The complex timing and physics mechanisms used within these Unconventional Domino Tricks, a collaboration between domino artist Hevesh5 and chain reaction YouTuber Kaplamino, are really surprising. Hevesh5 explains:
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This type of domino video is called a domino “screenlink” where each clip is built separately, then edited together to make it appear like one continuous chain reaction. Kaplamino and I live in different countries, so it was impossible to do it all in one take. Doing this video as a screenlink was simply a way for us to make a collab video together. The first half the video was built by me, then at 1:44 it switches over to Kaplamino. What was your favorite trick?
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