We built the Home of the Future with Grant Imahara


The Verge and Curbed have teamed up to build the home of the future. Join host Grant Imahara as he examines the renewed trend of prefabricated modular home construction.

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  • The Verge
    The Verge3 ปีที่แล้ว

    What do you want to see in your home of the future?

  • Roy Snabilié

    Roy Snabilié

    11 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Do they built these homes anywhere in the world? And what is the price range?

  • Gollammeister



    Nice looking modern now make it 100% off grid excellent insulation solar wind powered with lots of battery power banks

  • matte black

    matte black


    I would have appreciated if it wasn't made with wood we need to plant trees now not cut them anymore so houses should be made without any wood

  • Just Balance Pray

    Just Balance Pray


    I am really interested in this concept of business with core technology!!

  • Pain Killer

    Pain Killer


    Tech tech

    MPRWLIO MPEUONAปีที่แล้ว

    May he rest in peace man, this guy was my childhood.

  • Du Riechst So Gut

    Du Riechst So Gut

    11 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Was gonna say the same

  • Ursula Andrea

    Ursula Andrea



  • It’s Kchanny

    It’s Kchanny


    What happened?

  • Truthful Robot

    Truthful Robot


    No way. I just found this out now by the comments 😥

  • roland hazuki

    roland hazuki


    First Jessi Combs died in rocket car crash Now Grant Imahara died by brain hemorrhage May god blessed both of them

  • Taylor M
    Taylor Mปีที่แล้ว

    You were one of the irrepressibly brilliant minds in science and engineering that inspired me as a kid. Today, I'm an aerospace engineer, and it is so deeply fulfilling. I met my wife through work, bought my house through work; so much good in my life is because of those who guided me down this path. There are so many just like me. So many who have so much because of the life you led. RIP Grant, you built a better future... and kickass robotics!! You earned your bench space at the Great Workshop In the Sky. One day, I hope to do the same. You will be remembered.

  • Siddiqin Rabbani

    Siddiqin Rabbani


    A chemical engineer here and i echo your thoughts.

  • spiritupgrades



    2020 is trying really hard isn't it

  • Brandon Bacordo

    Brandon Bacordo


    may his soul rest in peace

  • Gabe Harris

    Gabe Harris


    BlankSmiles he died yesterday from a brain aneurysm

  • BlankSmiles



    Wait! Grant Imahara is dead?! Wtf?!

  • TeamTiges

    I just wanted to say how sad it is that Grant has left us. Such a great guy, an entertainer and a scholar. He will be missed. :(

  • Scott D
    Scott Dปีที่แล้ว

    Rest In Peace big guy. Thank you for the entertainment in my childhood and for helping the world be a better place ❤️

  • Forged Star Knight
    Forged Star Knightปีที่แล้ว

    I always loved MythBusters especially as a child, it's so sad Grant is gone. Well he we'll be always with us in our memories.

  • Doss

    Him along with the entire mythbusters cast is what sparked my interest in science. Forever grateful for everything you’ve done for us, Grant. This is heartbreaking. Rest In Peace ❤️

  • Nate

    Rest in peace, Grant. He seemed like such a nice and intelligent person

  • Sandy Amaral
    Sandy Amaral2 ปีที่แล้ว

    This is an INCREDIBLE idea. Of course I would love to pick a house and have it built in a factory!!! Such a simple process!!

  • fluxx
    fluxx3 ปีที่แล้ว

    I don't think the house of the future is all about technology and connection, it's all about energy and self-sufficiency.

  • markman63



    The home of the future will be without internet, only fools will allow themselves to be monitored 24/7

  • AreFallout



    @Just think Well CO2 actually is the reason for climate change.... even if you dont believe in man made climate change it is literally the reason why the globe goes through cycles. Now man made Global warming is true. While the earth natrually warms and cools We are accelatration this process.

