Watch: Robot places 100,000 dominoes to create a stunning ‘Super Mario Bros.’ mural

YouTuber Mark Rober answered our prayers for a Super Mario Kart mural made entirely from dominoes. Rober posted his latest creative invention to YouTube, a domino placing robot that is ten times faster than any human. The robot took Rober five years and the help of three friends to develop and perfect. In the clip, the robot, Dom, short for Dominator, goes head-to-head with Lily Hevesh, domino artist and YouTuber, demonstrating the robot’s superiority over humans. Unfortunately for Hevesh, Dom doesn’t get tired or have to go to the bathroom. Dom then lays out 100,000 dominoes in just 24 hours, creating a Super Mario Bros. mural that fills an entire warehouse. The video ends with a final ode to Super Mario Bros., koopa shells knock over all 100,000 dominoes which is unsurprisingly satisfying. …

YouTuber Mark Rober answered our prayers for a Super Mario Kart mural made entirely from dominoes. 

Rober posted his latest creative invention to YouTube, a domino placing robot that is ten times faster than any human.

The robot took Rober five years and the help of three friends to develop and perfect. 

In the clip, the robot, Dom, short for Dominator, goes head-to-head with Lily Hevesh, domino artist and YouTuber, demonstrating the robot’s superiority over humans. Unfortunately for Hevesh, Dom doesn’t get tired or have to go to the bathroom. 

Dom then lays out 100,000 dominoes in just 24 hours, creating a Super Mario Bros. mural that fills an entire warehouse. 

The video ends with a final ode to Super Mario Bros., koopa shells knock over all 100,000 dominoes which is unsurprisingly satisfying.

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