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Dominoes

Ash and Pikachu in Dominoes

Ash and Pikachu in Dominoes

Domino mosaic master The Domino King pays tribute to two staples of the Pokémon universe, Ash Ketchum and Pikachu. This amazing display features 35,592 colorful dominoes, arranged to form a variety of festive Pokémon-themed images.

Cool Domino Constructions

Cool Domino Constructions

Domino master FlippyCat presents a compilation of numerous fun and hypnotic arrangements, featuring vibrantly colored dominoes in various colors, and built to topple in perfectly-timed sequences. The triple spiral and timed wall falls were especially fun to watch.

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Super Mario Maker Dominoes

Super Mario Maker Dominoes

With the recent release of Super Mario Maker 2, TheDominoKing decided to pay tribute to the franchise with an epic setup of 127,055 dominoes, all arranged to form images from the Super Mario Bros, Super Mario Bros 3, and Super Mario World styles from the game. It took him about 2 months in total to set it all up.

Satisfying Domino Falls

Satisfying Domino Falls

Domino master Hevesh5 and six of her friends spent half a week setting up a number of constructions designed to delight. In all, the structures were comprised of roughty 32,000 dominoes, each one offering up a different style of trick. We especially loved that thing with the 10 tentacles, or whatever they were.

21,000 Domino Cube

21,000 Domino Cube

Domino fanatic DominoJOJO set out to break the record for the largest ever cube made out of the little plastic tiles, using more than 20,000 dominoes to create a Minecraft-inspired cube. First enjoy a brief time-lapse of the build, then watch it all come crashing down in seconds.

100,000 Dominoes in Reverse

100,000 Dominoes in Reverse

Domino fanatic Hevesh5 took footage from some of her more epic builds, and decided to play the whole thing backwards. Watching and listening to all of those dominoes and props stand themselves back up is both strange and quite satisfying. The towers are especially fun.

Edge Dominoes

Edge Dominoes

Designer Andrew Perkins of Fire Road created this kickass new spin on the classic game. Edge Dominoes take a minimalist approach, reducing each tile to an anodized aluminum skeleton with the numbers laser engraved onto the pips.

Domino Pool Trick Shots

Domino Pool Trick Shots

Domino master Lily Hevesh got together with some friends at her local billiards hall to play a little pool. But you know she couldn’t resist bringing along a few hundred of her favorite dominoes and figuring out a way to work them into the action.

Shipping Pallet Dominoes

Shipping Pallet Dominoes

(Loud) The guys at UK handling company Exporta Global decided to make some supersize dominoes, placing 1377 individual plastic shipping pallets on their sides, then knocking them all over. This is so what a 9-year-old boy would do if set loose in a factory.

Circular Domino Wall

Circular Domino Wall

Domino master Hevesh5 shows off an impressive structure she built – a cylindrical wall made up about 5,500 individual dominoes. Rows of mini dominoes start the chain reaction which took her 4 days to set up, and less than a minute to come crashing down.

The Soniverse Technique

The Soniverse Technique

Domino master Hevesh5 and a couple of her pals show off a nifty domino stacking technique which results a super cool visual and auditory effect when they fall – almost like the dominoes are falling in reverse. View the tutorial video on the trick here.

Toppling 600,000 Dominoes

Toppling 600,000 Dominoes

The guys at Sinners Domino Entertainment weren’t just going to rest on their laurels of knocking down a half-million dominoes. To celebrate their 10 year anniversary, they went 100,000 better, with an epic display that lasts nearly 11 minutes from start to finish.

Spider-Man in Dominoes

Spider-Man in Dominoes

TheDominoKing has been enjoying the PS4 Spider-Man game, so he thought he’d make a tribute to the friendly neighborhood superhero. It took him about a week and 36,186 dominoes to complete the maze. The text logo in particular was neat.

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Rainbow Domino Spiral

Rainbow Domino Spiral

It may not have the crazy number of dominoes we’ve seen in some of the builds we’ve seen but this rainbow-colored spiral from Hevesh5, Sprice Machines, and Dynamic Domino is one of the most visually stunning setups we’ve seen, both when it’s standing, and when it’s toppled.

Smarter Every Day: Dominoes

Smarter Every Day: Dominoes

With the help of his fans around the globe, Destin Sandlin digs into a surprisingly deep and perplexing topic – measuring the steady state velocity of toppling dominoes. The slow-motion footage is fascinating to watch, and you’ll definitely feel smarter after this one.