  • Cullintika C

    Cullintika C


    fluxx I though you said self destructing

  • Dread One

    Dread One

    2 ปีที่แล้ว

    “Passive house” Most efficient Hvac is still going to cost the most but this will help

  • daspecialist1220


    2 ปีที่แล้ว


  • Cory
    Cory3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Great series! I really like Grant Imahara, so this has my attention. I can't wait to see what happens next week

  • renragged
    renragged2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Very interesting. I used to work for a company that built modular classrooms here in California. I love how these guys are making houses like that. I definitely approve!

  • Bmx boxter
    Bmx boxterปีที่แล้ว

    Rest In Peace Grant. I first saw you on Mythbusters 10+ years ago. You’ve inspired me and countless others to pursue their goals and work hard, yet to also have fun whilst doing it. We will all miss you. 😔❤️

  • Jim Bob
    Jim Bobปีที่แล้ว

    Its weird how we all went back to watching Grant's video's now he's gone.

  • Jim Bob

    Jim Bob

    7 หลายเดือนก่อน

    @Divine Feline Great story kiddo.

  • Divine Feline

    Divine Feline

    7 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Not really. You’re just craving attention

  • Jake Johnson

    Jake Johnson


    pizza Grant imahara is an inspiration to a ton of people. Watching his videos knowing that he passed away felt “weird” or unusual for them. Maybe weird is not the right word but i get what the OP meant i guess

  • Grande Games

    Grande Games


    I would of watched this earlier but I didn’t know it existed. Thanks THmy!

  • ピザ



    How is that weird

  • Unreliable Narrator 66
    Unreliable Narrator 662 ปีที่แล้ว

    It's very common in Japan. A very high percentage of modern Japanese homes are prefab, and the systems are far more sophisticated than what is shown here.

  • Francisco Antonio
    Francisco Antonio3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Gorgeous construction!! I was wondering what were or was used to control the bugs since the whole house is made of wood.

  • kenneth tape
    kenneth tape2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Cool banana’s. I like this system of modularity whereby you can mix and match the floor plan and then move the fully built structure onto the site :)

  • Jaime
    Jaime3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Great content and I really appreciate the production value. I would like to see something more affordable. Perhaps a container home (using multiple containers for 1000 square feet) and how to convert it with the tech and efficiency in mind. Austin is my favorite town but it is not affordable for everyday Americans.

  • Alistair T
    Alistair Tปีที่แล้ว

    Rest in peace Grant. You have been an inspiration to so many people. You'll be dearly missed ❤

  • Chad Poole
    Chad Pooleปีที่แล้ว

    RIP grant! You inspired countless lives including myself to get out there and tinker! Thanks for impacting all of our lives in a positive way!

  • Gnudarve

    Grant you were just a great guy and we will miss you deeply for a long time. Thank you for all the years of inspiration and for demonstrating what a functional smart person can do in life.

  • Jam Man
    Jam Man2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Ive been looking for the right company to do my projects, thank you for showing me a better organization.

  • Ven


    2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Haha, your sarcasm didn't go un-noticed.

  • George Crabtree
    George Crabtree2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Grant, many thanks to you and the crew for all of your hard work on Star Trek Continues.

  • ItchyKneeSon
    ItchyKneeSon3 ปีที่แล้ว

    I live in Japan and was a carpenter for a year. Modern houses in Japan look similar to this 'home of the future' and take about 4-6 months from start to finish with little to no pre-fab.

  • Teresa Boze
    Teresa Boze3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Hot damn! Finally, a current enough video on THmy to to have the potential to include SIPs, ect. and the actual requirements that more than meet the building codes. Most cities require standards that we passed up in housing tech two decades ago, forcing unnecessary building costs that do absolutely nothing, as addressed already in current construction practices.

  • Adaptable {Mr. NerdyGamer}
    Adaptable {Mr. NerdyGamer}ปีที่แล้ว

    Whether I knew it or not Grant made me a better person and helped me learn how cool learning and the world can be. Rest in peace

  • TechAltar
    TechAltar3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Pretty cool, but why does the home of the future come with a massive Ford pickup truck? That's hardly the future of anything

  • bobsuruncle


    2 ปีที่แล้ว

    ..... Ford has been around for a century. And, I see them around for decades to come. Besides... if you look back at the homes of the future and cars of the future... those things didn’t always pan out... the future was George jetson’s flying car... 50 years later... we still are driving our Ford F150s, Ford Mustangs, Toyota Corrollas. .... now time for me to get to dinner (served by Rosie our robot maid).

