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Here’s how to make a deck of cards that will pump out a shocking 330 volts of electricity. Stuart Edge used it in his “Electric Shock Kissing Prank” to show the ladies how a man can really put the sparks in a kiss.
See the “Stuart Edge – Electric Shock Kissing Prank” here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lz9c95hkU54&feature=share&list=UUCvCHN9DaKn8ON5VxDZmyhQ
Download Shocker Circuit Schematic here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/j52zscyncf7egl2/Electric%20Deck%20of%20Cards%20-%20Shocker%20Circuit%20Schematic.jpg
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Project Inspired By:
Multiple videos on making an improvised “taser” with a disposable camera circuit. I learned about making the circuit into a “continuous current” by removing the capacitor from potatogun96 tic tac taser video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-3qZ7TdRhs and I learned about the possibility of removing the components from the circuit board and making the circuit smaller from Kipkay’s electric stapler prank: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbjPdX0uj0M
This electric shocker outputs around 330 volts DC, and delivers a surprising jolt. Be familiar with dangers associated with electric shocks, minor burns, damage to tissues, and possibility of cardiac arrest. This project should not be attempted without adult supervision and adequate training. Misuse, or careless use, of tools or projects may result in serious injury. Use of this video content is at your own risk.
Project History & More Info:
I’ve been playing with these shocker circuits from disposable cameras for over 3 years and get them all for free from local drug stores. Just check the photo center’s recycling bin.
I’ve had plans to build a device that could be used for pranking people in the streets, and when I was introduced to Stuart Edge, we got together to see if he’d be interested in using a gadget like this for a prank. He loved the idea, but wanted it to fit inside a deck of cards.
After thinking about how to reduce the circuit to fit in a normal deck, and after making a couple of prototypes, Stuart had a working electric deck and was trying it around campus.
He said that at night you could actually see the sparks of electricity jumping across the lips of the people kissing.
This was a really fun project, and one of my favorites because somehow, shocking people never gets old.
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