At first glance, you may be wondering what the cursor is pointing at, but in reality it’s actually a kite — created by Tim Elverston. Pricing and availability have not yet been announced.

While these shots may look like some clever Photoshopin’ it is an actual kite specially engineered with invisible fittings, quad-line control and opposed-bow tensioning to allow the asymmetrical shape of a desktop cursor to actually fly

(Thanks, Zipped)[via OhGizmo!]

At first glance, you may be wondering what the cursor is pointing at, but in reality it’s actually a kite — created by Tim Elverston. Pricing and availability have not yet been announced.

While these shots may look like some clever Photoshopin’ it is an actual kite specially engineered with invisible fittings, quad-line control and opposed-bow tensioning to allow the asymmetrical shape of a desktop cursor to actually fly

(Thanks, Zipped)[via OhGizmo!]