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It was time to take another pass on the hair cutting robot. The new robot is bigger, better, way more reliable and travel friendly. I tried to cut MatPats hair (live) then my brothers hair and then my own. For some reason I'm compelled to improve the pattern carving functionality even though I have zero desire to actually use it....
One final thing - if you know of any actual problems that could use a better solution please leave a comment. One of my goals is to make a portion of my projects attempts at solving legitimately useful problems and I would love to have a good list of them. Thanks!

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  • Stuff Made Here
    Stuff Made Here

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    • Bestalion
      Bestalion

      I would love, if he would Build his own Selfmade Smartphone, I mean, if someone can do this than this Brilliant Brain 🧠!

    • Zane Zerkle
      Zane Zerkle

      @nacoran and it oo

    • truckjumperdude
      truckjumperdude

      hm

    • Den A
      Den A

      It's need to be smaller and faster for cut every place on head. This good idea to make the salon of robot. If make smooth metal protection around the small scissors then it will be safe for head and ear. Don't use big switch, use mini buttons, or electric sensor on protection. You made many fails because you need it now and don't thought what technology for to make it better and take better from this for your robot.

    • Graham Quigley
      Graham Quigley

      POTHOLES. Build a robotic truck to heat up asphalt around potholes and pour in a slurry of tar and rocks and repair cracks in roads. And when you’re done, drive it to Oakland, CA. Thanks

  • The Post Apocalyptic Inventor
    The Post Apocalyptic Inventor

    Oh boy. The time and effort you put into this project are insane! I love how you documented your problem solving process and of course your presentation in general!

    • Caio
      Caio

      Yeah! This guy is insane, I don't understand how he can be so driven and skilled in all these different areas of expertise, and then be great at ITmores! He has like 30 videos, where is his learning curve? How did he learn to film and edit and be funny and just do such good presentation

    • Jonas Neumeyer
      Jonas Neumeyer

      Great to see that all the cool chanels are watching each others videos.

    • Christopher Kendrex
      Christopher Kendrex

      At the 7:30 ish mark his computer says extreme fatigue

    • Bryan Mahoney
      Bryan Mahoney

      Still disparaged Ali for Tyson's crimes.

  • DestituteCoventry
    DestituteCoventry

    I love Wife's character. The little bits of funny narrative you write into these videos is the cherry on the cake. Especially when she starts taking revenge.

    • SnowdropHill
      SnowdropHill

      @Tech Flagg You put cherries on top of your ice cream? Weird. Most people put hard boiled eggs on top of ice cream lol

    • Group B
      Group B

      He throws in a ton of hilarious Easter eggs room. At 7:11 the top monitor has an article "Causes of Extreme Fatigue #1: You're dying.

    • Teofil Žába
      Teofil Žába

      Just went here to comment on the same! :-D

    • Boss
      Boss

      @Tech Flagg black forest cake?

  • TiffanyF
    TiffanyF

    I’ve never heard something more programmer-y than being sad that you lost your code but being happy because now you can do it the right way.

  • Magus Art Studios
    Magus Art Studios

    As a fellow programmer it is inspiring to see your dedication, and this video was awesome you're really out here inventing stuff that is arguably semi practical

  • FlyinSaucier
    FlyinSaucier

    I'd love to see a V3. Maybe analog radars would've been a good replacement for the limit switches. Maybe the radar echoes would've ignored the hair and just told you have close you are to the scalp. Not sure though. In industry, level radars in silos can filter out dust pretty well. For the sides and back: I have a trimmer that can move a guard up and down to adjust for length. I'd like to see that for the sides. It could use the same motions as a hair dresser for the sides and possibly use load cells (weight sensors) to tell you how many pounds of pressure the guard is putting on the scalp. You could aim for a range of 1oz to 4oz or something. Use 4 cells to make slight corrections in the angle/weight distribution. This kind of limits it to only shorter basic hair styles, but I think it's a decent compromise. Now that I think of it, you could overkill it with the load cells in every direction to make sure you aren't hurting your test subject. I might be getting carried away for a project that ended 8 months ago, but oh well.

