Helium is 10 times lighter than air, non toxic and non-flammable. These characteristics make it the perfect choice for the required lighter-than-air gas that is a  fundamental component in all of our objects, allowing them to literally float in the air.

Polyurethane foam


To create the best flying model solution, semi-rigid or full-rigid bodies are often necessary. These parts are made of extremely light polyurethane foam which – thanks to its particularly fine fibre structure – can be moulded and shaped to any imaginable form. Firstly, a positive mould is milled using CAD data of the model. The foam is placed over this positive mould and created using a combination of pressure and heat. The moulded parts are then attached to a lightweight chassis that surrounds a custom made inner helium sleeve. The final result is an extremely lightweight and stable replica of the original design.

PP & PE film


E These are extremely durable and highly flexible polyester films which we use in practically all our flying objects. These films posses properties that are ideal for our ultra lightweight constructions: they are extremely lightweight, no more than 27 μ thick, tear resistant and impenetrable by helium gas.

Radio Control System


To the viewer, it looks as if the floating objects are flying by themselves. However to fly the models in a four dimensional choreography requires an accomplished pilot at the controls. These radio control systems work in all conditions and send all the necessary flight commands for the propulsion units as well as receiving information about the current status of all modules. On board lighting and other special effects (both electronic and mechanical) are also controllable via the radio control system, creating a wide selection of amazing show effects.




3D printing

Plotting technology

CNC milling


CAD Design


Die ganzheitliche Konzeption jedes Flugobjekts ist die Basis für den Erfolg des Projekts und die Budgetkalkulation. Allein die Größe des Objekts wird in erster Linie durch die Location und die gewünschte Inszenierung festgelegt. Anschließend wird nach physikalischen Maßstäben der Auftrieb je nach Karosserie, aufblasbaren Objekten oder Hybridmodellen berechnet. Die manuelle Steuerung für ein einmaliges Event oder eine individuelles Steuerprogramm für wiederkehrende Show-Highlights sind ebenfalls ein wichtiger Faktor. Der Bau der Flugobjekte ist letztendlich nur ein kleiner Teil unserer professionellen Entertainment-Konzepte.