  • Jared Baluch

    Jared Baluch

    2 ปีที่แล้ว

    And a ceiling fan?

  • Riley B

    Riley B

    2 ปีที่แล้ว

    TechAltar welcome to Texas genius - we got ALL the oil

  • Marble Garden

    Marble Garden

    2 ปีที่แล้ว

    TechAltar Omg I laughed out loud! Thanks for that! :D

  • Star Wars Chronicler

    Star Wars Chronicler

    2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Because it's Texas, commie.

  • Friedrich Hayek
    Friedrich Hayek2 ปีที่แล้ว

    The real home of the future is like "people can buy it"

  • Porco Rosso

    Porco Rosso


    @1997lordofdoom In popular areas that is mostly true, but if you work and live further out it is cheaper. I am merely making the point that the cost of building a house is actually reasonable. What is really expensive is actually the location. I am not living any fantasy land. You just keep failing to understand my point. House prices are only expensive because of the location. You can get a million dollars junk home in the bay area, but you can spend half the money and get mansion in Texas.

  • 1997lordofdoom



    @Porco Rosso Nope, a house that would cost 50k in the 80s now costs tripple that amount of money while salaries have barely gone up. The USA has an eviction crisis right now, I guess everyone should just look for houses in worse locations. As I said, in what kind of fantasy land are you living buddy? I hope everyone in the world lived there also.

  • Porco Rosso

    Porco Rosso


    @1997lordofdoom House vs location man. People can afford the house the sits on top of the land. It is the location that is expensive...

  • 1997lordofdoom



    @Porco Rosso In what kind of fantasy land are you living buddy? People cannot afford houses, housing prices have quadrupled in the last 40 years while wages barely raised.

  • Porco Rosso

    Porco Rosso


    People can afford houses. Just not in expensive locations. The house itself cause relatively little. It is usually the location that makes it expensive.

  • Nicholas Receveur
    Nicholas Receveur3 ปีที่แล้ว

    high perimeter to area ratio (check), lots of glazing (check), practically no eaves (check) = Modern Architecture indeed. Even in a forgiving climate like Austin, the owners will be at the mercy of active cooling (AC) 6 months of the year. I would have aligned skillian roof to face south to maximize solar gains and employed generous eaves to keep the thermal loading off the mass - perhaps with north-facing clerestory windows to increase the internal cross ventilation. Smart houses used traditional design principles first, and active systems to increase efficiency second.

  • Nicholas Receveur

    Nicholas Receveur

    3 ปีที่แล้ว

    I guess my point is this: While the early modernists certainly had valid grounds to break from the stagnant cycle of neo-revivalism and seize the potential of technological advancements, today's context is far different. Our resources are becoming ever more finite, thus we would be foolish to turn our backs on the genius of past minds without becoming bogged down by convention. And let's face it, a box house is practically modern convention anyway.

  • Royce Lloyd
    Royce Lloydปีที่แล้ว

    Rest in peace, thank you for inspiring innovation in our hearts for so long

  • Yose Dymz
    Yose Dymzปีที่แล้ว

    The passing away of Grant brought me here. Never knew that he has a show too with the Verge. Rip to such a charismatic guy.

  • Scoop of Science
    Scoop of Scienceปีที่แล้ว

    Going to miss you, Grant. Thank for everything you did, especially on Mythbusters. You were a fun and smart guy.

  • Nick Scogna Realtor
    Nick Scogna Realtor2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Simple design, great energy efficiency, easy access for people with mobility concerns, easy to clean, and not overly expensive. Not a tiny house by any means, but size is not as important as layout. Getting back to basics.

  • Fanda
    Fanda3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Great video

  • Sumon Rahman
    Sumon Rahman2 ปีที่แล้ว

    You guys making life very complicated... make it easier like before... all natural ❤️

  • Star Lord
    Star Lord3 ปีที่แล้ว

    very cool series hope to see more!