Toppling 500,000 Dominoes

Toppling 500,000 Dominoes

Sinners Domino Entertainment is back with another record-setting setup – an insanely complex series of scenes toppled from half a million individual dominoes. It took 22 domino experts two weeks to put the show together – and less than 9 minutes to knock it all down.

Unconventional Domino Tricks

Unconventional Domino Tricks

Dominotrix Hevesh5 teamed up with fellow domino master Kaplamino to create a sequence of unusual domino falls. The chain reactions send dominoes flipping backwards, flying off tables, and generating wind to knock over remote tiles.

Kaleidoscopic Dominoes

Kaleidoscopic Dominoes

Master of all things domino-related FlippyCat presents a fun way to make it look like you’re have way more dominoes than you actually do. The trick – like all good illusions – it’s all done with mirrors.

Toppling 250,000 Dominoes

Toppling 250,000 Dominoes

Hevesh5 and 18 friends spent 7 days setting up this lengthy maze of dominoes for Zeal Credit Union’s Incredible Science Machine event, and set three US domino records along the way: largest domino field, largest domino structure, and largest overall domino project.

Wooden Domino Machine

Wooden Domino Machine

Back in 2009, genius woodworker Matthias Wandel shared one of his childhood projects: a LEGO machine that laid out an evenly spaced row of dominoes. He recently upped the ante and remade the machine out of wood. Skip to 5:23 in the video for the finished machine.

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Dominoes and Fire

Dominoes and Fire

Domino fanatic Kaplamino’s latest run doesn’t feature thousands of tiles falling down, but it does offer something pretty different – a series of chain reactions which kick off using matches, fireworks, and other pyrotechnic devices – and a bit more waiting around than usual.

Glow in the Dark Domino Drop

Glow in the Dark Domino Drop

Australian Domino Art turns out the lights as they knock over a bunch of phosphorescent dominoes. In all, they used over 20,000 dominoes to create all of the glowing displays. (Thanks Marcel!)

The Domino King

The Domino King

The Domino King creates amazing pixel art images using thousands of colorful dominoes. His YouTube channel is packed with awesome constructions from Rick and Morty to Sonic the Hedgehog to Five Nights at Freddy’s. But his best creation so far is from Super Mario World.

World’s Longest Domino Line

World’s Longest Domino Line

While there have certainly been more dominoes felled at once, what makes Hevesh5’s latest feat special is that all 15,524 dominoes were lined up in a single, one-domino-wide line. It took 2 days to set up, and just about 5 minutes to fall into the unofficial record books.

Surrounded by Dominoes

Surrounded by Dominoes

Domino fanatic FlippyCat placed a 360° camera and binaural microphones in the middle of a room, then stacked a circle of 4,200 dominoes around them. The surround audio as the dominoes drop is just as mesmerizing as watching them all crash around you.

Fun with Color Changing Dominoes

Fun with Color Changing Dominoes

Domino fanatic Hevesh5 put together a bunch of fun displays using dominoes that have different colors on the front and the back, then messes with our heads by playing the whole thing backwards. In this second video, she shows you can make your own.

Brick Dominoes

Brick Dominoes

A wonderfully satisfying video in which a set of bricks were carefully placed, then knocked over like dominoes. But be sure to stick around until the last brick falls for an unexpected turn of events. Here’s a graphical explanation of what happened.

The Amazing Domino Race

The Amazing Domino Race

Last time we checked in with domino dominator Lily Hevesh, she had created the most amazing spiral setup we’ve ever seen. While this setup isn’t nearly as spectacular, it’s still fun to try and figure out which domino route will be fastest. Place your bets!

Domino Triple Spiral

Domino Triple Spiral

YouTuber Hevesh5 spent a total of 25 hours putting 15,000 dominoes together in one massive and surprisingly sturdy triple spiral structure designed to fall inside out. Check out a reverse one-shot take here.

3 World Record Chain Reaction

3 World Record Chain Reaction

22 folks from Austria, Germany and Switzerland spent four days constructing this massive chain reaction that broke records for most disc cases toppled in a domino fashion (10,266), largest stick bomb (40,910 sticks) and longest domino wall: (131.69 ft, 42,173 dominoes).

Domino Etch-a-Sketch

Domino Etch-a-Sketch

Domino master FlippyCat uses his dominoes in a different way than normal, instead of just knocking them over, he uses stop-motion animation to make a gigantic working Etch-a-Sketch. Then he knocks them over.

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