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MAKING A GIANT PAPER CRANE! (Time Lapse)
 
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Enjoy This Video?! Check out my Origami Playlist HERE: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4233A6440287E5CA My friend Rich and I taped together 48 printer sheets of dimension 8.5" x 11" into a 66x68 large sheet (No.. it's not a perfect square :-P) in order to make a giant crane. Had a lot of fun doing it :-) It took us roughly 40 minutes to do, the taping part was the most time consuming, folding not so much. Special thanks to Rich for helping me make this and filming :-) Check out his channel at http://YouTube.com/RichsMethods My Main Channel: http://YouTube.com/RobTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/RobH0629 Song: "Wind of Hope" from Pond5.com used with permission and license.
Views: 473871 Rob's World
Rob's Random Obstacle Course (1 Min Challenge)
 
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This is a sort of random video of me first walking on my hands across the carpet, then attempt to shoot 5 pool balls into the pocket. After that, I jump over a pool stick and solve a 3x3 Rubik's cube. I then juggle the solved cube with 2 other cubes (the V-Cube 5 and V-Cube 7). Since I am thinking about joining the circus (joking...) I figured I would first show you guys my act :-D Learn How to solve a Rubik's Cube! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yU-EwlRRvc Thanks for watching. Don't forget to comment, rate, and subscribe to my videos!
Views: 138192 Rob's World
BATTLE OF WEAPONS...YOU CHOOSE!
 
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Link to Crossbow: http://youtu.be/I5AZZiA2yUM As new additions to the arsenal are being made, the choice must be made for the next tutorial! Comment below to whether you want to see: 1) Craft Stick Catapult 2) Super Spoon Stick Catapult 3) Crossbow Dowel Shooter You can VOTE HERE: http://strawpoll.me/2646678 Thanks for watching and don't forget to comment, rate, subscribe! :-) Link to Channel: http://YouTube.com/RobTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Google+ http://Plus.Google.com/+RobH0629
Views: 404093 Rob's World
Rubik's Cube Solve 16.34 and Update!
 
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Hey guys, finally had some time to try to make a video. Been practicing the 3x3 a little bit and happened to get this solve on camera (along with other much slower ones). I got a PLL skip while solving the last layer, so that cut probably over 5 seconds off of my time. I had a really easy cross and easy F2L cases also. Other than that, school has been keeping me occupied. Had some tests over the last couple weeks, have a little bit of down time, so thinking of making some new videos. I know the origami has been pretty popular, so I definitely would like to do more of those videos. Let me know what you'd like to see me make next and I will try to get a new video out very soon! Thanks for watching..
Views: 252328 Rob's World
How to Make an Easy Paper Wallet (Origami) - Rob's World
 
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Join my Friends :-) https://goo.gl/4zBkKs Enjoy This video?! Check out my Origami Playlist HERE! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA This is a simple paper wallet I designed using a 8.5" x 11" (Letter Sized) paper. You can also use two sheets stacked on top of each other if you want to make an even thicker, more durable version. NO cutting, tearing, glue, or tape is required, HOWEVER if you do want to put two small pieces of tape on the tabs, it will make sure it never comes apart. Sorry my PO Box is temporarily Shut down :-( Thanks to all who sent. Do NOT send mail to the address even if you still have it as it will get returned to sender. Thank you. Thanks to CyberToons for making the new introduction! http://www.Youtube.com/CyberToons Thank you all for the comments on my YouTube and Facebook! http://www.Facebook.com/TheRobWorld Let me know if you'd like to see a design for what I showed at the end (No spoilers here! :-P) Thanks so much, Rob Main Channel: http://YouTube.com/c/RobsWorld Merch: http://www.districtlines.com/Robs-World Google+: http://Google.com/+RobsWorld #RobsWorld #FunCreations
Views: 1146199 Rob's World
How to Make an Origami Dollar Ring (Moneygami)
 
