If you want to fold the world’s best paper airplane, how do you know it’s the best? Watch the video: In 2012, former Cal Berkeley quarterback Joe Ayoob officially broke the Guinness World Record by flying a John Collins designed paper airplane 69.14 meters (226 feet, 10 inches) — that’s 5.95 meters or 19 feet, 6 inches farther than the previous record. Now try to break Ayoob’s record…
For more DIY folding, check out more of Collins’ work in his book The New World Champion Paper Airplane Book: Featuring the Guinness World Record-Breaking Design, with Tear-Out Planes to Fold and Fly.
Related DIY: foldnfly.com, a database of paper airplanes with easy to follow folding instructions.
Related DIY on this site: How to make a paper airplane that flies far – Strike Eagle and How to make an Air Surfing Foam Walkalong Glider.
via Boing Boing.
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