Bubble Tents: Because Everybody Should Make Love Under The Stars With Bears And Forest Gnomes Watching At Least Once
Launched this year, the structures can be now be hired out at sites across France for around Â£400 pounds (~$635) a night.
Once the 'bubble' is inflated, it's kept in shape with an airlock at the entrance and a silent pump, which keeps a constant pressure on the surrounding 'walls'.
Outside sound is kept to a minimum while inside noise is magnified, which, according to Mr Dumas, encourages the occupants to create a peaceful atmosphere by whispering.
Mr Dumas added: 'For me, Bubble huts are a place apart where you can rest, breathe or just stand back.'
'Having a night under the stars or seeing the sun rise and set is not something that many people experience anymore.
Listen, as a guy who's exposed himself to woodland creatures more times than he'd like to admit (200+), I'm down with the bubble tent. I don't care who -- or what -- is watching me undress, because, ultimately, it's gonna be their (vision) loss. No lie, one time I caught the lady across the street watching me undress and her eyes popped out their sockets and she got a bloody nose. And that was just from catching a glimpse of my pirate booty. Thank God I didn't release the Kraken!
Hit the jump for a couple more shots of the exhibitionism.
Thanks to Derek, who camps the way God intended: in an air-conditioned RV with satellite television and full bar. Ah, the great outdoors.