ElectroBOOM vs. ChatGPT: Hilariously Useless Video Ideas! 

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By: Mehdi Sadaghdar
0:00 Intro
0:30 Using ChatGPT AI to get video ideas and inspiration
9:38 Asking ChatGPT AI to write my video scripts

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ElectroBOOM 4 aylar önce
ok, so the video was not performing great. So I asked ChatGPT to suggest a good video title and thumbnail for it! Let's see if the new stuff makes it work better or if the AI is full of crap!
GIF&JPEG 4 aylar önce
Nagy Andras
Nagy Andras 4 aylar önce
Would be fun to see an car alternator to motor conversion , along with a suggestion for a usable motor controller.
Eduardo Walcacer
Eduardo Walcacer 4 aylar önce
I guess you could get some better responses if you were using the GPT-4 model, which is available with a subscription. But the video itself, roasting the AI, was extremely fun. Edit: I just used GPT-4 and it gave me the 6 following ideas: EMP generator, DIY vacuum tube (it would be awesome if you managed to build one), Farnsworth-Hirsch Fusor, Rube Goldberg Machine with High-Voltage Components, DIY Theremin, Homemade Radio Telescope (The Thought Emporium made one a long time ago, when he was here in Brazil with a friend).
Electrician. 4 aylar önce
LATITY-013 plssssss
RottenNarayah 4 aylar önce
@Eduardo Walcacer Those actually sound kind of fun
JerryRigEverything 4 aylar önce
Always crazy seeing myself randomly pop up in a video. No complaints!
Rubenssio Music
Rubenssio Music 4 aylar önce
Zack, my man! What other videos have you randomly poped up in lately? :D
Someone Random
Someone Random 4 aylar önce
do you watch his videos when they upload or do you just have people who ping you on discord when you're mentioned in other channels?
Electroid 4 aylar önce
Waterdust 4 aylar önce
Good guy Jerry, are we going to do a tear down of an entire tesla yet? one with a fully working drives itself system 🧐 you could get in on it with Medhi an Project Farm to run the testing an provide wacky assistance all at one time while providing valuable feedback.
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anime pfp 4 aylar önce
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MrMaselko 4 aylar önce
A video where Mehdi asks ChatGPT for help with making cicruits and analyzes the answers would be nice. ChatGPT can actually use text to draw the circuits. Also it remembers the history of the conversation, so it's possible to point out mistakes to it or ask it to elaborate on certain parts.
Mario Luigi
Mario Luigi 3 aylar önce
How boring. Why doesn't he make a windmill or waterwheel or whatever else to make his own electricity so that he doesn't need to buy any anymore EVER AGAIN
ComputerGuy 3 aylar önce
Aditya Borde
Aditya Borde 3 aylar önce
I have tried it can't draw circuits I also have instructed it to use text and symbols to draw circuits but it wasn't looking like a circuit diagram from anywhere
greg77389 3 aylar önce
Why would you trust a circuit drawn by ChatGPT? It can't even draw a circle correctly 🤣
MrMaselko 3 aylar önce
@greg77389 It's easier to analyse a provided circuit and decide if it will work how I need it to than to draw it up from scratch
DashCamAndy 4 aylar önce
ChatGPT nailed the reasons why we watch your videos. One of the things that make your videos exceptional is the personality you bring to your content! Nobody else could trip circuit breakers and ground-fault interrupters at foreign hotels like you do. Nobody else could set their @$$ on fire with a DIY heated chair like you do.
Aji 4 aylar önce
Wow, another electrifying and educational video, Mehdi! Your unique blend of humor and in-depth explanations never fails to entertain and educate. I love how you demystify complex concepts and make them accessible to everyone. Keep up the great work, and I can't wait to see what shocking experiments or funny mishaps await in your future videos! ⚡💥 done by ai👆
cvabds 10 gün önce
YDKY 4 aylar önce
We're not here for the content, we're here for how it's presented. You're famous because of your character, it's not what you do, it's how you do it! 💖
Ritwik Sethi
Ritwik Sethi 4 aylar önce
I just saw 16 mins of AI roasting mehdi for not having hair and I loved it lmfao. Mehdi never fails to amuse.
Deconverted Man
Deconverted Man 4 aylar önce
everything was fine until the SPARKY NATION ATTACKED!!!
