“Balloon accelerator” from Dyson bladeless fans

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I haven’t much use for those fancy new “Air Multiplier” bladeless fans by British entrepreneur James Dyson, but this publicity stunt, in which dozens of the units are used to guide a neutral-buoyancy balloon around a complex warehouse “race track,” is admittedly pretty cool.

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4 thoughts on ““Balloon accelerator” from Dyson bladeless fans

  1. Jared P says:

    The Large Hadron Collider can stand aside. This puppy’s going to find us the mysterious “Higgs Balloonson”.

    1. cyenobite2 says:

      Brilliant! Geek humor at its finest.

  2. Mattyfu! says:

    That’s sonic the hedgehog!

  3. Thai Nguyen says:

    No doubt, there would still be a tỷ lệ cá cược bóng đá anh hôm nay hierarchy within this group but over time, if there was one team winning it every single year, they could be moved up in to the main qualifying groups to test themselves further. I am in no way a football snob and enjoy watching every level but the cá độ đá banh trên mạng clear and amazing gulf in class surely cannot be benefiting anybody?
    James (would San Marino swap a trip to Wembley for a few more goals and even a point or two though?) Kent.

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