  • Ed Valiente
    Ed Valienteปีที่แล้ว

    That was awesome. Truly that is the house of the future. No fussy designs. Just straight forward of the owner's heart. Thanks for sharing.

  • Simpson Kelly
    Simpson Kellyปีที่แล้ว

    What a life to come to an end so soon. Your greatest feat was being the coolest guy I have ever watched ever. Thank you man, much appreciated, now legend.

  • Robert Daniel Curtis
    Robert Daniel Curtisปีที่แล้ว

    Here I am rewatching every video I've ever watched of him. I can't believe he's gone. He never even had the chance to start his own family. So damn sad, man. RIP

  • goferno
    goferno3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Thanks Verge- nice post! Here's what I'd like for the home of the future: 1) off grid power, water, sewer, and storm drainage. 2) demand powered wireless internet as fast as LAN - Japan has this already 3) a secure basement or safe room 4) enough power to run smart appliances, locks, A/C, lighting 5) Biophilic design with an edible green wall - and permaculture practices. 6) HVAC that ties into base subterranean heat temperatures for the green wall as well as a separate greenhouse. 7) All of the above Premanufactured. We should buy up Detroit and covert it into housing manufacturing since we shut down the auto plants. 8)

  • RamboSan

    Something big missed by this episode is the insulating factor of the materials being built or their ability to regulate the temperature of the home. Would gave loved to see some coverage on Geothermal heating and cooling. Or maybe Termite influenced architecture to cool the home.

  • Beryl Chan
    Beryl Chanปีที่แล้ว

    Rewatching this after hearing the news. RIP Grant, we gonna miss you so much. You and the others in Mythbusters ARE our real-life childhood heroes.

  • Will Shannon
    Will Shannonปีที่แล้ว

    Rest In Peace grant, you were and always will be my hero

  • Justice Gutierrez
    Justice Gutierrezปีที่แล้ว

    One of the reasons I ever wanted to pursue science is because of Grant, and I will continue to be inspired to do so. Thanks for all the Myths you’ve busted, and words of wisdom you’ve given. Gonna miss ya, Grant

  • NCISfreak123
    NCISfreak1233 ปีที่แล้ว

    Very cool! Excited to see this series play out

  • Marc Santos
    Marc Santos2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Excellent show. Considering the implications of climate change and how our collective lack of effective corrective action is going effect future economies and communities. My responsible home of the future will be prepared to deal with extreme weather events. 300km winds, heat waves, flooding and energy self sufficiency including smart grid technology to accommodate long term power outages and electric vehicle recharging. Digitally connected without question but not necessarily a "smart home" in terms we commonly use today. Anyone that values privacy in the home will not load their home full of equipment for hackers to exploit. The Intelligent home of the future must include intelligent design to accommodate realities in the digital age. AI sentry to monitor electronic system, internet firewalls and home permitor security? Brilliant show. Thank you :)

  • Not Santa
    Not Santa3 ปีที่แล้ว

    A home of the future will be an apartment building with underground parking. In all seriousness, it would be a 3-storey house with underground parking (enough for 10 cars in case of house parties) powered by multiple solar panels on the roof and solar panel windows/blinds/curtains. And if you think that's an interesting idea, that's just the start for a future house in about 20 years. 50 years from now, there will be better houses, bigger garages, in-home elevators, and a power source other than solar fueling the world.

  • Jeffrey Galeski
    Jeffrey Galeski2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Hey Grant, right off the batt I've always liked factory-built homes but I still have some question like can the mfg., add in-floor heating, how are changes handled while the house is being erected and how is water, power, sewer, cable handled between modules; specifically connections.

  • Just Balance Pray
    Just Balance Prayปีที่แล้ว

    I am really interested in this concept of business with core technology!!

  • Christopher Stout
    Christopher Stout3 ปีที่แล้ว

    It's great to see the use of Zip sheathing at least, but orientation, airsealing and many other considerations determine whether this house is built to future or even modern day best practice building principles. Passive house, net-zero, and building science practices in general are often overlooked and underappreciated.

