THE MAN IN THE BUBBLE
Human beings have primarily struggled to survive since their existence. Personal caution and defense become much more important as people turn into and focus on their center, even turning into a selfish trend. The markets, which were looted with the pandemic announcement, made a rapid entry into our instinctive life as a defense method of excessive consumption and introversion. With the prolongation of the pandemic process, people have developed anti-virus methods with the need to go out. These methods were distinct, sometimes bizarre, repercussions of centuries of survival anxiety. No matter how much armament comes to mind when it comes to personal precaution and defense, as can be seen from the title of the article, our subject is of course not weapons but plastic.
Masks, face shields, disinfectants, vitamins, supplements, colognes, wet wipes, plastic barriers and more. We protect ourselves, everyone takes their own precautions. Is everyone afraid of the virus? Fear has integrated many measures into our lives, it was not enough, now human-sized bubbles have entered our lives.
A man in Victoria himself decided to walk around the street in a large plastic bubble and be protected from the virus with this method. This huge human-sized bubble, similar to the balloons used in playgrounds and different sports branches, of course became popular in a short time and received many comments. As always, most of the comments have been written with a cynical attitude, but it is clear that this method is effective in protecting this bubble from coronavirus. While it is a matter of debate to what extent the laws will allow this bubble or how appropriate it is, many people agree that these bubbles, which are human-sized, should be tested.
Bubbles are actually very easy to obtain. You can have these bubbles, which were previously produced and used as entertainment and sports products in many fields, even with your own brand. Think about it, people are traveling fast in giant bubbles decorated with truck inscriptions. Maybe it can be a lot of fun, who knows? 42x36x28 cm in PVC / TPU material. an average of 20 kg in size. Although the bubbles produced seem a little heavy, they do not cause much of a problem when accelerated. We guess the Australian couldn’t go crazy 24 miles if weight was the problem.
It seems that we will hear more of the inventors and different ideas as the pandemic gets longer over time. Regardless of the conditions, it is an unconditional fact that regardless of the year, human beings will continue to produce their own measures and countries their own laws to survive.