  • Oxidize
    Oxidize

    I aspire to be as passionate as this guy

    • JUS SUB
      JUS SUB

      Reductize

    • Wesley Dunphy
      Wesley Dunphy

      gay

    • Stop the Philosophical Zombies
      Stop the Philosophical Zombies

      Passion without intelligence is very dangerous. Just look at all the kids that have decided they are "trans", and the medical establishment that (with conflict of interest) says, "Sure! Affirmative care is the way to go!"

    • MrOrangeonion
      MrOrangeonion

      Its the money that id need to do it not passion

    • allahm-ast3mnly wlatstbdlny
      allahm-ast3mnly wlatstbdlny

      mashallah

  • Rachael H.
    Rachael H.

    3:24 $13.65 million verdict for scissor lift injury 3:35 Why is my husband so 7:06 He-man 7:11 Extreme fatigue - 10 possible causes

  • Ryan M
    Ryan M

    Her reactions and participation are my favorite parts of the videos. I mean you’re cool and the stuff too. She just bring things down to reality

  • Bill Kane
    Bill Kane

    Honestly. The smartest thing in this entire video is the fact that he knows when he needs to sleep. People who fail to realize sleep is needed are much more prone to failure.

  • David Danninger
    David Danninger

    Honestly I'm so inspired by this guy, it's so fascinating how you are able to pull things like this off. Really makes me wanna improve my skills. :)

  • Andy Koehler
    Andy Koehler

    The amount of time, engineering, building, problem solving is just incredible. You are incredible! Keep up the amazing work.

    • RAFAEL MENNA
      RAFAEL MENNA

      Engineering sums all the words up😉

    • DoN't
      DoN't

      Don't read my profile picture 😊 😊

    • PottyPotato
      PottyPotato

      @james frederick Well, there are a few, like Mark Rober, who is in the works of an ambitious video in cooperation with Jim Browning of tracking theives for many months, with interactions with law-enforcement and a lot of drama it seems ^^

    • james frederick
      james frederick

      I completely agree this channel is like none other

    • PottyPotato
      PottyPotato

      Yes indeed! the coverage is really detailed, and hilarious! XD

  • André Ferreira
    André Ferreira

    See the process of thinking over the problems that appears and find a way to get over them is amazing to me and a great exercise to turn myself into a better engineer in the future!

  • Gray
    Gray

    hey man, I just started watching your videos and the stuff you create is insanely impressive. one question I have is what language do you program with? I am taking automotive engineering in school right now and they taught me c++ which looks similar, but not the same so I’m curious as to what you use. thanks!

    • phil shou
      phil shou

      looks like python

  • Antony Fuentes Navarro
    Antony Fuentes Navarro

    First of all, I want to say that I love your channel! Now, a suggestion: how about starting with (what I believe) to be a simpler hairstyle? A fade. Also, It seems to me that that hair trimmer is going "perpendicular" to the head. But when you go to a hair stylist, the stylist will generally hold the trimmers at slight angle from the head. So not parallel, but semi-close to it. By putting a fade with a different angle of holding the trimmers, I think it would be much easier. I don't know where you live, but if you're anywhere within a 6 hour drive, I'm willing to volunteer for a haircut.

    • Jamie Ingram
      Jamie Ingram

      I'd also think that in line with CNC routing, it may be sensible to try a machine that can attach and use clipper guards?

  • Jesse Wallenfels
    Jesse Wallenfels

    When you're an engineer and you're using art as a justification of your work ... you know things haven't gone to plan. This while thing is awesome!!! Keep up the awesome stuff, and if you ever need an engineer buddy to brainstorm stuff hit me up!!

  • MistaiRek07
    MistaiRek07

    the most impressive thing is that you were able to get on a plane with that robot in a suit case

    • عبد العزيز اليزيدي
      عبد العزيز اليزيدي

      ​​@Eyezor yeah they check everything, but I doubt if it was a black guy or a muslim guy that they will let him even if its all cleared, or maybe depending on who will do it

    • عبد العزيز اليزيدي
      عبد العزيز اليزيدي

      ​@Eloquent Blogger oh okay maybe it makes sense right now, im not white nor balck im middle but I know how they (west) treat these things and im not surprised if this was the reason

    • ⚣ 𝕯𝖆𝖛𝖎𝖉 ᛋᛋ
      ⚣ 𝕯𝖆𝖛𝖎𝖉 ᛋᛋ

      @Benja cope

  • SmokeJam
    SmokeJam

    6:45 I know this must've been like the WORST moment in this whole ingenuity of haircutting, but I had to rewatch the beeping like 3 times because I couldn't stop laughing, way too authentic and real XDD Thank you for being awesome and an inspiration even to complete non-engineers like me (I'm a psychologist having fun watching actual smart people do fun things)

  • EuroCyclingTrips - Pro Cycling
    EuroCyclingTrips - Pro Cycling

    You do some AMAZING stuff. Love the eye rolling "wife" character!

