字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - Wait, did you surprise us with mystery tech? Is it already hidden somewhere? - Oh, what is this? Austin? What could this be? Austin Evans, this is the right thing, right? - You did not! I know exactly what this... (ecstatic gasp) Ken! - [Jake] Aw, you even got a letter from Susan. (excited Laughter) Also, could I give a shout-out to Clark, who inspected the package with great care. (laughter) Thank you Clark. - Okay, I'ma tell a story. I'ma tell a brief little story about why this is on mystery tech. So, I hit a million subscribers... four years ago? Something like that. It's been quite a while but I never got the option to claim my play button. And so, I didn't wanna be that weird person who's like, "Hey gimme shiny trophy". So I never asked for it, and never got one. But Ken has been determined, he's been single-handedly on-board with getting a gold play button. And now we have it. I'm glad you're here to share in this moment. - I'm very excited for you. I can't believe you hit a million subscribers. That's so big! Actually you know what, that's bigger than Las Vegas, that's bigger than Venice, it's bigger than - [Both] Vancouver! (laughter) - Also this Mystery Tech is a little different 'cause my buddy Jake Roper's here. - Hi! - I wasn't ready for the thing. - I'm Jake Roper, you might remember from such things as Vsauce3, your dreams, and also your future step-father. Good to see ya. - Alright, thanks Ken for finally making me get the play button. - Hey, thanks Ken. (clapping) thanks, hey, thanks, Ken. Hey, thanks Ken. That's so cool, you should just have a projector set up, like showing it constantly going. - That's what we did for the Intel thing. Oh, what? Are we supposed to get underneath the blanket together? - Do you want me under the blanket, Ken? I'll get under the blanket. - What's going on? I'm very confused - Oh cool, hey, what's up? I feel like we're in Harry Potter. - [Austin] Audio is so much better. Oh yeah it's the invisibility cloak. Ken, why is it so awkward? - [Jake] How long are we gonna be under here, Ken? - [Austin] Yeah can we please leave yet? It's really warm underneath here. - [Jake] It is really warm. - [Austin] This is such an elaborate episode of Mystery Tech. - [Jake] I'm gonna get out of here, and there's gonna be lipstick all over my collar, gonna be so weird. Don't look at the ground, Austin! - [Austin] I wanna know what's going on. - [Jake] Look at my eyes, (both laugh) stay focused on my eyes. Can we get out? - [Austin] Ready? - [Jake] Okay, here we go. (laughing) - Why? - What's it look like? - Wait. Oh, Wait a minute, Wait a minute, hold on. This is the deepest of deep cuts. So, back in 2012 I did a video with Samsung on the Galaxy camera. I had a way too large white shirt, which is where this comes in. I would blend-in with the background. It's an amazing video. Did you really need to get an entire, like, mannequin for this? Also, why is he so tall? I feel so short now. - [Jake] What are you doing to him? It'll flag for review. - [Austin] Hey guys, this is Austin. And today I'm doing a video on the Galaxy camera. Oh boy! - You know what's kinda funny, is that he has more movement than you usually do. (both laughing) JK! - Oh sweet is it a pizza? - Oh that's - Nice! I'm glad that you kept the tag on it so you can return this later. (slow jazz) - Whoa. Wow. Okay. We got a little wardrobe malfunction. - Definitely demonetized. Come one, I thought you go to the gym. - Yeah, but he's falling apart. Like, I don't even know where - [Jake] Oh no! Here, don't worry I gotcha. - [Austin] Ready? Okay, up. - [Jake] Where does it go in? - [Austin] I dunno just stick it in there. Just stick it in. - [Jake] I need to find the hole. - [Austin] It's fine, it's fine. - [Jake] It's not fine, there needs to be a hole, Austin. - [Austin] It's okay just try harder. - [Jake] Okay, hold on. Where's his hole? - [Austin] That's the wrong one. - [Jake] That's your hole. (both scream) - No! (both laugh) - [Jake] Where's his hole? Does anyone know where this goes? Want me to just grab it right there? - [Austin] There we go, there we go. - Ah, perfect. - [Austin] That's much better. - [Jake] Okay, let me just... Are you doing the... That's okay. - Why is he such a giant. There we go. At least the figure's accurate. Ya know, this is exactly what I look like. Don't worry about it, it's fine. - Yeah, that's about accurate. Okay I think I'm in it. SD card inserted. Yes, let's take a nice pic. - Alright let's do it. Wow, that's an old-school shutter sound. - [Jake] Oh Yeah. - [Austin] It's totally upside-down, but besides that it's perfect. - [Jake] You can flip it in post, Josh. - So what made the Galaxy camera kinda special, was that it is a basically full point and shoot that happens to run android. This would actually be kinda cool if they made, like a modern day version of this. (camera beeps and shutters) - Yeah, but no. - How's it look though? (laughter) - [Jake] Looks great! I don't see the point really, I'm gonna take this, I am sorry. It's very warm, the pizza is super insulating. Here we go. - [Austin] Okay now, Imagine an RX-100 that ran android, right? It was slightly bigger, that had like more of the phone functionality built-in. That could be kinda cool. - Riddle me this, Austin. - Go for it. - Why would one need as camera that has a phone operating system but not the phone part of it. - Anyway so I go the camera -- (high pitch noise) What's this? - Ooh, where's the knife? - Oh great, cool. - I'm gonna just open in toward you. - [Austin] Okay, I will step back here. - Oh it's already open. Ken, why do you take everything from me? You're the worst step-son I ever had, Ken. - [Austin] Oh no. - [Jake] Looks like some sort of bicycle thing. Oh look at that. So its for if you're sittin' down and you can peddle on your bicycle. - [Austin] The power box. So, the idea is that this is just like a standing bicycle but it uses a chair. Wait, what? Oh, this is very confusing. - [Jake] Two arrows Hold on, wait. - Does it charge your phone!? - Generator mode, that's what it is. Okay, okay, okay, let's do this. Open the base so unclip and remove the leg pin. So what's the leg pin? I should just take off my glasses and put the real ones on. This is very difficult to see. So the idea is, as you're paddling you can power something off of the full outlet. Even though, I guess it depends, it says 20 watts for ten minutes max or 14 watts continuous. So, I guess it will overheat if you try to peddle to long. - Guess we're gonna have to find out, let's see an explosion! - [Austin] Also why do they say you have to lubricate with dish washing soap. They say that multiple times, like multiple thing need to be dish-washed. This doesn't wanna... - Just lubricate it. If you lubricate it it will go in much more seamlessly. - I see why they ask for lubrication now. - I mean, I think this is good enough. - Okay, well I -- - Let's attach some pedals - We need get the feet on though, 'cause otherwise it's gonna like -- - It's fine - Okay - We got this. - Alright are we ready? Okay (everyone laughing) - Okay maybe wee need to get this foot on. - Lets get the foot on. Let's get the foot on. - Okay. Just a little bit of dish soap, so. - [Austin] It's good. - [Jake] Okay, we need to lubricate this. Hold on. Okay, come on. Let me try just. Ooh yeah! - Did it work? - Thank you dish soap! - Never heard lube saves the day. - Okay we're at 76%! Come on. Use those thighs. - Alright, are we charging? - We're chargin'! - How long do I have to do this? - Until I get to 100. - Okay.