Android phones power this hilarious glitter-bombing Amazon package decoy

YouTube An ex-NASA engineer created a glitter bomb Amazon package decoy to catch porch thieves in the act. The glitter bomb decoy package is powered by four Android phones. After thieves take the package, the phones record footage of the thieves getting glitter bombed, which is hilarious. Ex-NASA engineer and YouTuber Mark Rober has a common problem: thieves are stealing his Amazon packages right from his front porch. He has a Nest security cam that records the thievery, but the local police claim it’s simply not worth the effort to catch the culprits. Well, porch thieves messed with the wrong guy, because Rober ends up working for months developing what he refers to as his “Magnum Opus“: a decoy Amazon delivery package that is actually a glitter bomb which sprays farts and records both audio and video during the whole explosion. Editor's PickNest’s indoor Cam IQ security camera now supports Google Assistant Smart home company Nest announced an over-the-air update for its indoor Cam IQ security camera that brings support for Google Assistant. The update was originally promised last September, though it should be noted that the … The glitter bomb (or fart bomb, depending on which aspect of the bomb makes you happiest) is powered by four Android phones, connected together with a custom-made circuit board. Rober explains exactly how everything works in the YouTube video below, but basically, when an unsuspecting thief opens up the package, glitter shoots out everywhere, fart smells fill up their location — and four Android smartphones record everything and upload the footage to the cloud. The video below starts with Rober detailing the problem of Amazon box thievery, then walks the viewer through how he created his glitter bomb. The last few minutes are filled with the results: actual thieves opening the box to discover its horrifying contents: What do you think? Do you have a problem with thieves stealing packages? Would you use one of these glitter bombs on them? Is this the funniest thing you’ve seen all year? Let us know in the comments. Also, in case you’re wondering where you can buy this “Fart Spray,” we got you covered: Buy Fart Spray — $5

date: Tue, 18 Dec 2018 20:51:00 +0000