  • Cynthia Brown
    Cynthia Brown2 ปีที่แล้ว

    I've known about these type of homes for years and even tried to obtain one which seems to be the complicated part financing.

  • vondahe
    vondahe2 ปีที่แล้ว

    It’s good to see Grant Imahara on his own. A sympathetic and very intelligent guy who can do much better than being a sidekick with those two bromancing walruses in Mythbuster.

  • fredy gump
    fredy gump3 ปีที่แล้ว

    This is truly next level green energy. For the first time ever, we have panels that collect the green energy radiated from living trees and convert it to electricity! And you all thought that "green energy" was like a metaphor or something...

  • turbominator
    turbominator3 ปีที่แล้ว

    WOw this house is so futuristic. Who would have thought in the future we would have wooden homes with the same technology that we have today?

  • josh mcgee
    josh mcgee3 ปีที่แล้ว

    really looking forward to seeing this full series

  • Izz Zainal
    Izz Zainalปีที่แล้ว

    Rest in peace legend.

  • bSMy84
    bSMy843 ปีที่แล้ว

    SIMPLICITY, SIMPLICITY, SIMPLICITY - I see a lot of high tech gadgetry implied by what’s going on in the background which makes me wonder - and possibly I'm completely off course with this one - but it makes me think about my friends’ family room with 5 separate remote controls to operate the various components of their “home entertainment center” which is set up primarily for viewing what’s on their huge flat screen TV; and this was set up by a professional, too. Eventually someone had to put together what’s supposed to be a simple-to-understand user manual for the remotes alone. Even then, their use is still something to master. Which also reminds me of my new NEST thermostat that came with the solar panel system on my roof. I’m still boggled by it. It clearly seems to have a mind of its own. ••• All that said, I love this concept of high quality, well designed, prefab construction, and I find this particular example to be exquisite in its simplicity and design.

  • vishal hari
    vishal hari3 ปีที่แล้ว

    How much would a prefab house like the one shown at the end of the video typically cost? Whenever I dream of a house, I don't dream of a big house, instead, I dream of a house with renewable energy and that is self-sufficient. A smart home with energy monitoring system, rainwater harvesting, water recycling, solar panels and an electric car parked in the porch.

  • pi hermoso
    pi hermoso2 ปีที่แล้ว

    the "HOME OF THE FUTURE' totally depends on what the homeowners association want! if they don't want solar panels in your roof then say goodbye to having a solar panel in your roof get approved.. and in USA you can't collect rainwater either so being a self sustaining home in the USA is a long shot... if you really want to look for a real 'home of the future', you are better off watching homes in japan/scandinavia or germany.. with these territories, the government rather makes sense on environmental issues..

  • Mr Anti
    Mr Anti3 ปีที่แล้ว

    I studied architecture at University of Cincinnati and still actively work with remodeling and designing homes. The common thing I often see is the lack of air tight sealing of the home which provides huge long term benefits, followed by lack heavy of insulation. other things that would be interesting at this point would be humidity management, air filteration, advanced water systems (filtering, recycling ect), use of solar for not only power but heat / hot water collection, bonus points for concentrated solar setup. I didn't see a garage or port with the house, many other upgrades really depends on location.

  • pink salt

    pink salt



  • Cram with Cam

    Cram with Cam


    I live on a small island of tropical environment where the house collects heavy dust which turns sticky in not easily accessible areas. I have been looking to make use of solar energy and air tightening with water filtration from a nearby stream for a small hotel/guest house project. Something close to self-sustainable. But I haven’t been guided to any links for ideas or draft. I will receive a grant for the project but I also need a team

  • Ven


    2 ปีที่แล้ว

    @Probably Not Dad ⬆ This

  • Probably Not Dad

    Probably Not Dad

    2 ปีที่แล้ว


  • RYAN M
    RYAN M3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Omg I love how this house looks!

  • Susan Pariseau
    Susan Pariseau3 ปีที่แล้ว

    I relocated to Texas for the weather and to have my forever home built out of 2 shipping containers. I like the looks of this and would assume the financing is more conventional than a container home. I found land and if this is doable I am on board to have my forever home built by this company.....

