Minds Eye Design
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  • Valentin Virban
    Valentin Virban 22 minutes ago

    What about GHE-O Rescue? It is EMP proof and not that expensive.

  • Larry
    Larry 22 minutes ago

    " ... pricing starts out at around 0ne million dallars"

  • Ade Isaac
    Ade Isaac 59 minutes ago

    Would I consider buy any of these vehicles? Heck Yeahhhhhhhhhhhh

  • Charlie Bowman
    Charlie Bowman Hour ago

    It is stunning to watch that message " I was once like you" terrible situation. I guess that this video is rather educational and gives us the opportunity to appreciate what we have, but also what we can lose in an instant. Let's be more conscious about those who have lost their home, or simply, those less fortunate than us. Let's help homeless people to have a better life and opportunities, after all, once they were like us.

  • Sammy V8
    Sammy V8 Hour ago

    Love the batcar

  • River Vessel
    River Vessel Hour ago

    Well I love the small sailboats and especially that boat on number 2. I like the others as well but to be honest I think I could build an amazing one myself for far less money. Although I love the designs here. But I could design something very similar.

  • Adil Al khalid
    Adil Al khalid Hour ago

    I loved the rollable concrete 😇👌

  • Christ - 𝒈𝒓𝒆𝒂𝒕 Lord & Love Cookston, P

    Are the Looker 320s available/still in business? -- I emailed them and got no response

  • Seisman 75
    Seisman 75 2 hours ago

    Need more horse for the Mercedes Monster X. 258 is just not good enough for the price they want people to pay. The Toyota Sienna mini van has more horse. LOL

  • Schriebe Schriebs
    Schriebe Schriebs 2 hours ago

    You will get wet in a storm living in the last shelter shown.

  • DJ Raiders
    DJ Raiders 3 hours ago

    Thanks For Sharing This Amazing Video.....

  • Jose Rivera
    Jose Rivera 4 hours ago

    I like the #10 and #1

  • DrAnonymuz
    DrAnonymuz 4 hours ago

    Jetson Safer Betson !!

  • William L.
    William L. 4 hours ago

    weather system? stabilizer system? come on...say something...anything!....about the tallest! Grade = D-

  • Errolea brown
    Errolea brown 4 hours ago

    l love you guys. lm so sad that after over 100 years there are still people homeless and the arthorities make it look like its only a group of people but its all people that dont own their own home. lts not safe living in rental you have to live the way the owner says and tiny homy things like changing the house to suit what you love in living is always in question or not allowed at all. The homeless is a lot bigger amount of people than is being put out there. To tell someone they can live in something like a shelter for a set amount of time is soul crushing because your mind cant rest you're always stressed with the question what will l do then? lts kind to let people own a place of their own, everything else is questionable!!

  • kermitefrog64
    kermitefrog64 5 hours ago

    I like the car tent. Especially with the heat in the San Joaquin Valley California.

  • Armando Boensel
    Armando Boensel 6 hours ago

    With EZ and affordable temporary housing like these it's a wonder why their are so many homeless in the world, especially here in California where their are Billions earmarked for that exact problem. Oh wait its California, never mind. I forget I live in the land of Hollywood where everyone pretends to be what they are not.... like concerned politicians.

