Brian Roe from "All-American Makers" is one of the hosts of the Science Channel reality series.

Brian Roe has 25 years of experience in manufacturing and computer aided design. Along the way, Roe has created prototypes for defense and aerospace contractors, major automobile companies and private inventors. His diverse career even took him into Hollywood film production where we assisted with the design of 3D camera systems used in the production of the film "Avatar," and he worked as an animatronic character designer for movies including: "A.I.: Artificial Intelligence," "Bicentennial Man," "Sphere," "Charlie's Angels," "Scooby Doo 2," "Virus" and "Species II". Roe was also an integral part of a successful combat robot team for the TV show "Battlebots."

His invention, Roy the Robot, was voted one of the top ten prototypes of 2013 by Popular Science Magazine. Currently he works as a mechanical designer on the 10,000 Year Clock for The Long Now Foundation, funded by Jeff Bezos.

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