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Join my World :-) https://goo.gl/4zBkKs Enjoy This Video?! Check out my Origami Playlist HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA ***PLEASE NOTE: Making this model does NOT ruin or destroy the dollar in any way! It is simply being folded, there are NO tears or cuts being made in the dollar. You can always unfold it and straighten it out, or better yet give it to someone in ring form as a gift :-) In this video I explain in extreme detail for beginners how to make an Origami ring from a dollar bill and give a quick way you can make it from paper. I do recommend that you use a simple $1 bill because I think it fits the nicest. However, any other American bills will work, yet larger bill numbers for $10, $20, $50, or $100 usually get cut off from the top portion of the ring. I am aware that I have viewers from other countries who may not have American bills handy, so I quickly explain a way you can make this using regular printer paper. I give the dimensions: Length: 15.5 cm Width: 6 cm Also, HERE are the measurements for where you should make the folds on a piece of PAPER. ALL measurements are from the very LEFT side of the paper and indicate where to fold as instructed in the video. NOTE THAT THESE MEASUREMENTS MAY NOT FIT YOU OR WORK PERFECTLY** Please experiment with your paper, this is only to get a general idea. First fold (left "border" of 1) - 0.25" or about 7mm Second fold (right "border" of 1) - about 1" or 2.5 cm Third (between O and F) - 3.75" or 9.5 cm - remember this is where the BOTTOM edge of the paper should be as demonstrated in the video* Thanks for watching and be sure to comment, rate, and subscribe to my videos! :-) -Rob Main Channel: http://YouTube.com/c/RobsWorld Google+ http://Google.com/+RobsWorld Shirts: http://www.districtlines.com/Robs-World Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheRobWorld Origami Dollar Bill Ring Rob's World Easy Simple Tutorial #RobsWorld #FunCreations #Moneygami
Views: 4240876 Rob's World
How to Make an EPIC Triple Ninja Star! (Tri-Star) - Rob's World
 
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Subscribe Here :-) https://goo.gl/4zBkKs Enjoy This Video? Check out my Origami Playlist HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA My 100th video!! :-D Here I show how to make the Triple Ninja Star (a.k.a. The Tri-Blade, or Tri-Star!), a 3-pointed Shuriken which you can throw around the world :- This is a really awesome modular origami ninja star which flies very well and far! As you can see in the video, Jeremy throws it all the way from California to New York! :-P To make it, you'll need 3 square sheets of paper. I use 8.5" x 11" letter sized which I convert into a square, but you can use origami paper as well. If you are using origami paper, be sure to start with the WHITE side (plain side) facing UP. Once we create 3 modular units, we can join them together to form the Tri-Star! Grab your paper and try it out! :-) If you do make it, post a picture on my Facebook (http://Facebook.com/TheRobWorld) Thanks to those who already have! :-) Sorry my PO Box is temporarily Shut down :-( Thanks to all who sent. Do NOT send mail to the address even if you still have it as it will get returned to sender. Thank you. This model was designed by Jeremy Shafer (JeremyShaferOrigami) Check Out Jeremy's Tutorial for this Here: https://youtu.be/uXH8YGmS6ZQ Main Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/c/RobsWorld Google+ http://Google.com/+RobsWorld Merch: http://districtlines.com/Robs-World Twitter: http://twitter.com/TheRobWorld Introduction by CyberToons: http://www.YouTube.com/CyberToons #RobsWorld #FunCreations
Views: 2353382 Rob's World
Origami Gift Box with Cover (Easy) - Rob's World
 