    • Luke Arts
      Luke Arts

      wife between quotes.... So you also think that she looks more like she could be his sister? =D

  • Ryan M
    Ryan M

    I'm old enough to remember when the idea of a robot cutting your hair would have been a ridiculous fantasy. Now it's a hobby project. I'm not even 40.

  • Tom NixNachname
    Tom NixNachname

    Absolutely love the chemistry between you and your wife. and the fact that you have 50 d10 in the house. Dang, not sure I have that many and I MAKE RPGs. :-)

  • Matthew Blacksher
    Matthew Blacksher

    I just realized this channel has only been around for about a year. Actually insane how good the quality is even from the first video.

    • passiegames original
      passiegames original

      @Clint Beastwood231 depends on the subject as well, i mean some people are genius in economics and they still do not understand physics.

    • hay man
      hay man

      He kinda looks like bill gates

    • geirk selim
      geirk selim

      I'm not interested in arguing if he is or is not certified genius, but I have some really dumb friends who have a high aptitude for things like programing stuff and making robots ~chooch~.

    • Spin It Like A Chicken
      Spin It Like A Chicken

      @Clint Beastwood231 my criteria for genius is the same as the OFFICIAL criteria for genius ...

    • Spin It Like A Chicken
      Spin It Like A Chicken

      @Elcief SSN so I'm assuming you can tell me his exact IQ with proof? I'm waiting.

  • awatto75
    awatto75

    Hahaha….I never laughed so much by watching engineering design in action…you are not just smart, you are very entertaining!😄

  • ThePidrittel
    ThePidrittel

    I love how he uses the red cable like 5 times as an example. This really must have been THE problem of problems

  • Zealot Feathers
    Zealot Feathers

    I love how his top monitor is alternating between looping the same song over and over and articles that accurately describe his state of mind

    • TheTruCloud
      TheTruCloud

      The "I have no idea what to do with my third monitor" problem affects us all...

    • Kenny P
      Kenny P

      HE-MAN HEYYEAH SONG FOR 10 HOURS... This man's mind is an enigma.

  • Federico Florentin
    Federico Florentin

    Man, I really love your videos, so satisfaction in a couple of minutes! I have a question for you, what is the programming language that you use the most for your proyects?

  • Roland Logan
    Roland Logan

    A real solvable problem is making a helmet that can be worn by kids and adults who have cochlear implants. My nephew can't wear his helmet and hear at the same time which is very dangerous. The helmet rubs the magnetically connected sensors off his head every time he puts the helmet on. We need a helmet for him that has cut outs in the foam or some other solution to this problem. Please consider this, I really believe this could impact so many people in a positive way. I just want him to feel like the rest of the kids.

    • A Brother
      A Brother

      Wear a swim cap that covers the magnetic portion of the implant, then put the helmet over the cap. I haven't tried it, but I do have one implant and one hearing aid and I can imagine that it would work.

    • Carolyn G
      Carolyn G

      DO IT!!

    • Sarah L
      Sarah L

      THIS! We have tried multiple different styled helmets but haven't had much luck with any of them. Some are better for his processor's (over the ear device) but they still manage to swipe his headpieces off as the helmet shifts with movement. Some part of the safety feature gets compromised with adjustments to existing helmets. He is 4 and riding his bike with his friends is one of his favorite activities. We either compromise his hearing or his safety, and obviously neither is ideal. We have many friends with CI's and/or hearing aids and they all experience the same issue.

    • Gregory Norris
      Gregory Norris

      Ideally if you remove support from one area you should add support somewhere else. I'm betting there's some mathematical formula for figuring out where to reinforce it and how firm the padding should be in different areas.

