LQC/“The stupid questions – How many liters of helium to REALLY lift us?” (LQC/Les questions cons – Combien de litres d’hélium pour VRAIMENT nous soulever ?)

July 7th, 2014, Free flight of an Aéroplume above a pond in Verrières, France. (The Aéroplume is designed to fly indoor!). Video Pierre Laly

In the airships hangar of Écausseville (FR-50310, near Cherbourg). Here you can see the balloon’s inertia during a U-turn.

Parachute jumping, Aéroplume flying, sailing, kayaking, exploring the Cité de la Mer (in Cherbourg): Julie has tried all sorts of activities and offers to share her experience with you! Watch the Aéroplume video.

On n’est pas que des cobayes ! No. 31, 18-05-2012, France 5 (We’re not only ginea pigs! – French TV show)
Can we fly on our own wings? / Experiment #1: the craziest flying machines
Our ginea pigs have always been fascinated by engineers, astronauts and passionate inventors who have built flying machines, each one crazier than the other. Agathe, David and Vincent go out to meet today’s crazy flying men and try their prototypes.

Aéroplume au Palais des Sports de Lyon dans le cadre du workshop aérostatique design-espace avec les étudiants de 2e et 3e année à l’École des beaux-arts de Lyon (ENBA), février 2010.

Aéroplume Nino, Fête de la science (science fair), Cité des sciences et de l’industrie (science museum), La Villette (Paris) 10-2006 © Olivier Jorrot

Aéroplume Bornéo, Grand Palais, Paris, Sustainable transport and mobility fair (Fête des Transports et de la Mobilité durables), 4>6-11-2005 © Olivier Jorrot

Fête de la science (science fair), Cité des sciences et de l’industrie (science museum), La Villette, Paris, onboard camera © Olivier Jorrot

In July 2006 Aérosculpture took the Aéroplume to German theme park Tropical Islands. First flights, first images there.