NudeTubeDope 4 aylar önce
neither does the ai fail to amuse ;)
Unnt 4 aylar önce
plot-twist: AI suggested him to make a video about AI
HOOOLD ON ! 4 aylar önce
@Unnt I cant help it. AI is rather scary to me
Haros 4 aylar önce
It didn't roast him, it doesn't know what the f it says
Glitch 4 aylar önce
The AI really emphasises on electrical safety, lab coat, a ton of hair, sometimes makes me think if it's evil mehdi running it from behind
Sakuro Jason
Sakuro Jason 4 aylar önce
Oh my god this video is a masterpiece! I had to laugh so hard 🤣 Thanks Mehdi and keep it up ❤️‍🔥
Pyeco 4 aylar önce
Firstly, I have to say this is a great video as always! The following wall of text is not meant to be negative, just some things I think could improve results (With an emphasis on “think” and “could”): I think it would have worked better if you started new conversations every so often. ChatGPT sees the history of the chat and tries to predict responses based on your new question plus older messages. This probably caused it to be so repetitive and take on the “weird” tones. If one of the responses has a certain tone and a new response continues in the same tone, this causes a snow ball effect to start. Maybe you opened more conversations and my observations are wrong. If you did split conversation up more, then that's good! Another thing that could still have a chance of improving results is to be more specific in your questions, giving more details and maybe examples. It could also be possible that speaking as ElectroBoom in your questions helps with response quality. As asking about a complex topic as an audience member would probably get a more simplified and less detailed response. Whereas, if you were an expert in the topic's field, responses can afford to be more complex. Another important factor is the data that ChatGPT got its TRvid related knowledge from. If you go looking around for advice about social media content creation online, you find a lot of articles with similar tips and advice. A lot of those articles are also written in ways that scream “quantity over quality”. This of course is all speculation. I'm an AI enthusiast, far from an AI expert, so take all of it with a grain of salt.
Nobody 4 aylar önce
The big letdown when AI told Mehdi we're not his friends, if I happened to get the opportunity, I would have a beer with Mehdi, provided I don't get electrocuted somehow 😂
zSpace Captain
zSpace Captain 3 aylar önce
I really enjoyed your latest video! It was hilarious to see you and ChatGPT come up with some of the most useless video ideas imaginable. I especially liked the idea of making a "self-destructing remote control" and the "DIY electric chair." I think your video is a great example of how humor can be used to teach people about science and engineering. You make complex topics easy to understand and you always make me laugh. Keep up the great work! Thanks for making such entertaining and educational videos! ... Generated by AI
Pyro Cat
Pyro Cat 4 aylar önce
Here's some ideas from the top of my head: 1. Build a vaccum tube (old school transistor) 2. Build a 3 ring LED sphere (similar to lantern you did) 3. Find random electronics that emit noise and rig it to play songs. 4. Build a rail gun (I guess you did it before?) 5. Build a peltier junction from scratch 6. Build long range wireless energy transmission circuit (like your magic wand, but safer and more directed) 7. Build a discharge tube or electron gun
SAHM 4 aylar önce
Can the energy transmission circuit be in a phase array to direct its beam?
VelimirSilba 4 aylar önce
he did build a rail gun, but it only had 1 segment abot 20cm so it wasnt really a full railgun
Maxwe11Z 4 aylar önce
Particle gun sounds interesting!
King of Monsters
King of Monsters 4 aylar önce
make self shocking alarm wrist watch
[redacted] 4 aylar önce
diy plasma globe
Anon ymous
Anon ymous 2 aylar önce
So far, the only use I've found for ChatGPT is when I'm completely lost debugging software and I want it to bullet-point a few suggestions. Typically, one of its suggestions is on the right track (but contains many inaccuracies) As far as creativity goes, it can write an amusing limerick.
PianoMastR64 3 aylar önce
This was hilarious and enlightening at the same time. Good job, ElectroBOOM. I'd watch a video on any of these ideas, even the most absurd ones. Keep them coming! Medhi and ChatGPT dynamic is as electric as his experiments! This AI has a sense of humor, though I doubt it knows it 😂 I find ElectroBOOM's frustration with the AI's suggestions relatable and funny. I hope he does more of these AI interaction videos. I'd actually love to see a video about that DIY wearable tech adventure. It could be hilarious and educational. It seems ChatGPT had at least one decent idea after all! ChatGPT's suggestions are absurd and yet kind of intriguing. As much as I want to see the arc reactor, I think Medhi should definitely try out the 'ElectroBoom's shocking hair-raising experiments'. I disagree with ChatGPT, ElectroBoom viewers ARE real-life friends, and we can prove it in the comments! 😂 ChatGPT seems to understand ElectroBOOM's style fairly well. It’s the first time I’ve seen an AI generate this level of coherent (yet hilarious) content. I don't know which was funnier, ElectroBOOM trying to ask for video ideas or ChatGPT providing ideas that he has already done or find ridiculous. This was an epic collaboration!
blazerorb 4 aylar önce
Could he try out induction welding, induction melting, or those glass/pottery kilns that you put in the microwave? If he hasn’t done similar stuff already of course. I haven’t seen every video. Main idea is that some high temp induction magic with explanation would be cool.
Mariano Bonora
Mariano Bonora 3 aylar önce
ChatGPT is great for brainstorming, but it doesn't mean it would necessarily come out with good ideas. This also applies for most (human) brainstorming sessions
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Cley Faye
Cley Faye 4 aylar önce
If april's fools was around the corner you could do a video in a normal-looking lab, wearing actual safety equipment and where nothing goes wrong.
J A 4 aylar önce
Needs hair too.
Ranid007 4 aylar önce
Get fake hair and do some mechanical engineering. Lol
Alkatross 4 aylar önce
15 minutes of safely charging and discharging massive capacitors.
HeroNekko The Animer
HeroNekko The Animer 4 aylar önce
That wouldnt be fun, would be unsettling, like something is very wrong and I am in severe danger.
