Mark Rober created a nine-part underwater maze for his pet octopus that included incrementally increasing the difficulty levels.
Mark Rober constructed several different booby trap to safely deter greedy Trick or Treaters who took more than their fair share of candy.
Mark Rober had his backyard squirrels race against one another in an event called the "Backyard Squirrelympics 3.0 - The Summer Games".
Mark Rober extolled the many virtues of Zipline, an autonomous drone company that quietly delivers groceries and saves lives.
Mark Rober utilized his new, massive warehouse space inside Crunch Labs to build the World's Longest Hot Wheels Track.
Mark Rober used many tricks from his scientific arsenal in an unsuccessful attempt to hide from a determined search and rescue dog.
Mark Rober Enlists 12 Year Old Inventor to Build World’s Largest T-Shirt Cannon for Jimmy Kimmel’s LA Bowl
Mark Rober was asked by Jimmy Kimmel to build a giant T-shirt cannon, so Rober enlisted help from 12 year old LEGO inventor Anthony Hartman.
Engineer Mark Rober improved his porch pirate deterring mechanical glitter fart bomb with a self-launching lid and much more glitter.
An Intricate Rube Goldberg Chain Reaction Machine That Feeds Squirrels and Other Small Backyard Critters
Creezy, who previously created an incredibly intricate Rube Goldberg chain reaction machine that followed a blue ball, found inspiration with Mark Rober and took his…
Mark Rober built a self-playing transparent piano that speaks English and can play "Rush E", an extremely difficult piano song.