It takes a bit of practice to get going.

  • The first step requires a good flick of the fingers to jump-start the Halospheres into spinning in the correct motion. 

  • Alternatively, you can try with two hands, and spin you would a coin, using the thumb of one hand and the index finger of the other.

  • The next step will take a bit of experimentation to find that sweet-spot of where to aim and angle the pipe to reach extreme velocities. 

  • Top Tip: its not all about how hard you blow, but rather using repeated controlled breaths aimed towards the outside of the Halospheres.

  • Playing around with different light sources in different environments will create new and colourful halo combinations.

  • Large, diffuse light sources (like windows), create thicker halo bands, whereas smaller, more focused light sources (like lamps, flashlights) create narrower halo bands.

  • The best position for the light source is from behind or to the side of your point of view.

  • 1 or 2 light sources works best.  Too many sources and the effect can lose contrast.

  • The brighter the source, the brighter, more intense the halo.

Once you hone your skills and find that sweet-spot, you won’t be left with any doubt that you’ve found it.

Compete with your friends and family to see who can drive Halospheres the fastest!