Mark B. Rober is an American YouTuber, engineer, and inventor. He is known for his YouTube videos on popular science and do-it-yourself gadgets. Before YouTube, Rober was an engineer with NASA for 9 years where he spent seven of those years working on the Curiosity rover at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He later worked for four years at Apple Inc. as a product designer in their Special Projects Group, where he authored patents involving virtual reality in self-driving cars.
|Born||1980 or 1981(age 40–41)|
|Alma mater||Brigham Young University, University of Southern California|
|Occupation||Engineer, inventor, YouTube personality|
|Known for||Social media videos, Digital dudz, Mars Rover|
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|Youtube||Mark Rober's Youtube|
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Former mechanical engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory for nine years where he worked on the Curiosity Rover. He gained additional fame online with YouTube videos such as "SKIN A WATERMELON party trick," a video which accumulated close to 40 million views in just three months.
He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Brigham Young University in 2004. He later attended the University of Southern California to earn his Master's in Mechanical Engineering.
His first viral YouTube video was his "iPad2 Halloween Costume- Gaping hole in torso" video. The video led him to founding a Halloween costume company called Digital Dudz, which he then sold to a British company that makes Morphsuits.
His wife recommended he put his iPad torso Halloween costume on YouTube. He has a son.
He and fellow YouTuber Lindsay Ellis both received master's degrees from the University of Southern California.
- Online edutainment
- Charity fundraisers (people)
- Apple Inc. employees
- Science communicators
- American mechanical engineers
- NASA people
Latest information about Mark Rober updated on June 14 2021.