  • NatureRecycleFlorida

    cool

  • Kenneth Vaughan
    Kenneth Vaughan 8 hours ago

    I watch a lot of these, and have a couple of recurring questions: … In the hurricane prone tropics, so many of these designs, once set up, would quickly become little more than mobile solar ovens. Mere ventilation doesn’t seem to be adequate protection from the heat. I never see any designs that include as part of the kit some provision for shade. Anyone who lives in a hot climate knows that ANYTHING just set out in the direct sunlight, is going to be very difficult to cool… And in fact, will quickly become uninhabitable. Add any degree of humidity to that equation, and it becomes much worse. I think that in light of the engineering skill and scientific sophistication of this industry, The virtual absence of any new and innovative designs that address the issue of inexpensive, transportable, yet effective methods of providing cooling, especially in situations where the availability of any type of energy to power such a thing, except for a few designs that have extremely expensive solar panels, continues to go largely unaddressed. I was particularly struck by the one that is made in Austin… I wonder if those guys have taken one of their units, and just set it up out in the parking lot, closed it up, and put a temperature sensor inside?… Maybe something was missing in the description, but I lived in Austin for 20 years, and I can guarantee you, even if it had some passive ventilation, when it gets to be 105°F during the summer, you could bake cookies inside that thing, and probably fry an egg on the exterior roof. It strikes me that ANY of these designs that don’t start with some provision for them to shade them selves… Even a lightweight canopy of some sort… is bound to fail in a hot climate. This industry should be the source of cutting edge technologies that address the cooling of a small structure. The other recurring issue has to do with these structures that are meant to float. If you put someone in an enclosure with no windows, no ability to see the horizon, no opportunity for the eyes to match what they are seeing with the motion they are experiencing, I would imagine that at least half the people the board would become incapacitated with motion sickness within minutes, as most of these designs have no provision for any kind of stabilization. That one unit that is a sphere struck me in particular… Have they found even one test volunteer who could be closed up in that thing and tossed into even moderately heavy seas that didn’t become ill almost right away? speaking for myself, as long as I can see out, I can ride in a car for hours and be fine, but if I look down to read or look at my phone, focus on something close , I will feel the nausea creeping in within seconds. As soon as I look up and re-focus on the environment passing by, it goes away. It could be as little as providing some kind of windows in these units that could help tremendously. Either no one thought of that, or they tried it and it didn’t work, or they aren’t understanding just how big of a problem this could be.

  • 85577alarm
    85577alarm 8 hours ago

    Chandni is cute

  • Giovanni Sanchez
    Giovanni Sanchez 8 hours ago

    i met the owner of the king suv

  • Applejack 118
    Applejack 118 9 hours ago

    the classic mustang

  • Yvonne Hyatt
    Yvonne Hyatt 9 hours ago

    Very nice🎈

  • Mark Christie
    Mark Christie 9 hours ago

    Some very interesting designs. Dont understand your choice of number 1 though as it appears to be more art than shelter.

  • Oscar Mata
    Oscar Mata 10 hours ago

    Hi, iknow your probably not looking for video feed back, but #9 ithink it's pronounced as, kabayo... Spanish word for horse- Caballo.

  • Applejack 118
    Applejack 118 10 hours ago

    Chevrolet Camero

  • St Myles
    St Myles 10 hours ago

    As scary as the subject matter presented. I found it rather comforting to know the companies are looking at such situations. Your presentation was rather enjoyable. Hoping to never use it, but comforting to know it exists. I have been following the results of a company by the name of Concrete Canvas Inc. But was impressed with Capsule Design. Thanks for sharing Minds Eye.

  • LINDA Scott
    LINDA Scott 11 hours ago

    I so love the small mobile one they can push it to a safe place & keep their belongings in it

  • mididoctors
    mididoctors 11 hours ago

    A lot of Turkish entries . That's the Syrian civil war for you.

  • BRYAN PAGE
    BRYAN PAGE 11 hours ago

    The #1 jet glider is from "Warriors of the Wind / Nausica of the valley of the wind" and this one is cornercutting cheaply made engineering compared to what it should be. It can easily be made lighter, faster, and to carry more weight for approximately the same size, which is smaller than what was in those anime movies. If I recall correctly from visual size comparison within the movie, it should have about a 20 ft wingspan and should be made out of better lighter materials than from home built fabric covered balsa wood.

  • Respect Bossmon
    Respect Bossmon 12 hours ago

    I've been watching your vids as they came in the Up Next column. Asides from the 2-story prototype with balcony rig that Made another video, this is my favorite yet. I'm having a hard time deciding which of the 'last' eight were my faves. Your Goldfinger reference in #6 made me laugh. I imagine the under floor shark moat is offered as an option?

  • joey jenks
    joey jenks 13 hours ago

    Hi Wow you're a Genius, I will definitely keep your ideas in mind

  • Russel Baird
    Russel Baird 13 hours ago

    The sub is a winner , so was the Segway entry , sorry you wasted time on those items that only made it to concept . The Toyota entry is something that needs more development but could be useful in today’s world .

  • Carol Hicks
    Carol Hicks 14 hours ago

    Are any of these able to withstand hurricane conditions?

  • Anita Page
    Anita Page 14 hours ago

    Victory is in sight with all of these to address/overcome so many human Disasters! Most notable: #15. #9, #8 Can they have tours to get free publicity from Austin visitors? #7 Quick /versatile functions#5"Suri" with Water collect system #4 Conrad Garrett Flat Pack Cube NO TOOLS!!! #3 "Weaving Home"Beauty & Climate adapt #2 NIDO Recover Shelter; immediate link to recovery within 5 hours!! Commendable! ##1 Plywood, small family friendly + Solar /LED upgrades to stay connected with the Grid!

