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Enroll at and I'll see you in class!
So stoked to finally announce my creative engineering class has just launched today! Enrollment is now open until Dec 27 at (link also in bio).
This class is a hands-on, 30-day learning experience that will teach you how to use engineering and science to bring your creative ideas to life.
During this class, I'm going to share with you my entire creative engineering process from start to finish. You're going to follow along with me as I fully design and engineer 3 brand new builds from scratch... from how I come up the idea, all the way through bringing the final builds to life.
The best part is, over the month, you'll follow along with me and my process, side by side, and you will leave the class with 3 original, creative builds of your own.
This is the class I wish I had when I was starting out. It's designed to take your skills to make cool stuff to the next level, whether you're a beginner or a more experienced maker/engineer.
The class officially starts on January 4, 2021, and it will only run a few times per year, so claim your spot if you're interested!
See you in class!

Exactly one week i'll be releasing the glitter bomb 3.0 video. It's got a bunch of new features and it turns out. Even in 2020, there were no shortage of package thieves that involuntarily volunteered to test all those new features out for us: glitter yeah, oh my god, 10 9. 8.

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1.. But this video isn't that i'm making this video to tell you about something. I've poured my guts into for almost a year and it's like the biggest thing i've ever announced on my channel. But first i have a confession and that's.

I love ice cream. It's just objectively the best food that there is, but there's two problems with that number one. I have no impulse control to keep me from eating this entire tub in a single day and number two. Other people in my house also love it.

So we are competing over a scarce resource, so i came up with an invention to protect the ice cream for my poor impulse, control and other people in my house. At the exact same time, and here it is, do you see it? Of course you don't because that's the first line of defense in action, it's camouflaged in this bag of frozen vegetables, but even if someone in my house were to accidentally stumble upon this bag of vegetables, this is what they'd find it's impossible for. Even the world's strongest person to remove this lid because it's clamped on with a quarter ton of force and yet there are no buttons latches or locks and it works because the lid and the base are made from different metals. So you place the carton right in the base and then the lid just snugly, slides on at room temperature, but when i put it in the freezer, the anodized aluminum lid shrinks 50 more than the stainless steel base does essentially fusing them together.

The trick, then, is to just run room temperature water over the lid, because, when you increase their temperature, aluminum also grows 50 more than steel, and this solves my impulse control issues, because it makes me wait at least 30 seconds to think if i should really eat This ice cream and in this case yup, i definitely should this idea just occurred to me one day, so i made it and that's the thing i love about being an engineer. If you have an idea about a thing and that thing doesn't exist, you can just will it into existence. So here's my big announcement. I have been secretly working for nearly a year to create a month-long course that will teach you to use engineering and science to bring your own creative ideas to life.

We structure this course in such a way that it covers my entire creative design process, while still being easy to follow and digestible, and this really is my entire process. You'll follow along with me, as i create three different brand new builds, starting all the way from just coming up with the idea in the first place, so, for example, for one of the three projects in the class, the design challenge is just some kind of build That has to do with habits, so it either helps enforce a good habit or breaks a bad one and as you'll see in the class as i was stepping through the brainstorming portion of the engineering design process, it occurred to me what, if i could build something That could do both at the same time before this i never actually known how to solve rubik's cube. So this seemed like a worthy good habit. So every time i do it, i can just set it in this really cool retro blender.

I found on ebay. That's also just camouflaged in my kitchen and then it will check to see if i solved it correctly when i turn it on and if i did then the back pops open and i get rewarded with my favorite candy, which, if it weren't locked away, i would Eat every time i came through the kitchen because again, no impulse control and normally on my channel, whether it's an automatic bullseye dartboard or the world's largest nerf gun or super soaker or a ninja warrior obstacle course for squirrels. It's just me presenting the final thing and then you get to see it in action, but for this class i pull back the curtain and you're gon na see the creation process unfold. In real time.

You get to see all those aha moments, the hundreds of little decisions that lead to the final build. As i talk you through my thought process and the techniques and tools that i'm using as i use them. But by far the coolest part is you get to practice this process yourself and that's where the true learning occurs together, we'll follow the engineering design process side by side, no matter what your starting skill level is the course is designed so that, by the end of The month you will leave the class with three original creative builds of your own, that you can proudly show off to the world, and other students will be in the class with you. So you can learn together and get feedback and i'll be in there.

Sometimes too leaving comments and video responses on people's work, and so just give you a little flavor of the class. Here's like a 60 second sneak peek, you guys ready the first build is mechanical. Here are my five requirements. Now we want to make sure we have a bunch of different starting points.

What's the right arc that this should have each time it spun around pvc pipe here i don't even know what this is for in real life, but it's small, it's cheap. My one is i'll, just raise the back of the catapult up and that will give me a different launch angle, three two one launch, and then this comes all the way back and then and it comes down this makes sense in 2d. Now i've got to take this 2d and like map it to the 3d. Here it's a sheer load.

