Awesome Dominoes

Insane Domino Tricks

Insane Domino Tricks

It’s not the most massive or the quickest domino show we’ve ever seen, but YouTubers Hevesh5 and Millionendollarboy seemed to pull off every trick in the domino falling book in one go. Well, almost all of them.

Shot Glass Dominoes

Shot Glass Dominoes

A domino trick in which the dominoes are replaced with liquid-filled shot glasses. In all, 2,103 glasses tumbled, but that’s no longer the record. Turns out Señor Frogs Nassau did it with 4,107 glasses later – but it wasn’t as pretty.

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275,000 Dominoes

275,000 Dominoes

You’ll have to give up the next 10 minutes of your life to watch this, but you’ll quickly be hypnotized by the colorful dominoes falling over to break the previous record for most dominoes ever in a spiral – and that’s just the start.

Longest Book Domino Chain

Longest Book Domino Chain

To promote its 2013 Summer Reading Program, the Seattle Public Library set up what they hope is the world’s longest chain of book dominoes. Redditor agentpebble says it took them 7 hours and 5 attempts to make all 2,131 books to fall.

10,000 iPhone Domino Fall

10,000 iPhone Domino Fall

While it’s surely done with CGI animation, we’re still impressed by Aatma Studio’s epic domino display that looks like it was made with 10,000 iPhone 5s. Though it would have been even cooler with $2+ million worth of actual iPhones.

Cat vs. Dominoes

Cat vs. Dominoes

A new way to keep your cat occupied now that he’s grown tired of the laser pointer. All you need is an open space and a few thousand dominoes. We wonder how this cat would do in this spiral.

Longest Domino Wall

Longest Domino Wall

It seems like it takes forever for these 31,405 dominoes to fall as they span an amazing length of 30 meters (~98 ft.). Even more incredible? It’s just one piece of a 127,141 brick extravaganza.

How Not to Topple Dominoes

How Not to Topple Dominoes

We’ve seen our share of incredible domino setups around here, but this is definitely not one of those times, as this little girl seemingly defies the laws of physics with her perfectly-aligned row of dominoes.

Domino Starry Night

Domino Starry Night

Domino master FlippyCat takes on Vincent Van Gogh’s masterpiece Starry Night using approximately 7,000 falling tiles. Despite a few glitches along the way, we’re still impressed.

60,000 Dominoes, 12 Seconds

60,000 Dominoes, 12 Seconds

We’ve seen some pretty big domino arrangements, but they usually take their time falling down. Domino master FlippyCat came up with a way to destroy 65 hours of work in just seconds.

Largest Domino Spiral

Largest Domino Spiral

While watching 30,000 individual dominoes topple in a perfect spiral sounds exciting, we’d say it’s more of a relaxing, meditative experience from this 9-minute-long, record-breaking setup.

Largest Domino Pyramid. Almost.

Largest Domino Pyramid. Almost.

Annodomino2007 spent 30 hours total working on his huge domino pyramid. It was 96% complete, with just 439 dominoes yet to be placed out of the 13,482 total. But, dominoes being dominoes…

Meta Dominoes

Meta Dominoes

We’ve certainly seen our share of dominoes falling over, but we’ve gotta hand it to Flippycat for carefully stacking these giant dominoes made out of 30,000 smaller dominoes.

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68 Domino Techniques

68 Domino Techniques

68 seems such a random number, but we’re not going to knock ShanesDominoez for that. Each technique is unique and has all kinds of formations and props, from soda cans to scotch tape.

Operation: Dominoes

Operation: Dominoes

Be careful with that funny bone! Watch out for that spare rib! One false move and not only will you kill this giant patient, but you’ll also knock over thousands of dominoes.

LEGO Domino Row Builder

LEGO Domino Row Builder

Matthias Wandel’s LEGO Domino Row Builder is a true DIY: he not only made the builder using LEGO bricks and a tape deck motor, but cut the dominoes himself (he’s a woodworker).

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