Real-life Up House Lifted By Helium Balloons to 20,000 ft Height

How many times have you watched a movie and wished it would become real? It’s good to know that sometimes they do – Jonathan Trappe is bringing the story of Pixar’s film “Up” to life. Over the weekend, Jonathan Trappe,  flew a house over 20,000 feet in the air, lifted by helium-filled balloons in Leon, Mexico. [Read more...]

Trappe is now setting for new heights. His ambition is to head on a trans-Atlantic journey in a floating house. The project is currently seeking to raise $299,999 for 106,215 cubic feet of helium. If they succeed, they will also be creating a television documentary about this adventure.

If you like the idea, you can contribute through Indiegogo page. (via)

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