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25min video exploring How Smartphone Processors Work


Teddy T. writes:

Here's a video on how the System on a Chip in your smartphone works. It's essentially the brain of your smartphone and runs everything from the operating system to the image processor to the video decoder.

I've made a series of 'How Technology Works' videos, but this is by far my longest one yet. In total it came out to 25min or 35,000 frames. It took about 2 months from start to finish, and in the end I kind of liked the medium length educational video format [I would deem long to be >40min] It allowed me to cut fewer elements of the script, and build a more complete lesson. Tho as I'm posting this the YouTube average view duration is ~30% / 8min.4


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Teddy Tablante

I am an engineer that wants to get others excited about engineering as well. I worked 8 years as an electrical and mechanical engineer on subsystems in machines that make microchips, specifically on Ion Implanters. I want to inspire others to get into engineering, so I decided to learn Blender. Eventually, I left my engineering job so I could make high-quality educational engineering videos for YouTube. My hobbies are: cooking, inner tube water polo, frisbee, and lindy hop dancing.


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