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Screenlinked Dominoes

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Between 20,000 to 25,000 dominoes fall in short scenes called “screenlinks” — separate tricks that are then edited together to make it look like one longer setup. Filmed by two domino artists, half of the tricks were set up in the United States by Hevesh5 and the other half were set up by millionendollarboy in Germany.

In the archives: more chain reactions, including this amazing lesson in domino physicsthis recent 275,000 dominoes Guinness World Record, and 2,131 books at the Seattle Public Library.

via @Tinybop.

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