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  • Hey Evan, are you alive?

  • No, he's dead.

  • Rest in peace.

  • You will be missed.

  • I don't get why some people think I'm dead.

  • I was only gone for a few days.

  • You don't need an excuse to disappear for a few days.

  • It's called an existential crisis.

  • Last video I made was June 28th.

  • And now it's J-j-j-october.

  • CRAB!

  • Oh no...

  • Sigh... frickin cleaning ladie's gotta stop messing with my shittake.

  • One day to one year...

  • One year to one day...

  • There we go.

  • Evan, where are your videos?

  • Two weeks without video, I'm almost dead inside, forced to watch Filthy Frank.

  • Oh...

  • I am so sorry.

  • When are you going to make another video?

  • When's the next video?

  • I have to make another video!

  • Okay... d-d-don't panic.

  • Um... quickly Evan, think of something before the meds wear out.

  • Evan, if you're so terrible at video editting, why not let the computer do it for you?

  • That's a brilliant plan Evan, why didn't I think of that myself?

  • You know what?

  • You deserve another one.

  • Okay, here's what we do Evan.

  • Why don't we make a device that can let us innocuously mark down the mildly interesting

  • parts of what we film while we're filming so that the computer can later go through

  • these mildly interesting markers and piece together a very interesting video for us?

  • That sounds wonderful, tell me more.

  • Okay, so we have to slip our markers into the recording stream somehow, and we do have

  • a stereo mic input jack, and our microphone is mono so we don't need

  • both channels for that.

  • I say, we keep the left channel for recording audio and we use the right channel to record

  • markers.

  • All we need is to make a device that takes a button input,

  • and when the button's pressed, it'll fire a blip signal into one of the channels.

  • Then we write a program to automatically interpret these blips and edit the video into some sort

  • of wonderful masterpiece.

  • Did you get all that?

  • Because I didn't.

  • But that's okay, we'll just make it up as we go.

  • What are we looking for again?

  • Oh, we need something that can generate blips.

  • ATTiny85, you little piece of rat poop.

  • We need a battery.

  • This'll do.

  • Microphone, microphone?

  • Perfect.

  • And we get a button.

  • And one more thing we need is an audio jack.

  • That'll do.

  • Okay!

  • So the mic is going to into the left channel of the audio port and record our audio stream

  • like a mic should.

  • And our battery is going to power the ATTiny chip which is going to fire the blips into

  • the other channel when you press the button.

  • Now, right after it fires a blip, it's important that we put the chip back into sleep mode,

  • so that it cuts the current draw down to like, 0.2 microamps, so theoretically, we won't

  • even need to change the battery for the next...

  • 100 years.

  • Don't trust me on that one.

  • I don't use calculators, because clearly, I use abacuses.

  • Ugh my sinuses are flaring up.

  • Anyway, you take your device, you plug it in,

  • and you take your other end, and you plug it into there.

  • Now, whenever I say the magic word, I will press the magic button.

  • HAHEUH.

  • Do I smell an ad break?

  • I don't smell anything.

  • Weird... whatever.

  • And record.

  • Dear officer Dickens, It was very nice meeting a dictator like yourself

  • today.

  • The dichotomy between our morals is absolutely ridiculous.

  • I was swerving outside the bike lane to prevent a certain death by steel,

  • and you thought I was dicking around.

  • Next time can you just not be such a dick about it?

  • Thank you.

  • That's all I have to say.

  • Ho... well would you look at this laddie?

  • We got our regular audio track on the left channel.

  • Then we got our blips on the right channel, wherever the button was pressed.

  • Now we just write a script to automatically detect these blips and place a marker at each

  • of these points.

  • Yeah, I think that's a good place to start.

  • HAHA!

  • Well I agree, it's no wonderful masterpiece yet but we're getting there.

  • You have to be patient with me.

  • See first, we have to do something about this.

  • Because it's just so... how do you say...

  • Okay, we're starting over, this is good.

  • We need some design inspiration from others because we're very creative on this channel.

  • Why do I have a framed portrait of Steve Jobs on my window sill?

  • We'll never know, but let's just get past that.

  • You make products, I make products.

  • Well, I don't make products, yet.

  • But how would one go about...

  • What's that Steve?

  • Oh...

  • ATTiny.

  • 208 mil?

  • That's like even tinier than my ATTiny.

  • Oh... bad choice of words.

  • Let's get say uh... one...

  • hundred.

  • Battery holder.

  • 100!

  • Buttons.

  • 300!

  • Capacitors.

  • 500! Mics.

  • Audio jacks.

  • Resistors.

  • Checkout!

  • Slight problem.

  • We just ordered a whole bunch of solder mount parts, and they're incredibly small.

  • Which means, we can't be using these protoboards anymore.

