His new work takes the sticks and transforms them into a Rube Goldberg machine of sorts. The video, which recently passed 100,000 views, shows a maze of Popsicle sticks are arranged into an intricate pattern.
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Then, a dramatic chain reaction begins, similar to watching a row of dominos fall over. In this case, the Popsicle sticks launch off the ground, propelled forward in a cascading wave.
"This is an unofficial world record & personal world record! I wish I could have made it all cobra weave but as I have learned from the past I need more room thats why its mostly ortho weave," he explains on his YouTube page. "I counted the sticks 3 times to make sure I was correct. There are exactly 13,654 sticks!"
The thousands of sticks travel from one room to another, leaping off the ground and transforming the intricately designed patterns into entirely new formations.
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Even cooler, once the cycle is complete, the video kicks into rewind, allowing you to see the structure rebuild itself back to the beginning in a way that showcases just how eye catching this display is.
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