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Subscribe Here :-) https://goo.gl/4zBkKs Enjoy this Video?! Check out my Origami Playlist HERE! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA In this video, I will explain another way to make an easy Origami Gift Box, or Paper Box. This is a classic model, also known as the Masu Box. It is great for giving gifts or presents, especially this time of year. You will need two square sheets of paper. Using either printer paper, origami paper, newspaper, or even gift wrap, you can combine the two sheets together to make a box with a lid. Have fun and be creative, recycled gifts are always appreciated! My cat Leela likes to get special gifts in here ;-) Hope you all have a wonderful break and holiday season! I now have a P.O. Box Address you can send things to me at: Rob's World 1314 5th Avenue P.O. Box #1142 Bay Shore, NY 11706 Google Voice # If you want to send any texts my way :-) NOTE: Currently unavailable, sorry :-/ Main Channel: http://YouTube.com/RobTV Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheRobWorld Google+ http://google.com/+RobsWorld Twitter: http://Twitter.com/TheRobWorld #RobsWorld #FunCreations
Views: 1532107 Rob's World
TRAINED EVIL KITTY! - Rob's World
 
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So I'm back with a new video.. What have I been doing for the last two months? Well... many different things, mostly schoolwork. I keep getting distracted by my cat, Leela ;-) Main Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/RobTV Google+ http://www.google.com/+RobsWorld Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/RobH0629
Views: 754706 Rob's World
How to Make a Paper Crane (Origami) - Rob's World
 
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Like this Vid? Check out the entire series HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA Explains how to turn a piece of printer paper into an origami crane. It involves some new and advanced folds which I go through step by step on how to perform. Hope you enjoy! Traditionally, the Japanese crane is expanded at the very end, although I usually prefer not to do this. To do this, you can perform the following: 1) Just grab each wing and pull them gently apart until the middle part inflates or expands, or 2) try blowing on the bottom of the crane to inflate it that way (doesn't work as well for me). NOTE: This is NOT an action model, meaning it does NOT FLAP, nor is it supposed to. To make a FLAPPING BIRD please see the link below*** Want to make a BIRD THAT FLAPS?? Click this link below!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZbZJEgFEDw&feature=relmfu Main Channel: http://YouTube.com/RobTV Google+ http://Google.com/+RobH0629 Shirts: http://www.districtlines.com/Robs-World Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheRobWorld
Views: 7673564 Rob's World
How to Make a Double Ninja Star (DIST-8) - Rob's World
 
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Join My Friends :-) https://goo.gl/4zBkKs Enjoy This Video?! Check out my Origami Playlist HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA So it seems most people wanted to see the Double paper Ninja Star (Shuriken), or the DIST-8. So here's the tutorial. BUT I DID THE HEART TOO!!! :-) Click This Link!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEjGNo1C8cQ&feature=list_related&playnext=1&list=SP4233A6440287E5CA In this tutorial, I will show you how to make a Transforming Double Ninja Star. I first explain how to first make two Single-Sided Ninja Stars, which have a sleeve on the back. These type of ninja stars only interlock on one side (hence the name), and are made by two pieces that are exactly the same. I also have a tutorial for the Double-Sided Ninja Star, which interlocks on both sides. You can find that tutorial by clicking this link below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r49V-J6Ikt4&feature=relmfu Main Channel: http://YouTube.com/RobTV Google+ http://Google.com/+RobsWorld Shirts: http://www.districtlines.com/Robs-World Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheRobWorld #RobsWorld #FunCreations
Views: 6987339 Rob's World
How to Make an Origami Beating Heart
 
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Enjoy This Video?! Check out my Origami Playlist HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA So I said I wouldn't get it out in time for Valentine's Day.. well I guess I lied then. Here's the Origami Beating heart for those of you who were interested in making it. I hope that you enjoy it and possibly even give it as a gift to someone special. Thank you very much for watching and supporting my channel and hope to see you all soon! -Rob Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/RobH0629 #RobsWorld #FunCreations
Views: 1868898 Rob's World
The MEGA Mini Magic Ball Challenge! | Time Lapse
 
