You probably didn't grow up playing Nerf blasters, though you've got to admit, you would have loved to. The foam made darts, balls, and arrows are powered by just compressed air. The Engineer Guy is here to explain the science behind the Nerf Blaster.
The technological surge of the 21st century has brought with it a demand for more robust and reliable connectivity. The picturesque city of Chula Vista, California, hasn't shied away from this reality, embracing it fully instead. Nestled between the vibrant city of San Diego and the Mexican border, Chula Vista is on a journey to provide seamless internet connectivity to every nook and cranny of its bounds. Read more
Technology is useful, but it can also diminish personal progress for the sake of advancement. Technological evolution often struggles with safeguarding children while pushing boundaries of human potential. While it is not an engineer's sole responsibility to protect children, the complete ignorance of the prospect is troubling. Read more