  • yennev
    yennev 14 hours ago

    Some nice for today

  • Jen Que Louie
    Jen Que Louie 15 hours ago

    Having worked disaster relief, this provided food for thought and I been inspired.

  • Артём Pastor
    Артём Pastor 15 hours ago

    Супер)

  • Jane Dunning
    Jane Dunning 15 hours ago

    I see that you did not include the 2020 Airstream... I have a Airstream and really love it. The additions and improvements for 2020 are really attractive, but I am delighted with my 2011 Iterstate 3500. It is beautiful, and provides for all of my camping needs.

  • Дмитрий
    Дмитрий 15 hours ago

    Кавалон однозначно лучший.

  • Nikolay Pugev
    Nikolay Pugev 15 hours ago

    2020 year ... shity snowmobile. PARODY" The evolution of the ppl is going down , unbeliveblle . No future !!!

  • Wendy Thompson
    Wendy Thompson 16 hours ago

    #1

  • Funkmaster Blaster
    Funkmaster Blaster 16 hours ago

    Number 7 looks like Rosie the robot maid on the Jetsons..

  • Joe Hernandez
    Joe Hernandez 17 hours ago

    Road star adventure model 👍

  • MAKS Tour
    MAKS Tour 17 hours ago

    niiice would be cool to test them out in Central Asia Kyrgyzstan

  • Mengstab G.michael
    Mengstab G.michael 17 hours ago

    John 3:16 [16]For God so greatly loved and dearly prized the world that He [even] gave up His only begotten (unique) Son, so that whoever believes in (trusts in, clings to, relies on) Him shall not perish (come to destruction, be lost) but have eternal (everlasting) life.John 14:6 [6]Jesus said to him, I am the Way and the Truth and the Life; no one comes to the Father except by (through) Me.Romans 10:8-9 [8]But what does it say? The Word (God's message in Christ) is near you, on your lips and in your heart; that is, the Word (the message, the basis and object) of faith which we preach, [Deut. 30:14.] [9]Because if you acknowledge and confess with your lips that Jesus is Lord and in your heart believe (adhere to, trust in, and rely on the truth) that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.

    • Adymn Sani
      Adymn Sani 14 hours ago

      in the gospel of Matthew, Jesus is written to have told his disciples that the generation alive then would see his return...we know what a generation means so where is the Jesus? I know you mean well, but please wake up...

    • Minds Eye Design
      Minds Eye Design 16 hours ago

      Thanks for the bible class 😀

  • Joesph Best
    Joesph Best 17 hours ago

    ALL NICE, Whats the cost?

    • Real Reacher MED
      Real Reacher MED 12 hours ago

      That's why he's the Bossman. He knew my reasoning w/out me even saying anything beforehand. 👏👏👏👏

    • Minds Eye Design
      Minds Eye Design 16 hours ago

      If any are for sale it would be on the websites, all listed in the video description. We wanted the focuss of this video to be design and not the costs. We do add prices most every video we post. Just not this one.

  • Lucia C.
    Lucia C. 18 hours ago

    The dinette is stupid. When are these mini campers going to get it. You can make a table that folds up off the counter. 2 folded stow away compact seats. You don't need to sit 4 if only 2 can sleep or if you want bring 2 extra folding stools to use. But honestly these dumb mini campers are still doing the same damn thing!! Its 2020 wake up. We need maybe drop down beds or beds on hydraulic. And remember those tables that had drop down leaves ? Thats what they should be doing with the counter tops. Why are campers stuck in retro damn! I know I won't be buying from them until they go out & live 2 weeks at least in one of their builds & figure out what we really need. I told you some so go do your research!! If I'm gonna pay you then you better do the work (directed at manufacturers) EDIT: sorry I saw number 15 & flipped a little but seeing number 13 the toy hauler I'm becoming more impressed bc this is what I'm talking about the space is tiny we should be keeping the floor clear instead of putting in dinettes & stationary beds. #7 L shaped dinette isn't as bad as others

  • Umanfly
    Umanfly 18 hours ago

    10 TEARDROP AND MINI-CAMPERS for those who like to spend money ..........My # 1 is Runaway Campers

  • MaJ
    MaJ 18 hours ago

    4:25 santas elves have been caught!

  • Fabin Cheng
    Fabin Cheng 18 hours ago

    對第二名,無家可歸的緊急避難所,有興趣

  • PhoebeFay RuthLouise
    PhoebeFay RuthLouise 19 hours ago

    I’m fascinated by the Survival Capsule (#10)! I have a preoccupation with how to survive natural disasters, and this is a great idea!

