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Hevesh5

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.

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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.

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.

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