    • Haylee Jackson
      Haylee Jackson

      Go Kai

  • Michael Fontaine
    Michael Fontaine

    Absolutely love all the stuff you make you are a freaking genius sooo crazy

  • Alex Van de Riet
    Alex Van de Riet

    I love the subtle and dry humor of you two!

  • Zackary Andraka
    Zackary Andraka

    Problem: There are not enough Stuff Made Here videos. Idea: Never stop making videos!

  • Mubbasher Khanzada
    Mubbasher Khanzada

    Your videos are brilliant, funny, with dead pan face mentioning facts and reality of the situation.... a joy to watch. Keep up the creativity and keep them coming.

  • Grandma 22
    Grandma 22

    Hey Shane, Ive been a fan of the channel for quite a while and videos like the Ipad lidar use to help individuals who are blind so hearing that you would be interested in other such ideas was really amazing. My mom is a teacher for students with severe physical disability’s (some of which are either undiagnosed or so rare that they are one of only a few individuals worldwide with the illness). Sadly equipment to help them out is extremely costly and often isn’t perfect. Not to mention due to the specifics of the products they end up having to spend much more money than you would expect (with things like a simple big red button that makes a specific noise costing ~$200 when it should only cost a few dollars and wheelchairs costing 10’s of thousands of dollars and still needing to be modified due to each of the kids individual needs). She has attempted in the past to reach out to engineers to possibly make a very specific wheelchair or movement apparatus device to help out the students with no success. Due to the fragile condition of the students you would need to work and make sure to strictly follow the safety guidelines for the kids and work with physical therapists and occupational therapists closely to follow exactly what the students need. This would be a massive undertaking but even if you could make a prototype to inspire others to help out children with severe physical disability’s that would be amazing. Most of these kids live in poor households and everyday they still come to school with a great big smile on their face always being happy despite the sad reality of their physical condition and that they likely wont live to see their 20th birthday. I know you likely wont read this and that ok. No matter what project you undertake I am sure it will leave a lasting impact on the world and/or humanity as a whole. If you are interested however then just leave a reply to this comment. And for anyone else reading this it would be nice if you could give the comment a like to increase the chance he sees it. Thanks so much for the enjoyment that comes from watching your videos Shane.

    • Grandma 22
      Grandma 22

      @Jonas I will take a better look at it to see if anything could be of use.

    • Jonas
      Jonas

      @Grandma 22 I noticed on page 4 of the hackaday blog I linked that they had some open source buttons. Maybe we can integrate those with something that makes sounds or maybe even better a computer. hackaday.com/2017/10/05/hackaday-prize-entry-clunke-button-powers-accessibility/ The hard part is making a custom solution for each case so flexibility and easy customizability seems most important.

    • Grandma 22
      Grandma 22

      @Jonas and yes some of the technologies you mention in the link are used (or similar stuff is) but they are often not perfect and cost much more than you would expect. If you think the price would be $200 it is most likely over $1000.

    • Grandma 22
      Grandma 22

      @Jonas there are many technologies for individuals missing limbs and in most cases these individuals are able to attend regular schooling as these prosthetics are so advanced. For legs a simple prosthetic is often enough as you only need a joints. For hands expensive prosthetics do exist but cheaper ones that allow the individual to have some type of finger motion compared to almost full motion in the expensive ones do exist. The types of conditions I was referring to would be conditions such as cerebral palsy and spina bifida. If you would like more info I can provide some. Prosthetics is already a huge technological industry with MIT having their own prosthetics lab if I remember correctly. So as smart and capable as Shane is I doubt he would come up with some breakthrough tech when there are so many other smart people working on the same issue (not to mention they would have a much larger budget).

  • David Kersey
    David Kersey

    I've been using a FlowBee since 1993 and while it isn't robotic, you might be able to use a similar cutting head. I've never gotten a bad haircut and my wife even uses it now.

  • Lucid Layers
    Lucid Layers

    I like your way of analyzing personal progress and failure. this helps me to think clearer about my own work.

  • The Member3 Podcast
    The Member3 Podcast

    Totally insane! :D What about a Flexi cap or something like a hairdryer capsule that has four trimmer ends inside for the top, sides, and back with overlapping cutting areas? That would remove the complexity of having an arm going all the way around and above the head. Maybe even solve the mullet problem?