  • Hermaphrodite Doro
    Hermaphrodite Doro 20 hours ago

    imagine ths tinny cars chrash against a trailer, is a sacofagos with whiles

  • Chris Calvin
    Chris Calvin 20 hours ago

    Great video

  • Paul Groth
    Paul Groth 20 hours ago

    Let's have more the homeless can take with them.

  • John Paul Lafferty
    John Paul Lafferty 20 hours ago

    Are you sure about your number one design? It’s is a bunch of CNC cut pieces of plywood? Who’s idea was this! Talk about wasted resources in manufacturing and the tremendous waste for shipping to a disaster area? I think the design looks like an amazing piece of sculptured art work but doesn’t belong in a homeless disaster shelter contest. You have put together a thoughtful array of some low cost and rapidly deployable designs in some of the creations but your number one design should top the category for how not to design a disaster shelter. Please do me one favor, calculate the amount of plywood wasted off the build, and the electricity spent on cutting the all these pieces out and all the man-hours spent on creating this Albatross of a disaster shelter and compare all these designs side-by-side and if you still feel it’s your number one I would be surprised. Also the red sphere with the hatch should be constructed out of composite material. Aluminum will puncture from debris that will strike it while its floating, and drown all seven of its occupants before they can unstrap and exit the craft. Actually it more of an escape pod that could be jettisoned off a watercraft. Not sure if it belongs in this group either, but having an emergency transmitter beacon onboard tells me the designer had other ideas about this container.

    • John Paul Lafferty
      John Paul Lafferty 15 hours ago

      Minds Eye Design I too like to focus on the positives, but if I’m explaining the cost of expenditures to donators like myself and organization would like to know that the people spending their dollars are going to provide the best solution for the least amount spent. In this video you present some really great designs and outstanding possibilities that would be able to accommodate a large amount of people for minimal investments, but the design you gave the number one spot to in my estimates could house several more people if the designer would take all the sheets of plywood and just make a simple box construction as with most of the designs put fort in your video. I sorry if you feel I am being negative but as a mechanical engineer I always look for the best solution for the least amount of cost. So if you can tell me that your number one design meets this criteria then I’ll say I am wrong? I personally think it would be a great design for your video on the unusual destination hotel accommodation. Maybe on a beach overlooking the ocean in so exotic place? I do love seeing a notification from your channel pop up. Your team puts together some great ideas and innovations so please keep up the great work.

    • Minds Eye Design
      Minds Eye Design 16 hours ago

      Good points, but it's more beneficial to focus on the shelters that are more suiting to their need. Rather than single one out and focus on all the negatives. I intended for the list to be reordered. However, the editor didn't get the memo.

  • Ray Lan
    Ray Lan 20 hours ago

    US prices made in Australia makes perfect sense, some assembly required land not included 😂

  • SADİ DİKER -GrandTÜRK

    🖒🖒🙌🍾

  • Lungele Mvulana
    Lungele Mvulana 20 hours ago

    I love the second one with composite cement and solar. Thanks guys!!

  • Manila Almost
    Manila Almost 20 hours ago

    Wow👀👀😮

  • Lynda Kimble-Williams
    Lynda Kimble-Williams 20 hours ago

    Nice designs for the homeless but will they ever be used. We have homeless who can use these designs right now. Any plans to share with the needy now?

    • Minds Eye Design
      Minds Eye Design 16 hours ago

      I don't speak for these designers or those companies. Me personally? I constinitly give to those in need.

  • Steve Fortuna
    Steve Fortuna 21 hour ago

    Seems the rest of the world is eclipsing the USA in RV technology. We must address the towable gap!

  • Cameron Stevens
    Cameron Stevens 21 hour ago

    Keep being awesome guys. These are all amazing and I hadn't seen any of them before this video. I'm getting so tired of the stress in my job, these videos have me planning my escape... or in this case, emergency escape. :-) Thank you again. You make life tolerable... and more sometimes.

  • Ahmad Ali
    Ahmad Ali 21 hour ago

    I want mosquito

  • Karen Vickers
    Karen Vickers 22 hours ago

    These homes are my dream!!!! put one on a nice quiet lake and I would be in Heaven!!!!!

  • Unclejoe420
    Unclejoe420 22 hours ago

    no MRAP?

  • zee zing
    zee zing Day ago

    Eco friendly home.. my ass , nothing but rich man toy. Good place to bring some gold digger for a good night f.....k.

