You probably don't expect to laugh out loud while watching a video about thermal cameras, but maybe that's because you've never seen this man present one. Here Mehdi Sadaghdar, the crazy Canadian behind the YouTube ElectroBOOM channel, explains a layperson's thermal camera applications in his signature funny and deadpan style. He also tackles some thermal camera myths:
As you can see, Sadadghar is a man who's not afraid to hurt himself and capture it on video. In a world filled with safety trolls, it's refreshing to see him leave all of the no-nos in his videos—as evidenced in his channel trailer, which is one of the best we've recently seen:
One has to wonder: Is he baiting the safety trolls on purpose? The money shot in the following video—whereby he tries to see if it's possible to jump start a car using AA batteries—starts around 1:42, and his delivery is so straight that I can't tell if he's doing it on purpose or not:
"They're going to look past my unibrow and see me for the genius I really am!"
There's plenty more ElectroBOOM here. (Warning: Do not start drinking any fluids near your computer while watching.)