  • Big-E-CHeese

    Thank you Grant for giving me and my dad an amazing time watching your shows💔m

  • MechaBits
    MechaBits2 ปีที่แล้ว

    The real home of the future might have composite panels made with something other than wood & plaster board.

  • Torstein Løvbrøtte
    Torstein Løvbrøtte3 ปีที่แล้ว

    This got me excited! Love the series so far

  • Ban Gkok
    Ban Gkok2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Most people, I am sure would like to know the price of a prefab unit!

  • Porco Rosso

    Porco Rosso


    @Deer Hunter I think at least some of these prefab homes meet local building codes.

  • Frank Blackcrow

    Frank Blackcrow

    2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Yeah, considering that shipping containers are about 10k each, because of people using them as lego to make houses.

  • Jonathan F

    Jonathan F

    2 ปีที่แล้ว

    I would think it's cheaper than a custom home since it's mass produced and generally all the same.

  • ckeilah


    2 ปีที่แล้ว

    $100k for dual 200sq. Ft. Single room finished boxes. 1932 900sq. Ft house in the same place was $3500.

  • Deer Hunter

    Deer Hunter

    2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Just buy a mobile home because no one will give you a permit to permanently leave it except a camper park ,expensive daily rate .

  • J Y
    J Yปีที่แล้ว

    The best thing about Grant is he was the same Man in the end as he was in the beginning, which is someone I admired and learned from.

  • Will C
    Will Cปีที่แล้ว

    You will be remembered always and fondly Mr. Imahara

  • OfficialRScott
    OfficialRScott2 ปีที่แล้ว

    I wish it would say the price of the house being built I love this house!!!

  • Sam Riesgo
    Sam Riesgo3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Can't wait to see it finished!!

  • Clifford Williams
    Clifford Williamsปีที่แล้ว

    What a great looking house, I think I would like Central Air and Solar Power/Electricity with indoor Pool and Basketball court not to mention guest quarters for two units attached.

  • Emma Cat
    Emma Catปีที่แล้ว

    He inspired me to go into science. God bless Mr. Imahara. ❤ A true American legend in STEM. ❤ Now, he'll design the universe for God.

  • A certain ghost
    A certain ghostปีที่แล้ว

    Thank you Grant for everything and may you rest in peace.

    YABBAHEY YABBAHEY3 ปีที่แล้ว

    I hear a whole lot of theory on home building & site construction made by people with a vested interest in the modular home industry. They are not always cheaper , ( which surprised me years ago.) It's considerably more expensive to change or add on to a modular house as there are few chases/available pathways for running services. Your home is only as good as the hands that assemble it. Traditionally PreFabs cut corners where ever they can save a penny w/ bare minimum framing, Slave labor wages & some shoddy hidden secrets I've found repairing them over the years. Snap coupling services buried in walls etc.. I say go for it if you can get one cheap. But know more of that money is going towards shareholders & sales than the guy who actually assembled your house. If they are around the same cost per' as a quality camper then maybe. Because that's what your buying. I'd also insist on a poured foundation w/proper storm ties & some type of siding that can be repaired to facilitate window & door replacement. Do your home work.

  • sheauiwne
    sheauiwne2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Great to see grant back on the scene

  • Milani 2006
    Milani 2006ปีที่แล้ว

    Rip grant, thanks for everything you did for me and many others.

  • Ezra
    Ezra3 ปีที่แล้ว

    I really enjoyed this promotion for Texas + Ford. The part where they built the house was cool also.

  • Bryan Ruminski
    Bryan Ruminskiปีที่แล้ว

    RIP grant, thank you for making my childhood amazing.

  • Lashan
    Lashan3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Love this collab. Looking forward to more!!

  • Jorge Santillan
    Jorge Santillan3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Me gusta esta casa,el diseno ,es practico, quisiera ver casas economicas en otros programas.

  • Joy G
    Joy G3 ปีที่แล้ว

    The home of the future will be affordable, safe, sustainable, low energy and specifically designed for the terrain/environment it's located on.

