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This Disney's Pixar-Inspired Display Using 52,000 Dominoes Is Truly Magical2m10s

This Disney's Pixar-Inspired Display Using 52,000 Dominoes Is Truly Magical

You read that right - 52,000 dominoes were used to create this Pixar themed masterpiece. Check it out as they all fall over! Do you like playing dominoes ? It one of the oldest board games that is still played to this day. With the recognizable design of the tiles divided in half and the pips on them, they bring a sort of nostalgia in our hearts, back when we didn’t have games like ‘Betrayal at House on the Hill’ and the likes. No, we are not THAT old, we did have ‘Catan’! After centuries of dominoes played as a tile-based game, a man by the name of Bob Speca, Jr. from Broomall, PA. threw the first ever dominoes show, where he set up and toppled down 11,111 pieces in a chain reaction known as the domino effect. Now we see at least 5 times as much tiles ready to display an array of Pixar characters we all know and love! As the ball moves through the gate on the famed Disney castle, characters’ faces start to unfold. First it is Queen Elsa, the troubled young ruler with the magical abilities to create and manipulate ice and snow. She is quickly followed up by Mike Wazowski, Sulley's best friend and working partner in 2001’s ‘Monsters, Inc.’ We see sweet and caring WALL-E, forgetful Dory and curious Nemo, even Remy and his cooking mentor Ratatouille the rat, while all the while Disney’s Pixar’s logo crumbles in the background. The display ends with Mr. Fredricksen’s house from ‘Up’ crumbling to the floor and the gigantic image of Lightning McQueen wraps things up in the center. That was so satisfying to watch!

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Published: May 19, 20181,302 plays$2.66 earned
This 'Clash Royale' Display Used Up 100,000 Dominoes5m43s

This 'Clash Royale' Display Used Up 100,000 Dominoes

Do you like playing dominoes? It one of the oldest board games that is still played to this day. With the recognizable design of the tiles divided in half and the pips on them, they bring a sort of nostalgia in our hearts, back when we didn’t have games like ‘Carcassonne’ and the likes. No, we are not THAT old, we did have Monopoly! After centuries of dominoes played as a tile-based game, a man by the name of Bob Speca, Jr. from Broomall, PA. threw the first ever dominoes show, where he set up and toppled down 11,111 pieces in a chain reaction known as the domino effect. People all over the world try to set up their own domino projects. The thrill of these shows comes from their risky nature, because with every set up domino tile, there is a risk that everything will topple down and you have to start over again! But Rumble user “ahmeds” is such a pro, he could set up 100,000 of these colorful plastic tiles, to create a display so intricate, it can even show faces and words! In this display, he created all the troops of the hit mobile game 'Clash Royale'. He used a total of 100,000 dominoes to pull this off! He doesn’t stick to just dominoes though. In one display, he combined the insatiable charm of fidget spinners to create an intricate machinery, almost like Ruby Goldberg machine, where the falling dominoes move the spinners and the other way around!

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Published: March 2, 201879 plays$0.18 earned
40,000 Dominoes! (ahmed samir)3m46s

40,000 Dominoes! (ahmed samir)

30,000 dominoes topple live at the 10th Annual Brattleboro Domino Toppling Extravaganza! This project took 4 builders and 3 days to build! Give it a share for all the hard work :) ►

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Published: November 19, 20172 plays$0.01 earned
200,000 Dominoes - The Incredible Science Machine17m55s

200,000 Dominoes - The Incredible Science Machine

Zeal's Incredible Science Machine is the largest chain reaction/Rube Goldberg Machine in the WORLD with 858 steps and 200,000 dominoes - the American Domino Record! 16 builders aged 11-50 worked 10 days (14 hours per day) to complete this chain reaction machine. WANT TO SPONSOR A FUTURE EVENT? Contact us at spricemachines@gmail.com and hevesh5@gmail.com for business inquiries. This STEM themed domino setup was design by professional domino/chain reaction artists Steve Price & Lily . We organize and design custom domino projects for live events, commercials, and TV shows.

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Published: October 1, 2017