What are the differences between land ZOVB and water ZOVB?
ZOVB and BLOOP?
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1. Land ZOVB vs Water ZOVB
While Land ZOVB usually takes place along a gentle slope or on a flat ground, players play Water ZOVB on water like in swimming pools. Players can play with Water ZOVB Balls on land as well. However, due to Water ZOVB Balls’ single-layered nature, the land flooring is restricted to carpets or carpeted grass only.
While Land ZOVB Balls have 2 layers – outer sphere, which is in contact with the ground and the inner sphere, which is where you will be in, Water ZOVB Balls only have 1 transparent layer. For Land ZOVB Balls, this feature works as a cushion and absorb all impact from the hard ground for you. On the other hand, Water ZOVB is designed for water travel instead of downhill rolling. Thus the thin piece of transparent plastic gives the players greater mobility. Some organisations use Water ZOVB balls for dance performance as well.
2. ZOVB vs BLOOP
Bloop is the mini version of ZOVB balls. While the players’ full body would be inside ZOVB balls, only the upper half of their bodies would be in Bloop’s bubble suits. Because of this, players can play games such as bubble soccer, dog and bone, sumo wrestling, poison ball, etc.
Bloop can be carried out almost everywhere, both indoors and outdoors – futsal courts, school halls or even seminar rooms in hotel. However, ZOVB is played at spacious venues – such as gentle slopes, large flat ground and swimming pools.