Origami Bulletproof Shield

Brigham Young University (BYU) mechanical engineers have created an origami-inspired, lightweight bulletproof shield that can protect law enforcement from gunfire. The new ballistic barrier is made of 12 layers of Kevlar and can be folded compactly when not in use, making it easier to transport and deploy. When expanded it can provide cover for police… Continue reading Origami Bulletproof Shield

Destroying 5K iMac with 90mm Cannon in Slow Motion

Ryan from FullMag shot a slow motion video of a 90mm T8 anti-tank cannon firing at an Apple 5K iMac. Ryan is known for blow things up and filming with slow motion camera. The results are epic! The iMac was destroyed with bits and pieces scattered everywhere.

Double Barreled Pistols Firing Bullets In Slow Motion

An awesome slow motion video features Jerry Miculek firing 20 rounds in under 1.5 seconds in a double barreled pistols, 45 ACP 1911 pistols made by Arsenal Firearms, using up a pile of ammo in the process.

Former Police Officer Accidentally Shoots Off His Own Finger

Security camera footage of a former southern Kentucky police officer accidentally shot off his finger with a loaded weapon handed to him by a gun store employee. The officer has filed a lawsuit against the store, claiming that the employee failed to conduct the appropriate safety check. Darrell Smith asked to see a .380-caliber handgun when he visited the gun store. The… Continue reading Former Police Officer Accidentally Shoots Off His Own Finger

The World First Multi-Barrel Water Pistol

Engineer Alex Bygrave, 27, has developed the first-ever multi-barrel water pistol from scratch, using 55 separate parts from everyday life. A black cab’s windscreen wiper provides its rotary motion and a walking pole handle makes the pump, with most of the parts fitted together using self-setting silicone rubber Sugru. Carbon Dioxide welding canisters are used to pressure two… Continue reading The World First Multi-Barrel Water Pistol

M4 Carbine Assault Rifle in Slow Motion

Gav and Dan went to Alabama to test the mechanical workings of a fully automatic M4 Carbine Assault Rifle in an extremely slow motion video. The footage shot at 18000 frames per second using a high speed a Phantom v1610 and a Phantom Miro LC310.

Slow Motion AK-47 Fired Underwater

Destin from SmarterEveryDay gave a demonstration using a Phantom Miro M320S high-speed camera to capture the amazing slow motion video of an AK-47 being fired underwater. The high speed video has revealed that submerging an AK 47 gun and firing it underwater appears to make it work better. The gun still works perfectly after the experiment.