Who wouldn t want to become a real-life Firestorm? Shooting fireballs from your wrists is a stuff of dreams, and a superpower every child would want. Times however have changed, and a group of illusionists have turned this stuff of dreams into reality. Also Read - Meta opens new office in Gurugram, to skill 1 crore small businesses, 2,50,000 creatorsAlso Read - Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection to hit PS5 in January 2022
Enter Pyro Mini, a wearable device that can shoot fireballs up to 40 feet into the air. Successor to the Pyro, which launched in 2014, this new device is more compact than before and lets you throw up to two fireballs at a time. Unlike before, the device can now be recharged via a standard micro-USB port, and is good enough to last for up to 600 shots on a single charge. Also Read - Google stops botnet that used blockchain and impacted 1 million Windows devices
Pyro Mini relies on flash paper, which is a highly flammable substance and one that is used by most illusionists. One needs to only pack in enough flash paper and cotton into the wearable, and then shoot fireballs at a press of a button. The wearable also turns into a wireless remote and lets you activate fireballs from a distance of up to 30 feet.
If the Pyro Mini sounds too good to be true, check out the video below that details how this wearable works, along with a couple of demos. Alternatively, our colleagues at BGR Classic got some hands-on experience with it and were visibly impressed. Pyro mini is available to order from Ellusionist and it costs $147 or Rs 9,700 approximately.