Floating Solids

There is something scary and exciting when a brightly colored 15' cube slowly drops out of the sky on top of you.  As it approaches it blocks your whole view of the sky -- you duck, you put your hands up, and as it seems about to crush you, you jump up and push it skyward.  At first it yields, and begins to envelop you, but then gets firm, and slowly reacts to your push. It begins to float just as majestically back up to the sky to descend on yet another eager player.
Floating Solids consists of geometric shapes ranging from 5 feet (shown right) to 12 feet across.  They are made of brightly colored light weight ripstop nylon with a thin plastic air bladder inside, and they are softly  inflated.  They  hang by cord from a line strung between two trees (or buildings or poles) about 20 to 30 feet in the air.    They float suspended about 2 feet off the ground.  They are hung close enough together so they can bounce off each other, but not get tangled.
Floating Solids needs to be set up in an open area where kids can run around and bat these shapes around. 
Batting these large shapes is always fun for a group to do. 
These four shapes kept 50 kids laughing and jumping, running and waiting for the wind to let them fall to earth.
At the end of the day it is time to put them away...