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Watch How I made a Giant Paper Crane HERE: https://youtu.be/eVvJduBLaVY Since the last video, I've been practicing making the Origami Magic Ball and Mini Magic Ball specifically. In this TIME LAPSE video, I show the process of making a Super Jumbo Giant Mega Mini Magic Ball! I used 24 printer sheets taped together! Leela likes the Magic Ball for scratching her face :-) Be sure to comment below if you enjoyed the video and if you definitely want to see the Mini Magic Ball and I'll work on the tutorial. NOTE: I would NOT show how to make the one I did in this video, just the regular Mini Magic Ball (the one I held). My Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/RobsWorld Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/TheRobWorld Instagram: http://www.Instagram.com/TheRobWorld Google+: http://www.Google.com/+RobsWorld #RobsWorld #FunCreations #MagicBall
Views: 79111 Rob's World
How to Make a Transforming Ninja Star! (8-Pointed)
 
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Join my Team :-) https://goo.gl/4zBkKs Enjoy This Video?! Check out my Origami Playlist HERE: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4233A6440287E5CA I explain in this tutorial how to create the Transforming, a.k.a. 8-pointed Paper Ninja Star or Shuriken. It is a type of Modular Origami Model in which we will interlock or join 8 smaller Modular Units (pieces) to get a larger one. This model was designed by Robert Neale. All that is required is 8 small square sheets of paper. I am using 9cm x 9cm dimension paper I found in staples, but any Post-It notes should work fine. Smaller origami paper should work well also. However, I don't recommend using origami paper because it is thinner and flimsy, becomes wrinkled and comes apart much faster. If you want to use printer paper, that is fine (but you will wind up wasting a bit). Just make the printer paper into a square, like I do in my other origami tutorials. Then split that square into 4 pieces (fold in half both ways and cut/tear). Either that or you can use each sheet of converted printer paper as one modular unit and make a LARGE transforming ninja star! (see some of my VIDEO RESPONSES) Thanks for watching and be sure to comment, rate (Like) and subscribe! :-) -Rob Main Channel: http://YouTube.com/RobTV Google+ http://Google.com/+RobsWorld Shirts: http://www.districtlines.com/Robs-World Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheRobWorld #RobsWorld #FunCreations
Views: 10894767 Rob's World
How to Make an Origami Christmas Tree (Modular)
 
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Hope you had a great holiday and New Years! I would have liked to have this model out a bit earlier, but either way, the Origami Tree is fun to make any time :-) It is a type of modular origami model, which is made up from smaller pieces which fit into each other. This is a nice looking 3-D (3D) model that is great for the holidays! I will show you how to make the Origami Tree (designed by Sachiko Kogure) from 3 sheets of Printer paper (8.5" x 11"). We need to make 5 different sized squares from which we will make the top pieces and base from. You can use different sized origami sheets if you have them, only 4 different sizes from large to small are required. If you know how to make the bird base, this should come easy to you because they are made in similar ways. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheRobWorld
Views: 891285 Rob's World
How to Make an Exploding Stick Bomb! (Cobra) - Rob's World
 
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Like This Video? Check out the whole Series HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA In this video, I will show you how to create a type of Stick Bomb, known as the Cobra Weave. This type of weave was designed by Tim Fort, a.k.a the "Kinetic King" (http://youtube.com/lunatim). This is a really awesome thing to make, especially when you're hanging out with friends! I made the stick bomb here with 345 Sticks!! For the tutorial, you will need to purchase Craft Sticks, also known as tongue depressors in the health professions. These sticks are the best to use for the Stick Bomb because they bend nicely. I would not recommend using popsicle sticks because they do not bend as well. For My Impatient Viewers: Tutorial Start: 2:15 End: 7:30 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Shirts: http://www.districtlines.com/Robs-World Channel: http://www.youtube.com/RobTV Intro By: Jorge Farfan http://www.youtube.com/CyberToons #RobsWorld #FunCreations
Views: 1895253 Rob's World
DIST-8 vs. RED BEAST?! (+Leela Kitty)
 
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BOTH TUTORIALS NOW OUT!!!! CLICK THESE LINKS: Double Ninja Star: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VD1OrdP-fA Beating Heart: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEjGNo1C8cQ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/RobH0629
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How to Tie the Ninja Knot! (Ian's Knot) - World's Fastest Knot
 