  • I really don't want to have to go design my own board, if I don't have to.

  • Ahhh... think think think Evan.

  • We're designing a board!

  • Yay!

  • I'm really hoping that I didn't make a mistake on these boards.

  • I should really double check before I send these in.

  • Nah.

  • I'm Evan frickin Kale!

  • What can go wrong?

  • 3 days?

  • I can't wait that long.

  • And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how you botch one hundred circuit boards.

  • Bad Evan.

  • Bad Evan.

  • The blueprint I read off of for the audio jack said top view, but oh, it was not the

  • top view.

  • So now all the pads on the remote jack are all flipped.

  • Sigh...

  • I guess I could just patch it manually?

  • Why does my life have to suck so much?

  • That should do it.

  • Okay.

  • This...

  • This is the ATTiny chip we were using before.

  • And THIS...

  • This is the ATTiny chip we're using now.

  • Upgrading programmer.

  • Ejecting.

  • Upgrade complete.

  • And that, is 100.

  • Populate the rest of them... all 100 of the rest of them.

  • It can't be that bad.

  • One hundred.

  • EY!

  • What you looking at punk?

  • You can't touch me, foo!

  • I'm so fast, I'mma knock yo teeth out before you can find welfare assistance in Canada.

  • I know karate man.

  • Brazilian jujitsu.

  • Roundhouse five-forty!

  • Sonic boom!

  • Ei... ei... where you going?!

  • You put that back!

  • Alright.

  • I present you the Blipper!

  • HAHA!

  • On the top we have three buttons, for a wide selection of different points of interest,

  • like you might have this one for something you find mildly interesting,

  • or, you can have this one for something you find somewhat interesting.

  • Save the last one for something you find strangely arousing, or whatever you want!

  • DROPTEST!

  • This is a trigger indicator.

  • Click.

  • Click.

  • Click.

  • On the back, we have a 2.5 jack for a remote switch or a trigger or pedal.

  • And over here on the side we have a 3.5 jack that connects to the camera mic like so.

  • And on the bottom, we have a hotshoe mount that slides onto the camera's hotshoe, like

  • so.

  • There we go.

  • Now...

  • Why did I put the buttons there again?

  • We need a remote.

  • Just need a three button controller like...

  • Nope.

  • That looks way too much like a d...

  • We're gonna go with this.

  • Should I give up or should I keep on chasing pavement?

  • Ei...

  • Ei, ei, ei you!

  • Nice.

  • And record.

  • They're eating children!

  • Doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo.

  • Nice boots.

  • Bomb bomb bomb bomb bomb bomb bomb.

  • Cats.

  • I'm Mr.Meseeks, look at me!

  • Ghee ghee ghee ghee ghee.

  • HAAAAAAA!

  • That was a really long detour, and I don't really know if it was necessary or not.

  • Now the secret to making everything work is the program.

  • The program is the thing that's going to interpret all these blips and put everything into some

  • wonderful masterpiece.

  • You know, we really should've thought this through before we made 100 pieces.

  • And recorded some really oddly disturbing footage.

  • But thank god, I picked up a few things from Silicon Valley.

  • Ctrl C. Ctrl... *hic*

  • Ctrl...

  • *BLARARARAR* That's okay, there's probably enough code

  • in there anyway.

  • I think I'm gonna name her...

  • What wizardry is this?!

  • So you're saying that I now own a device to effortlessly create shimmery youtube videos?

  • Anybody with a device like this can blow up Yewtoobs with a click of a button!

  • Think of the repercussions.

  • This could be the end of all Youtubes.

  • You're right I gotta do the right thing.

  • Did you really think I was going to keep a hundred of them here, in my igloo?

  • This was the plan all along.

  • To blow up Yewtoobs.

  • I used you Steve.

  • Say what?

  • Oh hullo, I didn't realize you were still watching.

  • So, Christmas is coming and you know what would make a fantastic gift?

  • Or just get one because it's made in Canada.

  • By a Chinaman.

  • That's like the closest you can get to something handmade by Santa's elves.

  • This video's getting demonetized isn't it?

  • We were doing so well.

  • But Evan!

  • My nephew is not really into camera gear, do you have anything else?

  • How about a nice, non-objective t-shirt?

  • Also, made in Canada.

  • Slash American Apparel.

  • Okay!

  • Well there's also the um... is it ready?

  • There's going to be a reincarnation of the EFF YEW SEE K...

  • Or of course, if you like what I do here, but don't really care much for my merch, I

  • understand.

  • You can also support me and my open source inventions through Patreon, and join the family

  • over there.

  • Is there anything else...

  • Earl says follow him on Instagram.

  • Don't do it.

  • He didn't follow me back.

Hey Evan, are you alive?

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