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Figure 7-25 The last thing you want to see hissing!
I didn t bother with an on off switch because it s just as easy to drop in a fully charged battery and let it run for hours of fun The piezo element should face the opening of the container so the sound is as loud as possible, and a good way to ensure this is by placing the circuit, battery and piezo element into a tube that is simply inserted into the container If the container is conductive, then ensure that your circuit board is insulated, or there will be some real toxic fumes leaving that bottle as your transistors fry Now I m sure an Evil Genius like yourself needs no assistance in coming up with a label for your hissing container, but let me show you mine
(Figure 7-25) Yes indeed, a hissing container with a biohazard warning on the label Even those who know your evil ways may think twice about taking a closer look at this baby! The hissing biohazard container is always a hit at parties, and is a sure method of making an entrance if the bottle comes rolling into a room right before you do This gag is so easy to set up as well Just hide the bottle in a quiet room or cupboard and wait for the next person to find it Glove compartments, sleeping bags, refrigerator, packsacks, all good places to put a surprise! For our next prank, we will be closer to the front lines, with a hand-held radiation detector
Project 33 Radiation Detector
The true Evil Genius can turn ordinary junk into amazing works of art designed to deliver a good practical joke with precision Once in a while you may need a sophisticated-looking bit of machinery to help you pull it off In this case, our ruse is a fully working radiation detector, or at least so it may seem This prank works great when the recipient has no idea that you are the ultimate Evil Genius prankster, since it requires a little bit of setup, possibly done by another friend in on the prank This fake fallout detector is nothing more than a variable resistor-controlled audio oscillator that makes cool sounds as a radiation level meter moves around just like the real McCoy, of course,
Figure 7-26 A large analog meter and enclosure
it cannot detect anything, so don t try to use it anywhere you might suspect of being radioactive just run!
Project 33 Radiation Detector
To set up this prank to seem convincing, have a friend bring the victim to an area where you are waiting with the device, or show up at the friend s location wearing some official-looking outfit and knock on the door, claiming that there has been a radioactive material spill into the sewage system or something silly like that Wave the wand over your friend s body and let the machine make a little noise by only turning the hidden knob slightly Whew, you are safe, luckily When you get to the victim, crank the knob so the machine screeches like mad while the radiation meter pops over to the danger level, and give your best look of terror as you start asking questions like, Where have you been , What did you touch You could also just show up on the scene and detect fallout on people or objects as well for that spur-of-the-moment gag Feel free to build the machine any way you like As long as the control knob is hidden from view and easy to operate, you will have loads of fun finding all that radiation at levels that would make a badly maintained nuclear waste dump look clean! To build this device, you will need a large analog meter (the bigger the better), a cabinet to place the meter and components into, and a few odds and ends to fabricate a crude radiation detector wand Figure 7-26 shows the large analog
meter I found at a surplus junk store and the enclosure I plan to use The most effective placement of the meter will be in full view of the fallout victim, so a strap that allows you to wear the detector box around your neck would be ideal Also shown in Figure 7-26 is an old coil-type phone handset cord that will look good as a connection cable between the radiation detector handle and the main unit There really won t be much on the inside of the enclosure and hand-held part, but the more industrial everything looks, the more convincing the effect will be, so choose a heavy enclosure and good solid switches and cables The analog meter can be pulled from an old volt meter, stereo amplifier, battery charger, as well as many old electrical test devices These meters will normally respond to a few volts in order to set the needle flying across the entire range, so just about any type of meter you find can be adapted to work in this circuit The first thing you will want to do is snap apart the plastic cover to remove the current indicator plate in order to replace it with something much more ominous looking DC amperes, or Decibels , is not a label that will scare anyone, so I pulled my meter apart as shown in Figure 7-27 in order to convert it into something much more evil The plastic front window will probably just pop right off with a little twist of the screwdriver, and the plate with the indicator numbers may be held on with a small screw Be careful not to bend the
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