  • Thanos
    Thanos Day ago

    I'm just here for the satisfying suspension.

  • bob north
    bob north Day ago

    Get a car and with the money saved use hotels.

  • AvionicsGuru
    AvionicsGuru Day ago

    No 1 was great, I want one.

  • Reaper Souls
    Reaper Souls Day ago

    Where's mr Garrison's bike from South Park I want that one. Jk

  • Angel4LightAndLove

    I am interested in n No 1. This has to be the coolest home ever and the price is perfect.

  • Stellae Incognitae

    No Geo Metro?

  • Wally A
    Wally A Day ago

    These are all great! Thanks!

  • blackf1ng3r
    blackf1ng3r Day ago

    I think you meant to say " ahead of other peoples' time " . The builders were fine - the Bucky Fullers of this world are always underappreciated .

  • Jimmie Hall
    Jimmie Hall Day ago

    You kept saying average buyer. Well the average buyer has to get a mortgage. Can you get a mortgage on any of these things. I think not.

  • Geon Park
    Geon Park Day ago

    video quality is..... really DUMB

  • Kordi Doggo
    Kordi Doggo Day ago

    I wish the best capsule had a door.

  • Lynn Durbin
    Lynn Durbin Day ago

    Nothing is practical, the cost of these dwellings or location of companies are out of reach.

  • Kevin Beck
    Kevin Beck Day ago

    What happens when your batteries go dead and there's no sun

  • Stats Redner
    Stats Redner Day ago

    It's kinda cool to see something that will keep you out of danger zones like bad storms floods ect . Something that I would build first I would build all the walls steal add some under armor plates to keep stuff from getting broken or keep fire from burning the underside. Then I would put sun roof sealing on it I like to watch the moon stars and sunsets and I would build in a emergency exits on my future home on wheels lol . I would put some military tiers on it I would build a wall that opens up to the spot where you sit down to eat lol

  • Jamilla Ashley

    So a massive house with a 4-car garage is "sustainable" because it uses solar panels and some other green features?..... why would any family need that many cars? that's still unsustainable consumption

  • Light Ray
    Light Ray Day ago

    Дома для бедных ? Идите лесом с такими ценами .

  • Dee Harris
    Dee Harris Day ago

    At less u have a car

  • Angael Tartar Rose

    "the equivalent of..."

  • Green Thumb
    Green Thumb Day ago

    it good

  • David Templeman

    An eyeopener, not sure about costs, here in Spain we can build tradicional, including foundations €650 per sq mar

  • Christopher Fischer

    Always bringing us the best!

  • Arizona person

    What about the prices of these places????

  • Guy Davis
    Guy Davis Day ago

    that earthroamer is EXPENSIVE i just looked at website, just to give you and idea used ones are going for 500k lol

  • Michelle Hauser

    I want the Barefoot!

  • S. Gilbert Dyer

    Do a video on the most expensive/luxurious hotels in the hotel?

  • Jerry Barrett
    Jerry Barrett Day ago

    Why is the site for the number one clear poly bolt together dome? I could not find it. How much does it cost? Thanks

  • SaidIwould
    SaidIwould Day ago

    EEEK! Where was I!!?!! Fifteen thousand for the car camper I SO wish I would’ve BEEN THERE-amazing finds, great compilation!🍁✌🏼

  • KuanSam Chan
    KuanSam Chan Day ago

    No.2 is wrong too, pointed at Dubai instead of Shanghai

  • KuanSam Chan
    KuanSam Chan Day ago

    The location on the map for no.4 is wrong

  • andrewasj1
    andrewasj1 Day ago

    I owned in the early 1970's a slide-in camper made by Starcraft but designed and sold exclusively by Ford Motor Company. Fiberglass with a fiberglass liner and a very tall roof. It was extremely roomy and at 11 1/2 ft. Very Heavy. But a real treat. Sold well until the gas crunch of 1973.

  • Ian Clancy
    Ian Clancy Day ago

    Narrator is pure cheeseball.

  • Robert Iams
    Robert Iams Day ago

    Wow, my grandfather would stop a couple days after summer break started and would say c'mon lets go camping. Where? I would ask, and he would say I don't know yet. Off we would go in his Chevy Caprice with the "Apache" camper attached. He would bring me home a couple of weeks before school started. Thanks for showing the "Apache" it sheltered us in twenty or so different states from 4th grade to the 7th grade.....

  • karldettling
    karldettling Day ago

    Pie in the sky ideas?