Thomas Slone
Thomas Slone 4 aylar önce
I want a coil gun that shoots charged caps
Rory 2 aylar önce
Wow, what an electrifying showdown between ElectroBOOM and ChatGPT! This video truly combines the best of two worlds: the explosive energy of ElectroBOOM's experiments and the remarkable intelligence of ChatGPT. Watching this collision of science and artificial intelligence is like witnessing a power surge of knowledge and entertainment. From the hilarious mishaps to the mind-boggling explanations, it's a rollercoaster ride of humor and education. Kudos to ElectroBOOM for his electrifying personality and to ChatGPT for its ability to keep up with the sparks flying around. This collaboration sparks curiosity and reminds us of the wonders that can happen when science and technology come together. Keep the circuit of knowledge flowing!
AlwaysGrounded 4 aylar önce
Always fun to watch Mehdi. You don't have writer's block - this was as good as all your other content.
vivek k. yadav
vivek k. yadav 4 gün önce
You doing the ai scripts were so funny 🤣🤣. You made the most entertaining stuff. Thanks for it. You made my day really enjoyable
Mike_drop 4 gün önce
Yeah ChatGPT is right on that one. I'll watch your content mainly because of your persona and the crazy yet spectacular safety issues. Gives me the ability to see the result of screwing around, without putting myself to danger. Well, I'd not do that anyway. After all my voltage here in Germany is twice as high as yours in NA 😅. That being said, stay safe and in the love of the holy spaghetti-monster, stop touching live wires you damn masochist 😂❤️
Crims0nR0se 3 aylar önce
It actually would be very neat if Mehdi would try actual circuit bending. It's much fun! Done some noisedolls myself.
tannerdudeman 4 aylar önce
As an Electroboom viewer, I expect FULL BRIDGE RECTIFIERS.
MartII89NL 4 aylar önce
How to use FULL BRIDGE RECTIFIERS to spice up your life!
shubus 4 aylar önce
He'll cross that bridge when he comes to it!
docnele 4 aylar önce
@MartII89NL The problem is Chat GPT has never seen any of the episodes to know about FULL BRIDGE RECTIFIER! It actually does not know anything, except to put words from various sources together so its conversation /appears/ to make sense... and suggests Electroboom! to electrify his... hair.
Samuel Marques
Samuel Marques 4 aylar önce
A video where he makes the fulliest full bridge rectifier
Okurka 4 aylar önce
As an EE I expect Full Wave Bridge Rectifiers.
MrMaselko 4 aylar önce
I recently got an Arduino and a bunch of random electrical thingies. I needed it for some oddly specific purposes and it was my first time actually making electrical circuits or using an arduino. ChatGPT(GPT3) not only helped immeasurably with the Arduino-specific quirks in the code, but actually used text to draw circuits and then explained the details despite there not being any clear google results on the topic. What's best, turns out it was mostly right!
Kneifel Imre
Kneifel Imre 4 aylar önce
Hi Mehdi! How about making a chain of circuits including: - signal generator (sin, triangle, square wave, etc..) - RLC filters (low pass, hi pass, etc..) with some adjustable capacitors and resistors - maybe an amplifier at the end. You could hook those beautiful oscilloscopes up in between the circuits, and tweak with the generator, filters, and amp to show how it changes the signal output at each phase. Also, you could teach us what to check / how to setup on the scopes. Or even attach a speaker to the end, and we could also not just see but hear the results while you're explaining. Cheers!
Max Millian
Max Millian 4 aylar önce
Idea: do something with speakers/transducers. Try to make them "better" or "different" (everyone's tried this over the past many decades) but it may be fun to see your take. Or try to make a huuuuugia speaker like "Back to the Future", or make a large 2D speaker array to mimic a huge speaker but with smaller speakers. It's got power, science, education, and could be fun to see your creative genius applied to acoustic "motors".
Covodex 4 aylar önce
If you hit an idea slump, why not just revisit one of your previous builds to improve on it? For example, there's several different methods to build tesla coil drivers; you could build one with a rotary spark gap (I'm currently building exactly that, at this moment I'm designing the rotary spark gap in CAD to 3D print most of it as possible :>) or a vacuum tube (particularly interesting because you need to figure out a circuit to properly drive the tube); or you just improve your old one with a more powerful driver and make a bigger one.
RAGZZY TV 3 aylar önce
not sure if you would see this but I loved that review video you did about the two cooler products you got. Would love to see more videos of you giving professional opinion about consumer electronics.
Young Gandalf
Young Gandalf 4 aylar önce
Mehdi (and all his fans) can rest assured that he will never be replaced by AI.
some dude
some dude 4 aylar önce
TheJademan85 4 aylar önce
Not Another Dev
Not Another Dev 4 aylar önce
You definitely should do a video making your own components from scratch, resistor, capacitor and maybe your own filament lamp for fun 😂
Tomàs Pallejà Cabré
Hi Mehdi, thanks for your teaching and hilarious videos! It might be a too technical, but, as a video idea, it could be nice to see how a Dirac Delta manifest in a real circuit. I explain this concept in class, but I have no practical cases and I think that you easily could implement a demo circuit. Example: iLaplace(s/(s+1)) --> delta(t) -e^(-t)u(t)) ... ¿is this delta a real spark? It could helpful to clarify abstract concepts.
