Top Engineering Videos – ElectroBOOM

engineering careers  Top Engineering Videos –  ElectroBOOM

ElectroBOOM is run by Mehdi Sadaghdar and Iranian-Canadian YouTuber, electrical engineer, and comedian.

Mehdi pitch is simple – subconsciously learn while being entertained – and his videos can best be described as “comedic electronics tutorials”.

Basically you can watch a man intentionally create situations where he will probably get shocked and sometimes set on fire.

While Mehdi comedic timing brings his videos to life they are a fantastic resource when it comes to demonstrating the dangers of electricity when not properly handled.

His most viewed video to date has clocked in over 18 million views. “How NOT to make an electric guitar”, which demonstrates the hazards of electricity, we think might well have reached the most number of people ever when it comes to electrical safety. Of course, millions of school kids have been forced to watch the same dry videos on safety over the last few decades but how many of them paid attention? . You can’t not pay attention to Mehdi.

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