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In this video I explain how to tie the Ninja Knot, a.k.a. "Ian's Knot". This knot was discovered by Ian Fieggen back sometime in the 90's and was originally uploaded to the internet in 2000. This is the world's fastest way to tie your shoes!! (World's Fastest Shoelace Knot) This knot can be used to tie other things such as pants, or anything that uses a string such as a gown or apron. I use it all the time to tie my scrub pants for dental school and also the disposable gowns we use in the clinic. It is also really great for tying things behind your back--makes it a breeze! Knowing how to use this knot will save you a ton of time in the long run, and prevent trips from those other knots that become loose or knots which you might just forget how to tie altogether (lol :-P). My YouTube Channel: http://YouTube.com/RobTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Ian's Shoelace Site: http://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/index.htm Ian's YouTube Channel: http://Youtube.com/ProfessorShoelace Intro By: Jorge Farfan http://www.youtube.com/CyberToons #RobsWorld #FunCreations
Views: 645473 Rob's World
How to Make a 16-Point Ninja Star (Shuriken)
 
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Secret Link :-) https://goo.gl/4zBkKs Enjoy This Video?! Check out my Origami Playlist HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA The newest addition to the Ninja Star (Shuriken) family, the 16 pointed ninja star-- a Classic Origami Model also called the "Spiky Star". Like the Transforming Ninja Star (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcCS86eikJs), the 16-Pointed Ninja Star is a type of modular origami model. This means that it is made up of smaller modular units which are all identical. Once you make 16 of them, you can then interlock or fit the pieces into one another in order to get the Ninja Star. For this tutorial, I am using Letter Sized Paper (8.5" x 11"), but you can use ANY SIZE square sheet that you'd like. Smaller paper may be a little bit more practical and you can create 4 smaller square sheets from one of the larger 8.5" squares from a sheet of printer paper. You can also throw it a few different ways, backhanded, overhanded, or even like a disc (like in Tron :-D). I show a few throws towards the end (CLICK HERE 8:08). But please be careful with these when throwing them, they can definitely poke an eye out! ;-| Main Channel: http://YouTube.com/RobTV Google+ http://Google.com/+RobH0629 Shirts: http://www.districtlines.com/Robs-World Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheRobWorld Online Instructions: http://www.origami-instructions.com/origami-modular-star.html Thanks for watching! -Rob #RobsWorld #FunCreations
Views: 4437197 Rob's World
How to Make an Origami Rose - Part 1 - The Base
 
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Like this Vid? Check out the entire Series HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA Link to Part 2: Finishing the Rose http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HBAT5k7kekM In this first part, I explain how to change your regular sheet of paper into a square and then the Origami Rose Base. The base is then converted to the Rose in Part 2 of my tutorial. This is a great paper model for Mother's Day or any other time you'd like to show your appreciation towards someone you care about. :-) If you are using origami paper, which has a colored side and a white side, then you want to start the folding with the colored side facing upwards. Origami Paper Valentine's Day Rose Kawasaki Flower #RobsWorld #FunCreations
Views: 1530646 Rob's World
How to Make an Origami Boomerang - Rob's World
 
