The mini Hoberman sphere, patented by Chuck Hoberman, is an isokinetic structure that resembles a geodesic dome. Through scissor-like action of its numerous joints the sphere is capable of folding down to a fraction of its normal size. The largest existing Hoberman sphere is in the AHHAA Science Centre in Tartu, Estonia. Fully expanded, it is 5.9 metres (19 ft) in diameter.
- Perfect visual support to guide children in ‘mindfulness of breathing’
- Children can take turns to guide ‘mindfulness of breathing’ for a group with this sphere
- The mini sphere expands from 5.5" to 12"
- Both children and adults are intrigued by the Hoberman sphere
- No assembly required