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Welcome to MicrowaveCam.com! There are a lot of sites that describe microwave oven experiments. Some only describe the effects of microwaving various objects. Some sites may have before and after pictures and there are many videos out there too, but the videos usually suffer from poor focus as the autofocus commonly tries to focus on the door mesh instead of the items in the microwave compartment.

We wanted to do something a little different. We bring you videos taken directly of the microwave oven compartment bypassing the front door mesh and smoked or frosted glass.

Thanks goes out to Mr. Yi for picking up the microwave oven. Mr. Yi is a modest person and did not want to take any credit for MicrowaveCam.com. Chan, just let me know if you later change your mind.

Thanks too to Dave who really likes the smell of napalm in the morning. Just mention sparks and flames and he's there.

We'll probably check with two more friends to help us both with creative ideas as well as execution. I'm mildly afraid of the outcome though as phrases such as fire, explosions, bombs and even immoral (ewww, let's not go there) often come up when you mention these guys names.

Finally, it should go without saying, but I'll say it anyway. The content of this site was created by professionals. Professionals in what skill or talent has yet to be determined, but none the less, DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME. We will not discuss details of how we created the "microwave cam." Besides, when we looked at some of the components in the microwave oven, we all mutually agreed that we really didn't want to get anywhere near those wires and gizmos that we knew nothing about.

Derek Fukuhara


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