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Try an Easier Mini Boomerang HERE: https://youtu.be/Mq3Vo-qW52g Join My Friends :-) https://goo.gl/4zBkKs Enjoy This Video? Check out my Whole Series HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA In this latest addition to my origami series, I will show you how to make a paper boomerang (Origami) by Anita Barbour* that really flies back!! To check out my throws, go to 1:02 (click here) in the video. I even show how you can throw TWO of them at the SAME TIME!!! :-) Have you made TWO of these?!! Then do the Super Boomerang NOW!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aT2oZI1Vl64 FAQ: Is this just like a frisbee that you're throwing in such a way that it glides on air and comes back to you....How does this work exactly? A: You're somewhat right, this is obviously not a Wooden boomerang that has what is called an "air foil" design similar to an airplane to cause lift and/or drag, etc. However, this design does have 2 LEADING Edges (which slice the air) and 2 POCKETS (which catch the air), and as it rotates, it uses your throwing force to spin and lift but eventually slows down. Once at a height, it uses gravity to come back and slice the air. For any aeronautical engineers out there that can explain it better, please feel free to e-mail me :-) Thanks! Q: I made it correctly, but why doesn't it fly?! A: You MUST throw it exactly as I show at 12:40 or you Origami Boomerang will NOT come back! Additionally, you want to create a lot of spin so let it roll off the tip of your pointer finger and try angling it up around 30-45 degrees in an area with a lot of space (preferably inside). In the thumbnail, I am actually holding the boomerang upside down (as I had just finished making it at that time) so do not attempt to throw it like that or it will go straight to the ground. This takes patience and practice and took me around 3 tries to get it to fly well. Now I can make it every time and it flies and comes back 100% of the time! Main Channel: http://YouTube.com/RobsWorld Google+ http://Google.com/+RobH0629 Shirts: http://www.districtlines.com/Robs-World Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheRobWorld Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/TheRobWorld In this tutorial, I will explain how to turn a regular sheet of printer paper into an origami boomerang... well actually 2 origami boomerangs!! :-) You will need a simple Letter Sized sheet (8.5 x 11 inches) or an A4 size paper. No tape or anything else is required. I also explain at the end the way we must position the boomerang in order to throw it properly. If it falls to the ground check to see if: 1) It's upside down, refer to 12:40 for the proper way to position it before throwing--it does matter. 2) You may be angling it too far down, which can cause it to not come back all the way--try throwing it upwards at an angle. 3) It's made the correct way and looks just like mine. It takes a bit of practice, and make sure to spin it really fast. Check my "Super Boomerang" Video (Link above) for another demonstration of how it's thrown. This will keep you busy for hours and is fun for all ages. Once you show off your boomerang to friends, they are definitely going to want one! Please refer them to this video if you enjoy! :-) Hope that everyone had a great break and got to spend time with the family :-) It has been a great year! Thanks for watching and don't forget to comment, rate, and subscribe to my videos. Thanks! -Rob **Origami Boomerang** Designed by Anita Barbour Inspired by Yoshino Unemoto Modified by Ryan Naccavato, Bennett Arnstein, Jim Cowling, and John Andrisan Online Instructions: Part 1 - http://www.giladorigami.com/swami/POP/boomerang1.gif Part 2 - http://www.giladorigami.com/swami/POP/boomerang2.gif #RobsWorld #FunCreations
Views: 18929507 Rob's World
How to Make an Origami Butterfly
 
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Join my World :-) https://goo.gl/4zBkKs Like this Vid? Check out the entire series HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA In this tutorial, I explain how to make an origami butterfly (designed by Akira Yoshizawa) out of a sheet of printer paper. We must first make the paper square, and then go on to make what is known as the "Water Bomb Base" or "Paper Balloon Base". After that, we will go on to make the wings and head of the butterfly, finally folding it into the final shape. This tutorial should be regarded as fairly simple and is gone over in detail. Hope you enjoy, and please comment, rate, and subscribe to my videos! Thanks :-) Main Channel: http://YouTube.com/RobTV Google+ http://Google.com/+RobH0629 Shirts: http://www.districtlines.com/Robs-World Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheRobWorld
Views: 7893264 Rob's World
How to Make the Super Boomerang! - Rob's World
 
