but only one dropped literally—from the edge of space. See the artist that got a bit creative with a helium balloon.
Artist Noëmi Lakmaier is going to spend two entire days of her life hanging in the sky, held up by nothing but helium balloons — 20,000 helium balloons.
Helium balloons can actually be used for a lot of wild purposes. We’ve put together the 15 craziest uses for helium balloons that we could find.
Creating a “fridge” that can turn extremely hot air into extremely cold air almost instantaneously isn’t rocket science. Oh wait… it is, actually.
Tom Guilmette is a cinematographer who has a creative trick for getting incredible aerial video using a few cheap materials and helium balloons.