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Cursors come to life, watch your head!

Just when you thought that we enter virtual realism only when sitting in front of our computers. Now virtual realism is really becoming real, no computers needed, just a little bit of wind.

The cursor visible on this image is not a photo manipulation, but actually a kite. And it does create a very perplexing image, but it must be even more confusing when walking along the road seeing a massive cursor hovering in the sky.

According to windfiredesigns, very little is known about this kite. It was sighted during the 2005 Burning Man festival. Quadline control, asymmetrical framing, invisible stainless fittings, and opposed-bow tensioning for the sail make this incredible kite look digitally pasted right into the sky. It was designed by Tim Elverston and is a high-end addition to the WindFire collection which marks the beginning of the WindFire OS Series.

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