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Secret Link :-) https://goo.gl/4zBkKs Enjoy This Video?! Check out my Origami Playlist HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA A viewer asks "Is there any way to interlock the origami boomerangs?" Well, there might be, but you should watch the video to find out if it's a good idea. Explains a simple way to "interlock" the Origami boomerangs together. Here is the video for How to Make an Origami Boomerang: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kprLtErg8U FAQ: Can I join two Super Boomerangs together to get an 8 pointed Ultra Mega Super Boomerang?? Answer: You can join two Super Boomerangs together to get an 8 pointed boomerang, but it doesn't fly as well in my opinion. It gets a little too heavy and will bend much more easily-- but try it out if you want. I would use tape because you can take it off easily if you don't like it :-) Can I use something other than tape, like glue, staples, etc.? Answer: Yes, any adhesive would really work. I have found that tape works very well (if not the best) because it creates a nice seal at the areas where you are joining them. Glue would work nicely as well, however you just wouldn't be able to take the boomerangs apart again without ripping them. Staples can work as well. Main Channel: http://YouTube.com/RobsWorld Google+ http://Google.com/+RobH0629 Shirts: http://www.districtlines.com/Robs-World Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheRobWorld #RobsWorld #FunCreations
Views: 6593439 Rob's World
How to Make a Paper Flick Football - Origami
 
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Secret Link :-) https://goo.gl/4zBkKs Enjoy This Video?! Check out my Origami Playlist HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA In this video, I will teach you how to make a Paper Flick Football out of a regular sheet of printer or loose leaf paper. I find that the loose leaf is a lot easier to fold since it is thinner, however, both types of paper will make a good football. FAQ: Q:Why is this called a "football" if it's not round? A: Even though it is shaped like a triangle, it is called a "football" because it uses similar rules to US Football during gameplay. You need to score touchdowns and flick the football to a friend's "Field Goal" post made from their two hands I_I (Field Goal post made from thumb and pointer). More on the game below. Q: I know an easier way to make this. A: So do I, however, I prefer to make it this way. I find it's sturdier and won't ever come undone. Click here to learn the rules of the game! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paper_football #RobsWorld #FunCreations
Views: 3466143 Rob's World
A Day in the Life of Rob (Dental School Student)
 
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Being that I haven't uploaded a video in the past 2 months, I decided to do a little update. In school, I am currently taking Gross Anatomy, Neuroanatomy, Dental Materials II, Restorative Dentistry II, and Periodontology. Gross Anatomy and Restorative dentistry are two classes which require a lot of time. Being that I am on break, I would definitely like to get a video released sometime soon. I will try to go on BlogTV within the next few days, here is my account: http://www.blogtv.com/people/RobOnTV Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/RobH0629
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2 EASY Paper Planes! - Boomerang Glider and Eagle
 
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Subscribe Here :-) https://goo.gl/4zBkKs Enjoy this Video?! Check out my Origami Playlist HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA In this video, I explain how to make the paper airplanes which I call the Boomerang (Bomb) Glider and Eagle. These are two awesome models you can make out of a regular Letter Sized Printer sheet (8.5" x 11"). The Bomb Glider is called that since it requires making a "Water Bomb" base into the paper and then modifying it so it flies. Even so, the Bomb Glider is cool because it can do flips and spins or turns if you modify the wings properly. The Eagle is a model that is a slight variation of the Nakamura Lock plane and thus requires some extra folds. It also flies really well, but doesn't do stunts as much. Main Channel: http://YouTube.com/RobTV Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheRobWorld Google+ http://google.com/+RobH0629 Twitter: http://Twitter.com/TheRobWorld #RobsWorld #FunCreations
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How to Make a Paper Popper! (Easy and Loud) - Rob's World
 
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Fun Creations Playlist: https://.goo.gl/wheX3o Subscribe: https://goo.gl/4zBkKs In this video for my design, I explain how to make an easy paper popper (sometimes called a "flapper" or "banger"). This is a very easy origami model and can be a lot of fun.. and make a lot of noise :-) You'll just need a piece of printer paper (Letter Sized 8.5" x 11" or A4 size) so grab one and let's make it! Extra Help: If your popper is not going off, please see both 5:30 for how to set up the edge so that it pops loudly and properly--and 7:30 will show you why it may not work if you set it too high. Honestly, I've never had a problem making it pop loud. Also: Be sure you are using regular printer paper as I find this works the best! Any questions, leave it in the comment section below--no bad language will be tolerated! Main Channel: Rob's World http://YouTube.com/RobTV Google+ http://Google.com/+RobsWorld Shirts: http://www.districtlines.com/Robs-World Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheRobWorld Merch: http://www.districtlines.com/Robs-World #RobsWorld #FunCreations
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How to Make a Super 8-Point Ninja Star (Compass Star) - Easy
 
