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.
MIT researchers have been doing some incredible experiments with ultra-light graphene, which some believe could replace helium in balloons.
Engineers at UC San Diego are working to try to better forecast hurricanes by releasing swarms of sensor-laden helium balloons right into the storms.
We came across a video of a 60-foot-long helium balloon robot arm that you just have to see to believe. It is the real-life version of War of the Worlds.
With the approaching new year comes a reason for new celebration! Zephyr is thrilled to announce our strategic partnership with Aterian Investment Partners.
One of the biggest challenges in making a robot walk seems to be keeping it from falling down all the time. But, a walking helium balloon robot?
A new study out of Japan suggests that elevated levels of groundwater helium may serve as an indicator of a looming earthquake.
A group of scientists have reported that they created the first-ever helium supersolid, which is both liquid and solid and should be impossible.
Google has gone to the UN for help in bringing its Internet balloons effort, dubbed Project Loon, to more remote areas of the world.