Helium balloons can actually be used for a lot of wild purposes. We’ve put together the 15 craziest uses for helium balloons that we could find.
Creating a “fridge” that can turn extremely hot air into extremely cold air almost instantaneously isn’t rocket science. Oh wait… it is, actually.
Tom Guilmette is a cinematographer who has a creative trick for getting incredible aerial video using a few cheap materials and helium balloons.
We’re saying it: This is perhaps the most beautiful helium balloon art in the history of the world.
It’s not the animated movie. This is a real house – the largest object ever lifted with helium balloons. Check out these 13 incredible helium world records.
Two young girls from Seattle are making headlines after sending a toy and a picture of their cat into the stratosphere under a helium weather balloon.
Decades before “Deflategate,” an NFL controversy arose after claims that a punter was using helium-filled balls to get more hang time. But- would that work?
A fundraising event in Cleveland, Ohio aimed to break the world record for the most latex helium balloons ever launched, but it quickly became a majestic mess.
Last week we discussed the possibility of brewing beer with helium, but today we’re talking about using helium to (quite literally) take beer to new heights.
Berkshire Brewing Company released this video as an April Fool’s Day joke and were inundated with requests for the helium beer. Now July, it’s going viral again. Why? And is helium beer possible? Find out.