How do you make Spiderman web shooter that shoots webs? (video)
How do you make a simple web shooter? (video)
How do you make a real web shooter that you can swing on? (video)
How do you make a real spider web? (video)
Can Spider-Man shoot webs without web shooters?
He is also able to produce webs from his wrists, by applying a small amount of pressure to the base of his palms. Because Peter can produce his own webs, he does not need to create web-shooters or artificial webbing. via
Is it possible to make real web shooters?
YouTuber Sean's Crafts has made it possible for Spider-Man fans to DIY their own web shooters, based on multiple iterations of the tool. Now, every fan who used to pretend to fire webs can do it for real. via
Can Miles Morales shoot webs?
Peter's successor, Miles Morales was given Peter's web-shooters by Peter's Aunt May. Not only do they shoot out enhanced webbing, but these also shoot Taser-Webs to stun foes and Flash-Webs to blind his enemies. The Web-Shooters have a button to create Web-Parachutes rather than having Peter making them himself. via
How do you make a web shooter Miles Morales? (video)
How do you make a cardboard web shooter? (video)
Can we make a real Spider-Man?
Well, sorry to be bearer of bad news, but it turns out that it's scientifically impossible for someone to be Spider-Man…and it has everything to do with our stupid bodies. Unfortunately, debbie-downer science has reared its well-informed head and confirmed that climbing a wall like Spider-Man does would be impossible. via
Can you swing like Spider-Man?
But no, this is apparently real. Inventor Trajan Dimsey has concocted a device that enables you to shoot grappling hook ropes from arm-cannons. You can then, in theory, use the ropes to swing through the air just like your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. See for yourself. via
How do you stick to walls like Spider-Man? (video)
Is oscorp Biocable real?
It's not actually the "Biocable" created by Oscorp in the comic's, but it's similar to a wild arachnid's web. Several scientists have created a synthetic spider silk after years of research. They combined spidroin genes from two different species of spiders to create a hybrid spider silk gene. via
What is spider silk Made of?
Spider silk primarily consists of proteins that possess large quantities of nonpolar and hydrophobic amino acids like glycine or alanine, but for example, no or only very little tryptophan. via