  • Zayenus
    Zayenus

    As a fellow engineer, the most relatable part of this video was the plethora of coffee cups on your desk

  • Lazy Programmer
    Lazy Programmer

    *He is* 1. A Software Engineer 2. An Electrical Engineer 3. A Mechanical Engineer At the same time.

    • John Doe
      John Doe

      @Lazy Programmer you forgot Python developer

    • sciure sci
      sciure sci

      Apparently he is a mechanical engineer with masters in computer science.

    • DestituteCoventry
      DestituteCoventry

      You forgot video producer and script writer. The editing isn't a Tom Scott Confetti video, but every shot and cut feels professional and deliberate. And I believe the humour can speak for itself.

    • Frida
      Frida

      @J F Good luck!

    • Hassan Jacobs
      Hassan Jacobs

      @Cyral he's engineering his own software.. don't be a gatekeeper bud

  • samename1st
    samename1st

    Reliability Theory! My senior thesis was on the bathtub curve, always fun to see it come up in these builder videos.

  • TECH ROOT
    TECH ROOT

    I think it would be easier if he'd used a vacuum hair trimmer from a liability standpoint and work that way towards a custom cut.

  • Ben Hartman
    Ben Hartman

    I loved the probability part for failure cuz that’s realistically what engineering is all about 😂

  • aaron stutzman
    aaron stutzman

    So glad I found this video. I watched some of your other videos and was going to ask you if you could make something like this. I have some ideas as well and your smart enough to actually figure it out! haha Love the creative ideas and if you wanted to know my ideas for this type of machine please message me.

  • Blood Wolf2609
    Blood Wolf2609

    The words “I have 3 days which is 80 hours which is basically 2 full work weeks” are words I strive to live by.

    • Mike Marynowski
      Mike Marynowski

      @Nobody Important "not to mention the quality of work always suffers" Not necessarily. When I hit a good flow state coding I sometimes don't stop for 2 days and it's my best work. I get 2 weeks worth of meh state work done in 2 days. If you are forcing yourself to stay up involuntarily due to a crunch then maybe, but when I get into it I just don't want to stop Fatigue doesnt even set in because I'm in the groove and loving it.

    • Name Last Name
      Name Last Name

      if you live by those words I hope that you are building the next Tesla company

    • Nobody Important
      Nobody Important

      @The Real Hustler any endurance training should correlate towards being able to physically handle it. Over sleeping before the 3 day grind and having some extra REM sleep cycles, i.e. if you sleep 6 hours normally, sleep 9 for a few days before, should help some. I mean soldiers train to be able to handle similar situations in combat. Essentially, physical conditioning and confidence building exercises should help you prepare to handle getting 72 hours of solid work. Ultimately, we just need to understand our bodies to know what it needs and have confidence in it, even when extremely fatigued.

    • The Real Hustler
      The Real Hustler

      @Nobody Important how to physically condition for this then? I'm prepared for the journey.

    • Nobody Important
      Nobody Important

      @fl00fydragon not to mention the quality of work always suffers due to cognitive impairment. Though microdosing stimulants + neurotransmitter supplements may ward those effects off until set goal is reached, it isn't recommended unless your body is also physically conditioned.

  • Philip A Covington
    Philip A Covington

    I remember this guy I worked with back in the early 1980's. We all thought he was kind of a nut, but he would tell anyone who would listen about this robotic hair cutting machine he invented. From the looks of his hair, I don't think it worked very well... He also talked about an invention of his (his name was Ray), which he said was a radio wave laser driven by a two-phase power source. We called it the "RAYZER-TWO-PHASER". LOL.

  • Mac Carpeli
    Mac Carpeli

    Great attempt. Add a vacuum apparatus to help with angle and length control. Then maybe a rotary shear that adjusts angle of approach within a controlled suction housing? Hoping for V3.