  • James Patterson
    James Patterson2 ปีที่แล้ว

    2 things that houses of the future should have: solar power & the ability to disassemble, instead of demolishing it. That way, different parts can be reused or recycled.

  • ExRE_Sapper
    ExRE_Sapper2 ปีที่แล้ว

    The home of the future should be 1) Affordable and use recycled products to minimise costs and less damage to the environment 2) Cater for the old person who is downsizing so single level living. 3) Should provide security both physical and monitoring of home and persons 4) Needs to be energy efficient with minimal utility costs [even harvest rain for drinking water] 5) The house of the future may be located on water such as a lagoon or lake 6) The house of the future needs to be customizable so that there's variations of the same theme. Choice of internal/external colours etc 7) The homes should also have broadband connectivity.

  • JKN Productions
    JKN Productions3 ปีที่แล้ว

    The first episode was great. Ready for more next week

  • Commentator541
    Commentator5413 ปีที่แล้ว

    I love Grant and will watch this in the future

  • Owen Wagoner
    Owen Wagonerปีที่แล้ว

    This showed up for me again today and reminded me how sad Grant Imahara's passing makes me. RIP Grant Imahara, you will be missed.

  • 向洋 Nathan Hartono
    向洋 Nathan Hartonoปีที่แล้ว

    how does this man look EXACTLY like he did since 2004?! rest well, hero.

  • Marth Sadreli
    Marth Sadreli3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Hell yea! Grant Imahara is a straight up BEAST!

  • Frankie Tseng
    Frankie Tseng3 ปีที่แล้ว

    great episode, its nice to watch some content like this :)

  • nA X1
    nA X1ปีที่แล้ว

    RIP Grant, you helped satisfy many of my childhood curiosities 💚💛🧡

  • Joker Sushi
    Joker Sushiปีที่แล้ว

    Rest in peace Grant. Should've been there to see the future

  • You
    You7 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Actually these kind of homes can improve the interest of workplaces.

  • Chuck's poke
    Chuck's poke3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Not a morning person and all of the light coming in from the outside would drive me crazy. Very interested to see actually what living experience is like.

  • Jason Motley
    Jason Motley3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Homes of the future should include these three things: 1. Its own self sustaining power plant: solar, wind generation with battery backup 2. Its own clean water management: grey-water and distilling 3. Its own integrated gardening that may include aquaponics

  • Nerdy Guy
    Nerdy Guyปีที่แล้ว

    What an inspirational show, and RIP for the host.

  • Boldipie [GMD]
    Boldipie [GMD]ปีที่แล้ว

    RIP Imahara, you have touched so many children’s hearts.

  • targetguy777

    For the house of the future it sure uses cheap insulation like most built in the usa. I rehabbed a old trailer with foam walls and radiant barrier plus hardy siding and it is twice as efficient then any of these.

  • Kevin Tischer
    Kevin Tischer2 ปีที่แล้ว

    I am completely behind a "smart home". However, an investigative reporter in Canada quickly illustrated how exposed owners utilizing home security, such as "Nest" were actually more susecpible to home break-ins than the generations old deadbolt. During an interview in Canada, new home owners were being interviewed to gauge their belief at how secure their newly purchased home was. While the interview was being unfolding, a "hacker" employed by he agency "hacked" into their heretofore presumed high security home in less than 5 minutes with software online specifically designed to find Nest products. One of the more creepy issues was that the couple that had been hacked admitted to having placed several cameras throughout the house that were hidden to monitor the Nanny. What they did not think of is that when their system was hacked, all cameras were viewed by whomever the hacker wished. Everyone knew when they got up, went to the shower, had sex, cooked breakfast, phoned their mistress, cursed at their children, took drugs, etc, etc. Big Brother

  • MilkyWay277

    RIP my man Grant, you will be missed!

  • Mark Delgado
    Mark Delgado2 ปีที่แล้ว

    This is great, but can they be shipped out to Massachusetts? I think you could turn that into a passive house. Great video, thanks