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Twisted Fire Starter [Project]
posted September 9 2014 8:31.45 by Giorgos Lazaridis




When I saw this video it reminded me of my childhood. I was so fascinated with fire and explosions that I feel lucky to have all my body parts in place. I also had discovered my own cheap and simple method to detonate my homemade bombs and everything.
This idea by Thomas Kim shows how can someone simultaneously light a batch of matchsticks with the help of a heating wire and electricity. There is not too much explanation in the video but you will get the idea.



[Link: Thomas Kim]
 
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