The Brain Exploder shows how he adds a Top ARC Rail to his night helmet, allowing him to attach more accessories... "The helmet has come a long way from just protecting your head. In modern day airsoft use it is a whole mobile studio so space is at a premium. I found a solution that adds more mounting options and keeps everything in place.
The Brain Exploder did some more tweaking to get a better POV video in airsoft which he calls TruPOV... "My new obsession with TruPOV continues and it continues to evolve. I am one step closer to capturing that angle that lets me share what I see on the field with you guys.
Today I am taking the ARES SLR from Airsoft Megastore for a run. I have made a few changes to it to suit my play style. I created a custom top rail for the bolt cover to mount an optic to and I reworked the hopup to include the B-Hop patch.
Magic Knives do an honest review of the Runcam & Side Rail Mount from the Brain Exploder that allows you to have the Runcam action cam capture the airsoft action mounted on your airsoft gun... "I've recently upgraded my zoom cam to the Runcam 2/Airsoft Runcam by BrainExploder as well as the Side rail mount recently released. Here's my review on what I think so far. Thanks for Watching!"
Another night ops for the Brain Exploder as teams go up against each other and they are all wearing NVGs, will it be an even match? Watch the video... "A large group of night vision users set out on a night raid of the the enemy team but they are ready for us with NV Goggles, Laser and Illuminators. A back and forth breaks out with tracers flying all around. Confusion is at an all time high and things get tense."
The Brain Exploder does a DIY tutorial to help airsoft players make their own face protection... "Tired of bulky mask or ones that allow no air in. This solution fixes both of those problems but not without its own downsides. Join the chat and lets see if we can evolve this concept together.
The idea is to take the very oldschool technology of chainmail (chainmaille?) and use that same sword stopping material to dampen the energy of the BB and spread it out in the form of an airsoft mask."
The Brain Exploder brings a hefty airsoft gun in the form of the AGM MG-42 to the field to use his goggle mounted camera for a true POV video test... "A first in airsoft. In goggle mounted camera to create the most authentic and realistic first person view. To make it even more exciting I have modified this MG42 to house a large view optic that can be clearly seen by the viewer with every aimed shot.
The Brain Exploder likes taking headshots with the LCT Airsoft LC-3 AEG in this gameplay review... "Want to snipe but don't have the patience? This LCT G3 (LC-3) might be your next gun. Quick trigger response, solid build and accuracy to get those headshots like a true sniper in a DMR package. Check out the headshot rain in this fast paced gameplay review.
More night games for The Brain Exploder as he is getting more adept in night ops with his NVG... "Night Vision gameplay portion from the Airsoft Evike event held at SC Village. Since this was a public field it was not exactly over run with night vision goggle operators, in fact we three might have been the only ones. Of course you might have noticed Jet Desertfox is the leader of our group and team."
Check this project by the Brain Exploder as he works on having a more realistic POV for use in taking videos of airsoft games... "Problem solving is the mother of all invention. When I purchased this K6-3 aka Level 3 PUBG helmet I needed a way to record. The flip up visor was an added challenge so I had to channel my creative juices and come up with a camera that could fit under the visor and in the process I created a new way to record. Eye level remote lens camera sees what I see and puts you that closer to the action.
The Brain Exploder posts a video on his second go with the American Airsoft Factory M4... "Full blowback airsoft replica, a gas blowback killer, perfect training weapon... so they said. On this second go round with the AAF (American Airsoft Factory) M4 I put it to a field test and the results are a rollercoaster ride that ends in a death metal medley.