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The Hermit
The Hermit 24 gün önce
Thank you, Mehdi! I need to have regular doses of your hilarious videos, just to avoid death by boredom. Love your humor, electronics instructions, editing, and everything about your YT videos. I don't think most people realize the effort you put into creating your excellent content. ChatGPT has no idea how to improve upon it and should be renamed to CluelessWTF.
mtbrocket 4 aylar önce
See, it did help. 😊. I use the image AIs for my web page. They are far from perfect and need a lot of Photopea work but they let me create illustrations I would not be able to do on my own. It is just another tool. Those that are creative will find them useful while those that are not, will just abuse them.
Jeff Anderson
Jeff Anderson 4 aylar önce
It really depends on what you ask ChatGPT. Using GPT-4, and asking "What ideas has ElectroBOOMs viewers suggested in the video comments?" I got this output: --- As an AI with a knowledge cutoff in September 2021, I cannot pull real-time or post-2021 data from TRvid or any other source. However, based on the type of content ElectroBOOM produces and the typical viewer suggestions for such channels, here are some possible ideas that might have been suggested: DIY Electromagnet: Viewers might be interested in seeing Mehdi create a powerful electromagnet using simple household items. Microwave Experiments: Some viewers could suggest taking apart a microwave and explaining how it works, with safety precautions, of course. They could also ask for experiments involving microwaves, such as the effects of microwaving different materials. Building a Van de Graaff Generator: Given the electrostatic experiments Mehdi often conducts, building a DIY Van de Graaff generator could be a viewer-requested project. Explaining and Demonstrating Faraday's Law: Some viewers might request a breakdown of Faraday's Law, including its practical applications and demonstrations. Lie Detector Test: Given the electrical nature of lie detectors, some viewers might suggest Mehdi attempt to build a simple one and test it out. Lightning Protection: Viewers could suggest exploring the concept of lightning rods and how they protect buildings, possibly even constructing a small scale demonstration. Remember, the actual viewer suggestions would vary and could be much more diverse, and also depend on the trends and topics of interest at the time of the video's posting. --- Since Mehdi has already done some of these, I asked for a revision: "He's already done microwave experiments, van de graaff machines, and electromagnets. Lets pick something else. Try to find examples that can use his keysight equipment." These are the results: --- Absolutely, let's explore some ideas that could utilize Keysight equipment, particularly their oscilloscopes and power supplies, which are commonly used by ElectroBOOM. These suggestions are hypothetical, as I don't have access to actual viewer comments post-2021: Exploring Resonance with RLC Circuits: Viewers might be interested in a detailed video about resonance in RLC circuits. Mehdi could build a series and parallel RLC circuit and use the Keysight oscilloscope to show the phase difference and resonance. Understanding Fourier Transform: Fourier Transform is a fundamental concept in signal processing. Mehdi could create a video explaining this concept using the Fourier Transform feature in the Keysight Oscilloscope, showing how it works with different waveforms. PID Controller Demonstration: Mehdi could explain the concept of a PID (Proportional-Integral-Derivative) controller, a control loop mechanism. He can create a system that requires such a controller and use Keysight equipment to measure and tune it. Effects of Varying Frequency on Inductive Reactance: Mehdi could set up an experiment to show how changing the frequency of an AC power source affects the inductive reactance of a coil, using a Keysight power supply and oscilloscope. Visualizing Antenna Radiation Patterns: Using a simple RF transmitter and receiver, Mehdi could visualize the radiation pattern of different antenna types (like dipole, monopole) on the oscilloscope. Exploring Switching Power Supply: Mehdi could design a basic switching power supply circuit and show the viewer how it works more efficiently compared to linear power supplies, using Keysight power supply and oscilloscope for measurement and visual representation. Remember, the safety warnings that Mehdi often gives are very relevant. Even though his videos are entertaining, they often involve dangerous levels of electricity and should not be attempted without the appropriate knowledge and safety measures. --- I haven't seen all the videos on this channel (yet) and it sounds like Mehdi likes to pick things that interest him (makes sense, videos would be boring if he wasn't into it) so here's my question: @ElectroBOOM, find any of these suggestions interesting? :)
Joeyzoom 4 aylar önce
I didn't know what to comment so I asked ChatGPT: "Watching ElectroBOOM team up with ChatGPT for 'Hilariously Useless Video Ideas' is like watching a clumsy electrician and a mischievous AI try to outdo each other in causing chaos. Can't wait to see what kind of sparks (literal or metaphorical) will fly in this electrifying collaboration! 🔥😂"
The Engineer
The Engineer 4 aylar önce
"I ran out of ideas." That's a weird way of saying "I ran out of test subjects."
Gianpiero tecnologia
Gianpiero tecnologia 4 aylar önce
Weird way of saying "i run out of clones"
Sam_Woah 4 aylar önce
this comment is gon blow up
Nulley Zero
Nulley Zero 4 aylar önce
I ran out of ideas on the ways to shock myself
Abel Etienne
Abel Etienne 4 aylar önce
What problems do you solve?
