World’s Largest T-Shirt Cannon

World’s Largest T-Shirt Cannon

I was challenged to build a T-Shirt cannon. I accepted the challenge.
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28 Responses

  1. Mark Rober says:

    TWO videos in ONE week!! A true Christmas miracle!!! I’m now going to sleep for 4 days.

  2. SuperfastMatt says:

    Between this and Smarter Every Day’s supersonic baseball cannon, I’m starting to think I need to switch to ballistics for real YouTube success.

  3. Matthew Balch says:

    Love seeing Anthony wearing that Cornell sweatshirt already. Keep aiming high, and Go Big Red! Man’s got a bright future ahead of him.

  4. 12.X-G Deshpande Soumitra Sandip says:

    I have always wanted to become a robotic engineer and it’s one of my dream to meet Mark. The engineering projects you do has inspired me a lot thank you very much

  5. Jaacques von romburgh says:

    To inspire a young lad like this is truly heart warming. You’re a gent Mark!

  6. NotThat Dinosaur says:

    “It’s like a real-life cannon!”
    Mark Rober, the art of t-shirt cannon

  7. Katherine says:

    Anthony reaction was genuinely priceless. And this kid is going places, no doubt about it.

  8. foodiusmaximus says:

    This is so inspiring, as a dad, as an engineering fan, and as a fan of design. Mark has so much genuine love, it’s insane.

  9. Wil Dasovich says:

    I am genuinely wondering if that kid is considered a legal genius at his age, or if there are just a bunch of kids that smart out there who understand these type of intricate concepts. Serious question!

    • Nirdesh Shrestha says:

      @Muichiro Tokito now just present them to investors and earn a lot

    • Juneervy tv says:

      Hi kuya wil dasovich

    • Eamonluke Walsh says:

      I decently understand it and I am eleven, but still he is a lot better than me.

    • Karl Dominic Guerra says:


    • BeaverTheory says:

      I think it’s due to more guys like Mark Rober popularizing engineering like this. Not to discredit the kid at all, but I think we underestimate how much of an effect popular YouTube channels or any medium motivate kids to do stuff like this.

      I can only speak for myself but my growing up with channels like this directly pushed me to get a degree in engineering. Makes engineering / math / science seem much less foreign and respects stem the way it should be respected.

      This stuff is easy if you’re motivated to do it.

  10. Jacob Scott says:

    As an engineer, I laughed so hard at “There goes Anthony already qualifying his statements as a true engineer”

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