  • Lasty first
    Lasty first

    Guy has a knack for using what he’s learned to convey that it can be fun to engineer

  • BLAKER
    BLAKER

    Ever since I was a little boy, I've been designing a robot back scratcher/tickler. I just never had the skills to pull it off. Then I recently found your channel! This would be an amazing invention. Everyone loves to get their back scratched or little tickled before falling off to sleep. Most times your partner doesn't want to do this for you. We need a night table attachment that can do it for us

  • Safety in Numbers
    Safety in Numbers

    Since those fancy surgical robots are called Da Vinci, this one certainly deserves the name of Van Gogh

    • Bryton Massie
      Bryton Massie

      ​@Carpetgnome News Anchor 1: Today we have our friend Stuff Made Here to show us his new invention, News Anchor 2, would you like to give it a spin? News Anchor 2: Sure. *hops in* News Anchor 1: So why is your robot called Van Gogh? Stuff Made Here: Cause it likes chopping ears off. News Anchor 2: Wait a minute...

    • TissuePaper
      TissuePaper

      @Carpetgnome bro I thought Van Gogh was a dumb name until you mentioned the ear thing and now I think it's hilarious

    • Carpetgnome
      Carpetgnome

      We all know that Van Gogh and ear safety are synonymous. I second this suggestion.

  • its rybo
    its rybo

    My buddy was in a powered wheelchair and there were always curbs he couldn’t get up unless he rammed it or I lifted it up. A way to have an automatic ramp that would be adjustable height would have increased his independent mobility worlds over.

  • Need Sleep
    Need Sleep

    Thank you so much for your hard work for this charity!

  • Geforce RTX
    Geforce RTX

    This is amazing. I said to my wife a while back that a robot will cut our hair in the future. Stuff made here - World's first automated salon?

  • Not Just For Me
    Not Just For Me

    Had that idea since I was like ten when adapters for your vacuum for hair cutting were a thing. I figured that you'd have to pick a template, all hair would be "sucked straight" and then be cut to length :)

  • SUCKAFREE SPORTS
    SUCKAFREE SPORTS

    I feel like some of these problems could’ve been fixed with some different pairs of clippers like for the logo cut

  • David Makó
    David Makó

    I just cannot describe how awesome you are. I wish I had 0.0.1% of the talent and enthusiasm and endurance that you have. God, do I wish...

  • RedRamDRA
    RedRamDRA

    What an amazing, sneaky way to get your brother a goofy-ass haircut :D

  • lbrown21494
    lbrown21494

    Would it be possible to make a cutter where each blade in the trimmer could be controlled individually? I could see this being useful for cutting logos and designs in the hair.

  • Pink Freud
    Pink Freud

    "1000 sided die" "Did you mean A SPHERE" I laughed way too hard at this

    • WhyGuy
      WhyGuy

      @Pink Freud thanks

    • Pink Freud
      Pink Freud

      WhyGuy 4:57

    • WhyGuy
      WhyGuy

      What’s the time stamp lmao

    • Broken Syntax
      Broken Syntax

      I've seen d100 that are literally just a sphere. They have internal construction of divots and a ball that will eventually land in one of them, the settled weight leaving the opposite side's number face up.

    • Shankiplier
      Shankiplier

      @Jessie Kowalchuk 1.000 corners

  • Dead
    Dead

    This guy is gonna be the best grandpa one day, I can just imagine...

  • Lets play
    Lets play

    7:12 Love the "hidden jokes". What may the causes of extreme fatigue be, I do wonder.

  • 1337. sp33d
    1337. sp33d

    I was thinking of a solution, what came to me was video image recognition. Use video game imaging animation studio equipment and use imaging cameras and software. Have haircut templates overlay the image and use really small cutters with articulated arm FLSUN® Super Racer(SR) style 3D Printer type cutter, that's what I saw. some kind of tiny rotary cutting vacuum style cutter on a 3d printer type chassis. Learning to take failure in stride by watching your videos, keep up the good work, thanks. Pattern recognition software maby?

  • Youssef WMF
    Youssef WMF

    My guess is that the robot should be able to cut the hair depending on different specified head positions that can be manipulated easily and operate more accuratly on the different parts of a humans head . As in normal barbers, they be switchin between razors ,scissors and brushes in order to give you a clean beautiful hair cut. it's like a defined process or pattern. The robot could also be able to do that. But slightely different to make it better.

  • Jorryn Macris
    Jorryn Macris

    The dislikes are from real hairdressers that are scared that they are going to lose their job.