Namrec Molai
Namrec Molai 4 aylar önce
@Sam_Woah and you may take too much likes
Michael Piotto
Michael Piotto 4 aylar önce
you should make parallel plates that you can use to send messages over air (between the plates)
DimmerKhan 4 aylar önce
Hi Mehdi sir , could you do a project on integrating both EEG & ECG in a single device.This idea is mainly to help poeple living in remote places who doesnt recieve enough medical care.If this is succesfull we can develop it further to integrate more parametrs in a single equipment.THANK YOU
Jonas Marucha
Jonas Marucha 4 aylar önce
Hello Electroboom I am watching your videos since a few years and I want to say you actually make really good content! Greetings from Germany!
Josué 4 aylar önce
even if you don't have any ideas for a video, we still appreciate seeing you in them mehdi! Seriously, there were some moments when I swore you would die for the simple fact of trying to gain public attention, but frankly, you don't have to do that anymore, and you know why? Because we like you man, it's always fun to see you in some other video that's not on your channel. It is a great pleasure for me to have grown while watching your videos; again... You don't need an amazing video idea every 2 weeks, cause even if it's just something simple, I'll watch it, because besides having fun, I learn something, and also seeing this charismatic person called mehdi lol.
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Inconel 4 aylar önce
Im in trade school for automated manufacturing and thus i have to learn alot about electronics, thus watching your videos makes me happy cuz i understand them more and more but it makes me scared of the danger you put your self in some times. keep safe and have a great day. :D
Azure Flash
Azure Flash 4 aylar önce
Circuit bending is a legit interesting idea, there's not enough of that around. You find the audio circuits in (usually) toys and add components to the circuit to tune how it makes sounds. It usually goes from slightly interesting to hilarious to nightmare fuel, especially if the toy has some speech capabilities built in.
PBeringer 4 aylar önce
Damn straight! Was so hoping he was gonna latch onto that one. But judging by some of his reactions to audio-related suggestions, I wonder if Mehdi might be a bit of an electroacoustiphobe. Hehe. But seriously, I would love to see him take on a circuit bending project. Maybe audio circuits have no appeal because they're relatively low voltage and current. He could circuit bend some old tube-driven gear, maybe ... a few 450VDC and 350VDC rails for a bit of "shock value" (sorry, I'll leave). There was the raddest circuit-bending band in Sydney for a few years about a decade ago called Toy Death. God, it was a fun show. There'd be footage of them online, I'm sure. Don't actually know of any other bands like them, but I'm sure there are, I just haven't looked very hard. You know of any?
Szilu Channel
Szilu Channel 4 aylar önce
You can also do circuit bending on old camera modules to produce interesting video effects.
tsm688 4 aylar önce
@PBeringer he did build the !@#@ circuit, the microphone, a sound canceler, and a transmitter I think? He just legit has no idea what circuit bending is. Probably if he tried it, it would catch fire. XD
PBeringer 4 aylar önce
@tsm688 Haha! 😂 I would be kinda disappointed by a lack of fire. I gotta look up the "!@#@ circuit", I don't think I've seen it. Would love to see him do more electroacoustic project (maybe just because I'm and acoustician, haha).
BatteryCoverMissing 4 aylar önce
Nah there is no one comparable to toy death. They still play but they hardly ever advertise when they play besides on their Facebook
hansliss 4 aylar önce
Great video! You could do a video about ground faults and neutral faults and the corresponding detectors, if you haven't already done so.
IMLX H Aylar önce
Dang, I woulda been SO down to watch Mehdi try circuit bending. It's generally done with very low-voltage electronics (battery-powered toys etc) but I guess you could maybe do it with a guitar amp or audio mixer? In fact I think Reed Ghazala's first circuit bending project WAS a small guitar amp...🤔
Minh Son Pham
Minh Son Pham 3 aylar önce
Reading the AI-written Electroboom's scripts is like a glance to Electroboom's videos from a different multiverses :))) P/S: Maybe the "hair" chatgpt is refering to is your armhair, not necessarily your headhair.
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Paul McCoy
Paul McCoy 3 aylar önce
You should do these as a second channel. Train the AI to write scripts and generate circuits, design circuit boards, and declare to the AI what happened when you built and powered the circuit.
Omega Kaotix
Omega Kaotix 4 aylar önce
Did you use AI for parts of your audio in this video? Some odd right/left channel kinda stuff going on with my headphones 😅 I honestly would like to see more like this! I planned on getting around to it myself because of the rut I'm in. 🖤
wbfaulk 4 aylar önce
The guitar thing is actually not a terrible idea. Exploring how a pickup works and what the other passive electronics in a guitar do could be interesting.
Taylor Child
Taylor Child 4 aylar önce
Dude you're totally right! Would love this!
Stefan Hoffmann
Stefan Hoffmann 4 aylar önce
How to make a electric guitar wich looks nothing like one but works
BeanApprentice 4 aylar önce
he already kinda made a video about an electric guitar
Rakib Hossain
Rakib Hossain 4 aylar önce
'How not to make a electric guitar ', it is most viewed video of him.
Mark DeSimone
Mark DeSimone 4 aylar önce
I 100% agree! How about a deep dive into solving problems with static and hum in audio circuits?
Kevin Eduardo Guillen Sosa
Hey medi! Im mexican student but now im in japan, I had to give a conference about electromagnetism and your videos did help me a lot to do it better and funnier, i appreciate so much your work, keep going :)
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Diego Armando Maradona
I love this format!!! Continue like this!!