It's not like a tension load, so that may be enough. You get a force going back that way. It goes through the eyelet and then comes back to me. Captures it fires lovely it impacts on this shoulder right here.

It's a dice, roll at every gate. Basically, so the fewer gates you have the less complex the system is the fewer moving parts, always the more reliable it's going to be. Oh baby got it. It's basically like us hanging out together, as i walk you through my entire process.

In fact, if you combine all the videos in the course it's longer than the combined time of all the videos, i've uploaded to youtube in my 10 years on the platform and the goal of the class is not just to expose you to all the tools and Techniques that i use, but to teach you to think like an engineer but like in the good way, not in the way that makes my wife frustrated when we have to talk about feelings and the process i'll be teaching. You is the same process i used at apple as a product designer it's the same process. I used at nasa to help build the curiosity rover and it's the same exact process. I use every month on all my youtube: videos, we'll cover mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, 3d, printing prototyping, cad arduino and raspberry pi, the scientific method and so much more, including how to tell a great story around your build and give it character.

So people will naturally want to share it, and if you hear all that and you're like that's way over, my head, don't worry because, hopefully you trust me enough by now to know that i love to try and take these really complex things and break them down To their most basic elements so that they make sense even for someone just starting out now to be clear, if this is your first time dipping your toes in the water, i'm definitely not promising that by the end of the month, you'll be making like fully functioning Glitter bombs, but you will have a fundamental understanding of how a mechanical and electrical build like this works and exposure to all of the steps and processes by which something like this is made. Like there's no element of this glitter bomb that we don't at least somehow touch on in the class, we really tried to design the course so that anyone could create at the edge of their abilities whatever they currently are. Now, if you're an adult or a professional engineer, i'm confident you will get a lot out of this class, but on the other end of the spectrum, a question i've already been asked is: what's sort of the right minimum age level where it won't feel overwhelming and I'd say for sure anyone like high school or above will be fine. Having said that, i've met some pretty precocious eight-year-olds that are already into building and electronics, and i think they'd be fine too.

Otherwise. This is a great month-long activity, for maybe a parent and their kid or even a whole family, to tackle together at the end of the day, if you're not quite sure, you could just sign up to test it out and then get a full refund up until Day, five of the class, the company i've partnered with, is called monthly and they're great. They specialize in these month-long accelerated learning courses and their user satisfaction. Ratings are super high across the board, so you can feel confident.

This would make a great holiday gift or just a fantastic way, to start the new year by making a resolution to learn some new skills that will serve you for the rest of your creative life. So, if you're looking for a new hands-on way to bring your creative ideas to life or if you've always been interested in science and engineering and want to further invest in this interest or if you're, just a more experienced engineer, looking for a fresh way to do Things then, this class is for you just go to monthly.commarkrover or use the link in the video description to check it out and then enroll in this month-long learning experience with me. I know what's in the class and i promise you won't regret it. You.

12 thoughts on “Unbreakable ice cream safe- how to make cool stuff (i made a class!)”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Benjamin Phillips says:

    Why does the program have to cost money that looks super cool but I'm like a kid and have no money

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Carter Buchberger says:

    Thx for telling me my family loves that ice cream and any time my mom sees me with that ice cream when I'm at school yep mom eat me ice cream………….. Why do I make those

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Edit Time says:

    I'm an engineer, however I don't have the money or materials to make the things I want.

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Nikki Robinson says:

    why would you make a video about I am sure your family and friends whatch your videos to

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Kairos says:

    "It makes me wait 30 seconds to think if I should eat this ice cream."

    My brain: First time?

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars JD&GAMING says:

    I love ice cream to. My favorite ice cream is Ben and Jerry’s chocolate fudge brownie.

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars KS&tA says:

    Guys… Mark reminds me of Tadashi Hamada from Big Hero 6, but thanks for the incredible course Mark, your content all-round is very inspiring!

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars 50k says:

    i know how to build a thing like a water gun but i dont know how to put the materials together

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars MyGuyTheCAT says:

    your son,wife and your neices and nephews watching this be like:hmmmm frozen vegetables eh

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Phyllis Westbury says:

    I get so excited when you “get” the scammers because my FIL and his sister both got taken for around $500,000. Which was entire retirement fund. Yes they’re both elderly and she actually believes that this 26 YO From India was in love with her. I think she’s probably 85. My FIL was one of the smartest and friendliest people I’ve ever known. They had him convinced he would be a millionaire if he just kept going one more step and more money. We as a family could not make them see logic. He has become pretty senile after this happened to him. He’s probably in his 90’s now.
    But yeah they took him for his entire retirement fund and now has nothing to live on. The FBI AND Oklahoma City Police were no help whatsoever.
    It breaks my heart for them. 😭
    So thank you for fighting back and please continue.

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Phyllis Westbury says:

    Hmmmm I’m thinking 🤔 something to stop smoking or at least cutting down on smoking 💭 any 💡 ideas ?

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Zohair Atif says:

    sooo technically your greedy and you made a video for making that the ice cream is only yours, not your family


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