While more project designs are on the way, now we have three to offer to you at the moment (read further for detailed information for each project):
- PyraPOD4 Box (P4B, also called Bubble Box) – this is the start of all other projects. Click here to access the PDF file for this DIY project.
- PyraPOD4 Shower (P4S, also called Bubble Shower) – extending the four columns of BubbleBox, you have the BubbleShower, as simple as that!
- PyraPOD4 Tall (P4T) – the smallest PyraPOD without the need of a permit. Click here to access the PDF file for this DIY project.
It is essentially the top and central section of all the other products you see above. We simply take it out and set it to stand with four short legs, sitting within a ground basin for soap liquid and a water pump. It is featured with one bubble generator, single layer covering and foldable top structure like an umbrella.
It is handy for DIYers to test the bubble generator, play with the fan, the water pump, spray nozzles, the effectiveness of screens, etc. It is also a good tool for you to see how bubbles are produced and destroyed on demand once they have filled the entire space.
It is mainly designed for the Bubble Fun Festival that we have proposed. It can also be used as Bubble Tower so that the single layer covering extends to the ground and the whole thing sits inside a basin, as in the case of Bubble Box. It looks spectacular at night time once you place Christmas lights inside. Take a look at this Bubble Tower to the right without showing the lighting effect.
This product is essentially designed for having fun – the Bubble Fun. We are sure that once people get this structure in place and even built with their own hands, they can find many other uses for it.
PyraPOD4 Tall (P4T), it is the smallest SolaRoof style greenhouse. Its roof part can be built separately to fit an existing building (with matching conjunctional base of course) or a brand new wall structure.
Featured with two bubble generators, double-layer tent like covering, and vertical walls and door. This design is good for any small family to test the idea of growing their own fresh food in the convenience of backyard. To enhance the capacity of solar thermal heat storage, we recommend doing hydroponics, aquaponics or better still iAVS sandponics.
Note that snow melting mechanism is already built in, because new bubbles are warmer than old ones. As a result, any area around the cavity, including the exterior layer will be warmed up as well.
Because of its relatively small footing (10 feet x 10 feet), no permit is normally needed. Install one in your backyard without the wall panels and door, it acts like a shade resembles the shade of a tree, wonderful place for you and a small circle of your friends.
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