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Not CGI: The Balloon House From ‘Up,’ Live Action Version

Yes, someone replicated the balloon-lifted house from Pixar’s “Up.” For real, or at least a reasonable facsimile thereof:

It’s from an upcoming National Geographic Channel show called “How Hard Can It Be?” Apparently, not hard enough to stop them.

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Comments

  1. Cdshvfrh says:

    Thanks for calling

  2. Nxvttpgl says:

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  3. Scott says:

    You just know Falcon is jealous.

  4. Hagbard says:

    http://www.redicecreations.com/article.php?id=12348

    We are running out of Helium, sort of. Check the article- Red Ice’s website isn’t the only place to find that out either if you don’t like clicking on links from strangers. Wired ran an article on it recently and a quick Google search will… whatever…

  5. stu says:

    They made a flying house for whimsy, yet no one rode in it. Nobody on a couch watching tv or staring into the fridge wondering what to eat or reading a Chatelain magazine whilst pooping/masturbating? You know, house stuff.

  6. Oluutaa says:

    Guys, guys, guys. There is no inflection in text, let’s not pretend that there is.

  7. Lucy says:

    Yet another reason for sarcasm font.

  8. Loaf Loaf says:

    Lucy you have been misinformed – Next to hydrogen, Helium is the second most abundant element in the universe, and accounts for 24% of the elemental mass of our galaxy. We are not short on helium by any means….check your facts so you don’t sound like an idiot!

  9. Lucy says:

    Don’t they know we’re running out of helium?!

  10. A single helium balloon, the traditional rubber kind, can lift a payload of one gram.

    ONE GRAM.

  11. Tiffany Graham says:

    I wonder how they landed the house?

  12. Author Ann says:

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    Ya’ll do realize that it was National Geographic what started that thing about the stranded baby grand off Miami.

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