A Japanese YouTuber has gone viral for his invention that lets people perform a real-life Kamehameha from “Dragon Ball” and an A.T. (Absolute Terror) Field used by the Angels and Evangelions in “Neon Genesis Evangelion.”
Goku Shoots Frieza in the Face
On Dec. 4, YouTuber SUSHI RAMEN [Riku] showcased one of his inventions that shoots out a Kamehameha, a popular finishing move of Son Goku in the anime/manga series “Dragon Ball Z.”
SUSHI RAMEN used pipes, a tube, a tank and a mixture of luminescent chemical fluid that came out of it, to build his Kamehameha contraption.
SUSHI RAMEN used a string tied around his ankle to turn on his device.
The YouTuber put his invention to the test after setting everything up and shooting Frieza straight in his face.
The result was satisfying.
A.T. Field to Protect You From Fireworks
In his next invention, SUSHI RAMEN created a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) A.T. Field inspired by the ‘90s anime “Neon Genesis Evangelion.”
The YouTuber used a carbon dioxide (CO2) gas tank to spin the four lightsabers from the end of the mechanism that makes the round, bright barrier effect.
SUSHI RAMEN used his invention to defend himself against a pie being thrown, and later when he was shot with fireworks.
One of the fireworks pierced through the barrier, so he upped the design a bit and exchanged the CO2 tank with an electric drill.
The second version of his A.T. Field proved effective against the barrage of fireworks shot at him in the last round.
Sadly, the A.T. Field did not last as two of the lightsabers attached to it flew off mid-defense. SUSHI RAMEN and his assistant were left to duck and cover from the remaining fireworks while still being shot.
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