Stuart Pollmann
Stuart Pollmann 3 aylar önce
Do a deeper dive into the difference between ground faults, the point of a circuit that the lowest voltage. Like a good segues into negative voltage and quick zaps. That Cuba video was great to me, but I was doing a high voltage experiment myself and feel like I got a lot of scrutiny for not "grounding" the circuit. I had it balanced w some reasonably measured tolerances. After a vague journey of looking into it; I found that I'd be bonding a piece of metal to earth so that if say a coil shorts too soon to an iron core, the breaker would be able to observe and trip. In the application, I felt no more or less safe if I kept myself floating, and the circuit floating and balanced. I somehow feel like there's a big void in understanding wrt how loosely ground is used as 'point of 0V on the circuit', what specifically is bonded to the breaker in an ac circuit (just metal chassis right?) and high Z earth, as the return to source from the home steak rod to a sub station's transmitting line also having a steak in the ground. I couldn't help but notice in my earlier days 6 off the ground in these videos; again, the difference between capacitive coupling and directly connecting a return to mains ac is an elephant in the viewer room.
Gerald Alexander
Gerald Alexander 4 aylar önce
I love imagining an Anti-Mehdi whenever the A.I. keeps talking about a guy with a labcoat, goggles, and a disheveled afro. I also imagine Anti-Mehdi having a curly villain mustache, not sure why. Could be a funny skit in a future video, but I don't know if the idea really helps any. I am hoping to see fanart of ChatGPT's depiction of ElectroBOOM on the next episode of LaTITY. Either way, we all love your personality, your ideas, and your perseverance. Don't try to rush to put together a video, take your time and let things come to you naturally. I personally loved this video, and I'm happy to see more like it if the next big idea takes a little while to come to you. Also, I don't know if the name change or thumbnail image change made a difference overall, but seeing the changed name and icon in my notification box is what prompted me to open the video, almost like a reminder that I still needed to see the cool new ElctroBOOM video.
David van Zyl
David van Zyl 4 aylar önce
Just watched a video on Answers with Joe. AI is just a tool. A very versatile tool but still just a tool. Where it gets scary is being used as the trigger for nuclear weapon deployment.
Peter Trast
Peter Trast 4 aylar önce
Mehdi, it's about YOU! Mehdi's personality is 95% why I watch the videos. They just happen to be about electronics which I can find 100's of other great channels for. I would watch Mehdi do ANY kind of video.
Nuwan T Attygalle
Nuwan T Attygalle 4 aylar önce
Hey Medhi, can you recreate the double slit experiment with electrons clearly showing the wave function collapsing?
3-EX-0 4 aylar önce
I know you did an electric motor episode. But you know you could do a video making your own electric motor video where you explain how regenerative breaks work and create your own. I am sure you can make it funny and informative at the same time!
Drake Tamer
Drake Tamer 4 aylar önce
I actually have an abandoned idea of my own that might interest you. I learned to make Tesla Coils using the Slayer Exciter circuit, but the ones I built were pretty weak. I also kept melting my transistors due to circuit overloading. While experimenting, I found that my fluorescent tubes were not very bright while held outside the coil, but if placed within the core, they glowed brightly. This gave me the idea to try making a "Light Saber". Of course, my material choices were not perfect. A thick PVC pipe made up the handle, with a secondary wound on the surface, and a primary wound right over that. The fluorescent tube was inserted into the end of the pipe, forming the core of the coil. I was never able to get it more than mildly bright, but it reminded me of Induction Lighting technology. So my suggestion; build some interesting lamps or other room lighting with Induction Lighting technology, perhaps making some of your unique improvements. Also, if you want to make it more interesting, make the fixture buttonless! Touch Lamps were all the rage back in the 70's-80's, and you can still purchase conversion circuits for modern lamps. Would be hilarious to see the lights turn on and off when you open the fridge, for example.
Levon 4 aylar önce
I love how Mehdi is such a nutcase, but at the same time seems like the sweetest guy lol.
ᴛʜᴀɴᴋꜱ Fᴏʀ Wᴀᴛᴄʜɪɴɢ ꜱᴇɴᴅ ᴀ ᴛᴇxᴛ!!!
Ralph Price
Ralph Price 4 aylar önce
While I am perfectly capable of blowing circuits and hurting my self it is way more fun watching you do it :D
BITRATE 4 aylar önce
That visual of "circuit bending" made me laugh way harder than I thought possible.
SuperMineMatteo 4 aylar önce
I couldn't stop laughing every time the script made the "shocking" pun
Aloke Dasgupta
Aloke Dasgupta 4 aylar önce
2:52 Just killed me🤣🤣
Isshiki Kotonashi
Isshiki Kotonashi 4 aylar önce
in some examples of circuit bending you really do bend the circuit
damnitcade 4 aylar önce
Physically bending a circuit vs. joule ringing one?
cyberslacker5150 3 aylar önce
You can build a multiple coil gun that shoots steel rods, like you did one time. But with multiple coils that turn on and off at the correct sequence. Expand on your former projects.
