Like an airbag in your car, this helium bike helmet is a hidden device that cyclists wear around their neck, which inflates just before a crash.
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.