- [YouTube] How to make a better domino fallback
My very first video on YouTube. The secret is that you DON’T place the dominos at the end of the row on the side, but instead quite normal, forward. Try it, it will work more often than limelron’s version (who, of course, has invented most of it though).
- [YouTube] Rolling Stones (Weirdest domino turn ever)
It took several days to develop this trick, and almost the same time to think of a name for it… I think they kind of “roll off”, so they are “rolling stones” :D If you know a better name, just tell me. Click here for a tutorial video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wTKIzkWtuf8
- [YouTube] Small test (new domino invention)
This was intended as a preview of a video with variations of this trick – the thing is just that the variations didn’t work as planned… As far as I know, this trick is new, but I’m a bit puzzled because it’s so simple that I can’t really imagine no one else has stumbled across it by now. Please give me a video link if you have already seen this somewhere. Also, what could I call this trick? Suggestions are welcome :-)
- [YouTube] Tutorial for joasten: Crosscorners
Very sloppily made again, I hope it’s clear enough. Does anybody know a name for this trick?
- [YouTube] Flat Sonimod
A new invention of mine. Music was replaced using AudioSwap and is now: Deepgrove – Mardi Gras
- [YouTube] Ten direction changers
All these techniques have been invented by DominoDayser, MTCtim or me. So if you’ve done one of them before, but never posted it, please don’t write comments like “I DID THAT BEFORE!” ;) Music was replaced using AudioSwap and is now MG! – Veggies
- [YouTube] New Domino Trick The Jumper
Is this a new trick? pls post a comment;-) and don´t forget to subscribe
- [YouTube] New way to topple a circle field
This morning, I searched for a better way to topple a circle from inside, and I was successful. I haven’t tried it with other types of stones yet, please give me a feedback.
- [YouTube] The Pirouette (see description)
Original video of the trick used in the Rain Dance in the Africa Project of Domino Day 2009. I have invented this technique and Weijers Domino Productions had my permission to use it. Video responses with improvements are welcome. Music: Vaclav Smetana – The Moldau (AudioSwap version, that’s why the end is rather unlucky…) For those who haven’t noticed it: The video is IRONIC :P
- [YouTube] Tutorial for sprmcmmndr Revolving doors
Someone with the neat username sprmcmmndr asked me for a video explaining this invention of mine.
- [YouTube] Bring (Domino)Steine ins Rollen Mach dein X!
Zweitplatziertes Video beim “Mach dein X”-Wettbewerb des Deutschen Bundestages. Second placed video of the German Parliament’s contest “Mach dein X”. THANKS EVERYBODY! Herzlichen Glückwunsch an Grotten0lm zum ersten Preis, den dieses Video auch mehr als verdient hat: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC2An0RlEVo Und an DudesAThomeBlog, die Dritte wurden: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yq8leWYYSGk Insgesamt sind 5436 Dominosteine enthalten (die ich übrigens ohne jegliche Art von Hilfsmittel aufgebaut habe). Musik: Kevin MacLeod – Exotic Battle; das Stück ist kostenlos und legal zum Herunterladen verfügbar auf www.incompetech.com GEHT WÄHLEN – wir sollten in Deutschland froh sein, dass wir es können! Wer nicht weiß, wen er wählen soll, für den lohnt sich ein Besuch auf http://wahlomat.de – dort kann man anhand eines Fragebogens zu seinen politischen Positionen die Übereinstimmung mit sämtlichen Parteiprogrammen ermittlen. Der Test ist recht zuverlässig, er hat mir ziemlich genau die Reihenfolge ausgespuckt, die ich erwartet hatte ;-) * * * For my English-speaking viewers: This is my entry to a video competition hosted by the German Parliament; it was called “Mach dein X!” (“Make your X!”) and was a reaction on the alarmingly shrinking popularity of elections in our country. On September 27, a new Parliament was going to be elected, and so the task to do in the contest was to motivate the viewers to go vote on that day. The video should include an X, like a cross on the ballot paper – created in a way you can imagine. I came to think of domino ;-) By the way, only 71% of the Germans did vote on September 27. That’s the lowest percentage on Bundestag elections ever. With 5436 dominoes, this is the biggest single project I’ve ever built. Music: Kevin MacLeod – Exotic Battle, free and legal download at www.incompetech.com
- [YouTube] It’s DC time!
I got the parts for 49 Direction Changers for my birthday! Finally. Thanks to my mother for producing the parts and to my sister (YouTube name “leysing”, by the way) for helping me putting them together ;-) And before that, the CDT team had already borrowed me nine of their DC’s (which are far better quality, by the way… I’m not cut out for being a craftmaker). So these are some fun tricks you can do with DC’s. Video responses with more variations are welcome… and so are ratings and comments, too ;-) The bottom part of the DC’s is 1 cm thick, 4 cm wide, and 8 cm long (= about 0.4 x 1.6 x 3.1 inches), the upper part 1 cm x 2 cm x 12 cm (0.4 x 0.8 x 4.7 inches). Music: Kevin MacLeod – Corncob; free and legal download at http://www.incompetech.com
- [YouTube] Tricks with Domino Express
I’m having a “cleanout” of videos that include copyrighted music at the moment, that’s why I’m re-uploading this one – with self-written music instead of Manu Chao’s. Please rate, thanks.