🔝ʟᴇᴛ'ꜱ ᴛᴀʟᴋ ᴏɴ ᴛᴇʟᴇɢʀᴀᴍ ᴡɪᴛʜ ᴛʜᴇ ᴀʙᴏᴠᴇ ᴜꜱᴇʀɴᴀᴍᴇ.
AZREDFERN 4 aylar önce
The electric drum set would be cool. A bunch of copper pads with different AC frequencies that make a different snap crackle and pop as you tap them with carbon sticks.
DJ Octavio
DJ Octavio 3 aylar önce
Ill throw an idea out there, take two tesla coils and put them close together and see if the arcs jump between them or you could remake the marx Generator for “An even bigger arc” or maybe you could build a time bomb filled with backwards polorized Capacitors. Your channel is extremely underated
M W 3 aylar önce
You could do a series where you teach us some basics? I would love to learn how to create my own circuits and pcb‘s😅😂
Big Karen Energy
Big Karen Energy 3 aylar önce
Mehdi! As much as it wasn't electronics, watching you rip this AI's suggestions and its cringe script was plenty enjoyable. Thank you!
syvulpie 4 aylar önce
9:58 - Mehdi: "I don't do safety goggles" So does that mean we get to see you in a lab coat?
Adrien 4 aylar önce
Didn't he have one in the past?
syvulpie 4 aylar önce
@Adrien I don't know, I've only just recently watched him a couple weeks or so ago lol
cumeater 4 aylar önce
@Adrien I don't think so
Филипп Лопушанский
​@Adrien electrical engineers don't usually wear labcoats lol
Adrien 4 aylar önce
@Филипп Лопушанский I know, but I think that for a moment Medhi had a "scientific" look. After quickly looking at his past videos, I couldn't find one so I guess my imagination is running wild. Also in some situations, electrical engineers do wear a labcoat as a fire protection. I know I had to wear one to get my live low-voltage certification.
КОМБИНАТ 4 aylar önce
Build a spark chamber - like cloud chamber, but with ionised gas.
John Cook
John Cook Aylar önce
Somehow I'm not impressed by what ChatGPT has come up with, but Mehdi has been entertaining as usual.
Jared Ballou
Jared Ballou 4 aylar önce
When AI can generate moments like the gesture at 10:44 without human input, then the robots will have won.
Daniel Hunnam
Daniel Hunnam 4 aylar önce
I thought no one else noticed 🤣
Dave Woods
Dave Woods Aylar önce
I love your channel I did see the episode we were fishing for ideas. I've been putting Bluetooth modules and all sorts of old electronics it's easy to do but I always like the idea of repurposing an old piece of electronics the modules are cheap and available.
Enrique Comas
Enrique Comas 2 aylar önce
I have an idea! Can you make a small wind turbine that is powered by ionic winds that can somehow power at worst an LED, but at best generate enough volts to charge a phone?
Resurgam B7
Resurgam B7 4 aylar önce
LATITY videos are always amusing if you're running out of other ideas :D Edit: It seems that ChatGPT is actually pretty good at puns, the world is doomed.
RedRyder 4 aylar önce
Yes, GPT 3.5 is... Wait for it... electrifyingly ... hair-raisingly ... shockingly ... good at puns And GPT 4 is just like: OHMegalul That's CURRENTly reVOLTing let's give em a BUZZ, make them ecSTATIC, AMP the POWER till it HERTZ to RESIST the automatic. STUNNED? Guilty as CHARGED See you later, DEFIBRILLATOR!
Murphy 4 aylar önce
Teach us about solar! From the solar cells to the storage and distribution. Would be really cool for people to learn how to make their own solar devices, possibly out of recycled electronics.
Heron Guarezi
Heron Guarezi 4 aylar önce
Something I would like to see is a 50hp DC motor control. Or a EV motor control. This big and powerful circuits go boom easily to if not done right. Something informative. With good design practices
Nano Tech
Nano Tech Aylar önce
you know the AI truly dosent know ElectroBOOM when it describes him getting shocked as "ow that one got me good"
Mayur Dahiwale
Mayur Dahiwale 4 aylar önce
We need tons more of ElectroBOOM101, there's so much to learn and understand
ᴛʜᴀɴᴋꜱ Fᴏʀ Wᴀᴛᴄʜɪɴɢ ꜱᴇɴᴅ ᴀ ᴛᴇxᴛ!!!
Conrad Constantine
Conrad Constantine 3 aylar önce
I love these videos! Chat GTP is Interesting! i am also going to try and make one of your particle detectors! maybe using a PC cooling system to circulate the coolant and some peltier switches.. who knows?? I am jsut trying to get my old valve radios to work, i have a pair of old Marconi radios i plan to make one good one out of the two! Mehdi your vids inspire me a lot, would be amazing to diagnose some of these old radios i have, These are old tech and use high voltage Valves, Perhaps you could suggest a good scope/meter to test these with.
BeanApprentice 4 aylar önce
We still need a 101 video on MOSFETS. Also, we want to see you test an electric eel!
Thaer A. Jesri
Thaer A. Jesri 4 aylar önce
Me 4 aylar önce
Great idea
AniME HANYAGABUNG 4 aylar önce
Oh this!
mastermind 4 aylar önce
memejeff 4 aylar önce
yeah but they don't get as much engagement.
