Why is the International Olympic Committee wasting its time on introducing new events like Kitesurfing at the 2016 games in Rio when any sport played on this 170-foot long trampoline would be far more entertaining to watch?
Created by Salto, a
Russian Estonian architecture firm, the Archstoyanie art festival installation looks like just about as much fun as anyone can have on two feet—until you sprain your ankle. And it doesn't have to only be limited to use at the Olympics. If airports replaced those moving sidewalks with an extensive network of long trampolines, flying would be far more enjoyable too.