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Floating House From Pixar Movie ‘Up’ Recreated in Real Life

The folks over at National Geographic have built a house inspired by the Pixar movie Up! that can really fly. Using 300 helium-filled weather balloons, a team of scientists, engineers, two balloon pilots and dozens of volunteers, have managed to get the small house 10,000 feet into the air. The 4.8m x 4.8m x 5.5m house built from light-weight materials flew across California's High Desert for about an hour with two people inside, just like the Disney Pixar film.

The project is part of a wider Nat Geo series called “How Hard Can it Be?” which will premier this autumn.

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[via Gadling]

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