Cobhalla Games
Cobhalla Games 4 aylar önce
It definitely wants you to stay firmly in the Elementary School level of experiments. Static and Hair is about the most basic thing I could think of for you to do ever
llamasaylol 4 aylar önce
If you want slightly better video suggestions you should ask Bing Chat (in Creative mode) the following prompts (in order): "Tell me about the TRvid channel ElectroBOOM."; "List some of ElectroBOOM's video titles. (As many as possible)"; "Get me the transcript of one of ElectroBOOM's video." (Repeating this prompt may help, but may also hinder); optionally you can try "What are some key elements / focuses to an ElectroBOOM video (that make him unique to other TRvid videos)?" (But I didn't find it helped); then "Using everything you have told me, generate me some new ElectroBOOM video ideas (give 3 sentences per idea)." (Repeat until you get a good idea); finally "Can you write me a script for the XYZ idea, in the style of an ElectroBOOM video." Or maybe AutoGPT with GPT-4 (pay for ChatGPT pro) may work better.
Joshua Poston
Joshua Poston 2 aylar önce
Hey I was wondering if you could make an electric fly swatter. I got the idea when I was trying to kill a bunch of fruit flies and the store-bought ones have too big of hole spacing to be effective. I was also wondering if the voltage could be increased to overcome the issue for smaller insects.
Ryan Lin
Ryan Lin 4 aylar önce
You should build a Farnsworth-Hirsch fusor and then test the neutron flux with deuterium and tritium gas to see if it works!
Otoma 4 aylar önce
I love how Mehdi pretends that he didn't prank shocked Linus multiple times.
Rein 4 aylar önce
I love that when asked for a creative idea, the first thing chatGPT comes up with is the most unispired thing ever
bromiso valum
bromiso valum 4 aylar önce
Hollywood will love chatGPT, that's for sure
Conor Stewart
Conor Stewart 4 aylar önce
@bromiso valum Maybe they've been using it for their scripts for years.
Paul Bone
Paul Bone 4 aylar önce
You could continue the ElectroBOOM 101 series. I was trying to learn the difference between BJT and FET transistors and your 101 series stopped right after BJT.
Weißenschenkel 4 aylar önce
ChatGPT sucks and it's a fact. I come here and watch because your videos are fun, especially the trips. That trip to Cuba was awesome! I like also the practical jokes you eventually make with ElectroCute and ElectroLady. Cheers!
Clr-Clr 4 aylar önce
Bro i will always watch a video from this channel it will change any mood into a good one
G 4 aylar önce
ChatGPT was indeed right that we like his hair raising and electrifying persona
Filippo Cenzato
Filippo Cenzato 4 aylar önce
Hi Mehdi!!! As always, excellent video!!! It's always funny to see HOW MUCH ChatGPT is dumb!!! Anyways... I don't think you may need it, but I have a couple of ideas for some videos I would happy to watch!!! 1) Science behind circuit diagrams: I would like to begin soldering but I still didn't find a nice video about it so I thought... You made some videos about diagrams and components, but what if you made a tutorial with an actual soldering station to teach how you make circuitries? 2) A video in which you try to build IRL the CoD Tesla Gun, so when you push the trigger it just blast out a huge shockwave that can potentially kill... Uhh... 3) A video about holograms! In which you try to debunk/ explain how holograms actually work and potentially how you could build one, I suppose? Well... What if yoy could make a cosplay out of Sith Palpatine for a couple of sketches in which you complain about George Lucas' holograms being fake AF? Hope it was helpful... Thank you for your AWESOME content / explanations about electronics, Mehdi! I always find them REALLY interesting and well made (that's why I hope you one day will make a soldering tutorial)! Bye!!
Franko Walker
Franko Walker 4 aylar önce
That was hilarious, Mehdi. I loved every minute of it. ❤
LUMIFAZA 4 aylar önce
I would love to see DIY home automation system made by you. For example it could have security alarm siren connected with the capacitor alarm clock.
Clayton Davis
Clayton Davis 3 aylar önce
You should make more videos about teaching electronics and troubleshooting circuits
thanks mehdi, I have not had a good chuckle for a while. This is some new stuff.... laughable even without shocking mehdi
iraqi 4 aylar önce
It doesn't matter if you have no ideas we still want to watch you doing anything 😂 Also why don't you make a video about PLCs, VFDs , classic control , microcontrollers , drones , image processing , Ai robots , Micro mouse
Premium Member
Premium Member 4 aylar önce
Mehdi engineers a way to safely shock himself with REAL lightning.
Marcus Vinícius
Marcus Vinícius 4 aylar önce
The reason I watch the Electroboom is because Mehdi is the one presenting the videos. I enjoy the learning and other things, but I mostly enjoy seeing Mehdi.
nem tudom
nem tudom 4 aylar önce
This video is basically the Linux version of 'saying how to solve a problem the incorrect way so people correct you, and tell you how to do it properly' way of figuring things out, with Mehdi making this video to gather our ideas without directly asking for them, lol
Carl Bennett
Carl Bennett 4 aylar önce
Thanks Mehdi for being your authentic self every time. - Your friend.
Albtraum 4 aylar önce
Wouldn't it be weird if the AI proposed to make a video about ElectroBOOM asking an AI to help him make a video. So meta.
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