YouTuber builds device that shoots masks onto people's faces
U.S. YouTuber Allen Pan creates a steampunk-style launcher to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Face masks have become increasingly mandatory as the world tries to curb the spread of coronavirus, but some people are still reluctant to wear them. Pan invented a gun that launches a mask straight onto people's faces.
He used the pistol-style grip from a spray paint can, a CO2 canister's solenoid valve and parts from a car's brake line to construct his launcher. After the mask is fired, bola weights wrap around the target's head, CNET reported.