    • Jorryn Macris
      Jorryn Macris

      @My Swamp i did indeed write trhat

    • MrCherp
      MrCherp

      Ha so true.

    • isabel past
      isabel past

      Yes I'm afraid, that's why I'm here watching how this machine works so I can have another option, maybe supervising the machine or sitting next to te client for the talk or maybe operating 🤷🏻‍♀️

    • Z Ack
      Z Ack

      Hey ali could have, he had a life before boxing.. its not like its a hard thing to do... uncommon i guess but people do bite..

  • ZephyrFluous
    ZephyrFluous

    Man, idc how much work someone puts into this, I don't think I'd ever let a robot with, albeit less sharp implements around my head lol

  • GeniyX GeniyX
    GeniyX GeniyX

    Maybe use sound/echo for position. Also you can merge real head geometry with 3d model

  • Aͣiͥdͩeͤn
    Aͣiͥdͩeͤn

    This guy is literally Creating the possible future of hair salons. Might as well make a mech while you're at it!

  • Angela Schulz
    Angela Schulz

    As a salon owner navigating a labor shortage, I’m depending on you to make this thing work. I’d buy a working one for sure. It could do walkins! It could work 24 hours a day with no breaks, vacations, sickness, gossiping, the possibilities are endless! Then we need one that gives you a manicure.

  • Benji Miller
    Benji Miller

    "The doctors said that, in medical terms, the haircut robot gave my son a lobotomy. He has been much better behaved since then. 5 stars, went above and beyond."

    • Christopher Arendt
      Christopher Arendt

      lmao

  • John Olding
    John Olding

    For the pattern thing, nose hair trimmer like thing would work MUCH better!

  • Kaige Royal
    Kaige Royal

    I'm sorry but that transition of starting to code and 30 hours later was hilarious. Keep it up, love this content

  • just telling the truth
    just telling the truth

    This guy has to be one of the smartest guys on the planet. Like I said in a previous video his mechanical engineering professor needs a goddamn raise.

  • M. Adams
    M. Adams

    You 2 are proof that your perfect match is out there! Don't settle!

  • Jack Lougheed
    Jack Lougheed

    “Im gonna need a little more humanity” Your brother dropped gold, and no one is talking about it.

    • Konrad OldMoney
      Konrad OldMoney

      agreed

    • Sailor
      Sailor

      darksouls players be like

    • Mihai 2537
      Mihai 2537

      That's what they said when the steam factories popped up.

    • Karen Paz
      Karen Paz

      😂😂 I laughed so much with his comment😂

  • Well_Theres_Yer_Problem
    Well_Theres_Yer_Problem

    Robot hedge trimmer would be cool too. Especially if it could make hedge sculptures. Not very practical but it would be cool :)

  • Cyanic Core
    Cyanic Core

    While this failed, its partial success gives me a lot of hope for the future!

  • Vijai Jaison
    Vijai Jaison

    This guy can make his whole house automatic 😀

  • Aby7799
    Aby7799

    You should have gone with a curved axis for the trimmer to move, which follows the shape of the head.

  • SmarterEveryDay
    SmarterEveryDay

    You say redneck like it's a bad thing.....?

    • Nuclear Void276
      Nuclear Void276

      @Desta H lol no it aint

    • Nuclear Void276
      Nuclear Void276

      @Ross Ashland same! Yeeyee

    • Bug2246
      Bug2246

      It is

    • Ryan Allen
      Ryan Allen

      Mullets are in fashion now!

  • HAZE
    HAZE

    you could have made it so that the 3 points which detect the distance actually sense where they are and align the machine

  • Daniel Pas
    Daniel Pas

    My idea for a haircut robot is to use high voltage to extend the hair out from the head and use a laser to cut it. I'm sure you could build something like that. Obviously the danger level would be higher but there's no biz like show biz. Also who wouldn't want to go to a barber's shop that smelt like burn hair?

  • d00mzDai
    d00mzDai

    I really wish I could say game theory sent me here, but I didn't watch their last charity stream. But after watching a few videos of yours and very much enjoying them. It was beautiful to watch the two of you on screen together 😁

  • Jouko Markula
    Jouko Markula

    That was awesome! last time, i needed haircut, i did that myself..just comb and scissors... no robots , no anyone else to help :-P