This person invested 5 years constructing this world record domino robotic

Mark Rober, the previous NASA engineer who constructs all those plan burglar shine bombs, invested 5 years developing this robotic that establishes dominoes. Not just does it established dominoes, however it establishes, like, a great deal of them. Obviously a world record quantity at 100 k over 24 hours.

The robotic is undoubtedly very remarkable and much better than anything I’ll ever integrate in my whole life, I simply want the dominoes really linked and weren’t simply several inapplicable rows that require to be separately pressed. Can you actually call it 100 k dominoes if you need to press like a hundred rows to get the entire thing down? It needs to just actually count if the whole thing can be overturned with a single domino. And, yes, this quibble is originating from a person who could not establish twenty dominoes without mistakenly knocking them over and most likely setting your house on fire.

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