08 Mar '11, 2pm

New blog post: National Geographic create Disney's "Up" house in real life

Never thought this is possible. But National Geographic managed to create the house in the movie “Up”. Well, to be fair, this isn’t exactly a real house. It is made from light weight materials. And the balloons aren’t the typical balloons you see at carnivals. These are huge weather balloons. This thing most likely won’t work if you use normal balloons. The Mythbusters tried lifting a little girl with balloons back in 2004 . It took them 3500 balloons before the 20kg little girl starts to float in the air.

Full article: http://blog.dk.sg/2011/03/08/national-geographic-create-d...

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