Grant Imahara Death Cause & Reason: Grant Imahara Died due to brain aneurysm | Grant Imahara Photos, Videos, latest News

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Grant Imahara Death Cause & Reason: Grant Imahara Died due to brain aneurysm | Grant Imahara Photos, Videos, latest News:

Grant Imahara Death Cause Reason

Grant Imahara died on July 13, 2020, at the age of 49 as a result of a brain aneurysm.

Grant Masaru Imahara (October 23, 1970 – July 13, 2020)was an American electrical engineer, roboticist, and television host. He was best known for his work on the television series MythBusters, in which he designed and built numerous robots that were needed for the show, and specialized in operating the various computers and electronics that were utilized to test myths.

Imahara starred in the Netflix series White Rabbit Project released on December 9, 2016.Imahara was born on October 23, 1970, to a Japanese-American family in Los Angeles, California. Imahara was a graduate of the University of Southern California, with a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering.

For a time, he seriously considered switching majors, with the intention of becoming a screenwriter; he decided to stay on the engineering track after assisting Tomlinson Holman, a professor at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.Imahara was also a passionate live action role playing gamer, as revealed on White Rabbit Project.

Imahara reunited with Byron and Belleci for the 2016 White Rabbit Project, a Netflix Original Series, in which the team investigates topics such as jailbreaks, superpower technology, heists, and bizarre World War II weapons, evaluated against a defined set of criteria and explored through experiments, builds, and tests.The complete first season of the series was released on the Netflix streaming service December 9, 2016, but the series was not renewed.

In December 2016, Imahara became engaged to his long-time girlfriend, costume designer Jennifer Newman.On October 18, 2017, Imahara tweeted that he had been consulting for Walt Disney Imagineering for six months, for a “top secret” project.

On May 21, 2018, Imahara was included as an author on the Disney Research paper “Stickman: Towards a Human Scale Acrobatic Robot”, which explores the creation of “a simple two degree of freedom robot that uses a gravity-driven pendulum launch and produces a variety of somersaulting stunts”.

On June 29, 2018, Disney revealed that the Stickman prototype had evolved into an innovative, autonomous, self-correcting, acrobatic style of audio-animatronic figure, named Stuntronics, which will be utilized within Disney theme parks throughout the world.

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