The innovation and technology company illustrates how its machines work through visual storytelling. The physics of a jet engine, of course. Innovation and technology behemouth GE launched its new YouTube series GE Masterclass on June 16 to explain the mechanics of how its "brilliant machines" work at a comprehensible—and somewhat comical—level. The roughly two-minute videos feature Baratunde Thurston, CEO of comedy and digital agency Cultivated Wit, who interviews GE employees and breaks down the complexities behind the company's jet planes, locomotives, and turbines. Viewers can even tune into GE Masterclass's Extra Credit segments to dive deeper into the workings of the machines. The series is part of the company's overall strategy to generate more awareness around what GE does and the role the company's technology plays in people's lives.
GE Explains the Mechanics of "Suck, Squeeze, Bang, Blow" Through YouTube
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Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Please enter a question. Of course we're talking about the four strokes of an engine - intake, compression, power and exhaust! Show your love for cars, racing and all things mechanical with this clever shirt by Hack Racing. Skip to main content.
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It's Metafilter's 20th anniversary! To celebrate, scan some cats or help fund Mefi! I liked that, but had to watch it three times to take in all the info going on at the same time. Ditto on the having to go through it several times.