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IN Creative ON 14 Jun, 2016
We as children were fascinated by superheroes and always wanted the tools and gadgets used by them after watching any movie. We dreamt about them and then just forgot them because it was not possible for most of us to get them. It's not just the kids but some adults like me also think of those gadgets and want them. Cheer up guys, Hacksmith is here for you and will get you any superhero gadget you've ever imagined of. Yes, the Wolverine claws also.
Don't believe me? See it yourself.
The electrified Wolverine Claw is an exact replica of the claws of Wolverine and is as sharp and efficient as a real claw. Now, this hot dog here represents the human finger perfectly and so he stabs the hot dog on the claws and passes electricity through it.
Now you can see how the hot dog has become a conductor and is filled with electricity. That's a tasty hot dog by the way.
Here is the real thing guys. For the complete video, you can visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TN4twMuAfZY
He uses a cable attached to the roof which generates force and enables him to fly. You can reduce your effect on weight to much less the actual weight which means you can jump very high and do pretty cool stunts.
If you want to see where he is going to land then visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5fdhHmInSI
Hacksmith uses the commercially available electromagnet to make Captain America's magnetic shield. These electromagnets are pretty strong and at just 12 volts it produces 120 kilograms of lifting force and it will be used at a more powerful voltage which means more energy.
The next step includes placing the electromagnets inside the hand like structure which can be used by simple hand gestures and wait until you see what this can do.
Yeah, babe now it's time to test you. Two electromagnets have been used and each of these electromagnets is being run at 66 volts which means it's going to produce a lifting force of 660 kilograms per electromagnet.
Yes, this electromagnetic shield works the same way as the shield of Captain America. For the complete video, you can visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3OiBNgJDKk
It is very difficult to make a full-size bat signal with limited resources and without very expensive optics but that's what hacksmith does. The laser was a solution to this and he uses a 2.5-volt blue laser for creating the bat signal. A 3D printer is converted into a laser engraver.
A 3D cad model is prepared first, then we have a metal pipe for the enclosure. The laser, some circles cut into the same size to hold the laser enact, magnifying glass to help focus the light, and the bat shaped aperture.
This works nice and for the complete video, you can visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5z7AkWxCtoc
I hope all of you liked these superhero gadgets and our very own Hacksmith.
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