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Subscribe :-) https://goo.gl/4zBkKs In this tutorial, I will show how to make a super easy 8-point star, I call the Super Compass Ninja Star because it looks like a compass rose when held in a certain position. This is a type of modular origami model that requires 4 units to be interlocked. You'll need only 2 sheets of square paper, which I make from colored printer sheets (8.5x11"). From there, we will create 4 units by tearing the square in half diagonally and making units from the triangles. Like I say in the tutorial, I recommend making the units smaller by folding the triangles in half, which preserves their shape. BE SURE TO VOTE IN THE VIDEO at: 0:25 to let me know what you want to see next!! Check me out on other social media: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/TheRobWorld Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheRobWorld Google+ http://www.google.com/+RobsWorld #RobsWorld #FunCreations
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How to Solve a 4x4x4 Rubik's Cube - Part 2b - Advanced Edge Pairing
 
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Goes over how to match up multiple edges at a time, allowing you to eventually become faster with practice. This will also allow you to understand the technique necessary for multiple edge pairing in bigger cubes as well, where it really becomes necessary in solving quickly. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT YOU CAN SOLVE THE 4X4 CUBE CONFIDENTLY AND WITHIN 5 MINUTES. Remember, this is an ADVANCED method, so please make sure you are familiar with regular edge pairing first. I explain the "Build Ring" structure, which enables you to match upto 6 edge pairs at a time. Let me know if you have any questions at all and please leave comments and rate the video if you enjoy! Hope this helps you all become faster and more efficient with edge pairing.
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How to Make an Origami Flapping Bird - Rob's World
 
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Secret Link :-) https://goo.gl/4zBkKs Like this Vid? Check out the entire series HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA In this tutorial, I will teach you how to make an Origami Flapping Bird (really flaps!) using a regular sheet of printer paper. If you have any origami or square paper, that would be ideal to use. Making the Origami Flapping Bird is very similar to making the Origami Crane, yet with fewer folds. We must know how to make the Origami Bird Base, from which we can then make the flapping bird. I teach how to make the Bird Base step by step in this tutorial, but if you already know how to make it, you may fast forward to around 5:30. If you already know how to make the Bird Base, you may fast forward to around 5:30 to learn how to convert the bird base into a flapping bird. To make the bird flap, you hold the neck and pull on the tail. As always, please comment, rate and subscribe for notification of my future videos. Post any questions in the comment section and also let me know what else you would like to learn. Thanks for watching! -Rob
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How to Make an Origami Swan (Intermediate) - Rob's World
 
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Join my Friends :-) https://goo.gl/4zBkKs Enjoy This Video?! Check out my Origami Playlist HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA In this tutorial, I will explain how to create the Origami Swan, which was originally designed by Robert J. Lang. This is an intermediate tutorial, in which I go step by step on how to convert your printer paper (if you are using one) into a square, and then finally into the Origami Swan. Some of the later steps creating the head of the swan are TRICKY, but if you are patient and practice you will get them! :-) ALSO** The swan will FLOAT if you put it in water!! :-) Main Channel: http://YouTube.com/RobTV Google+ http://Google.com/+RobH0629 Shirts: http://www.districtlines.com/Robs-World Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheRobWorld #RobsWorld #FunCreations
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Rubik's 4x4 Cube Revenge Solve - Speedsolve 1:54.1
 
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I solve the 4x4 Rubik's Cube Revenge in 1 minute and 54.1 seconds. The cube I am using is an East Sheen brand cube, which I got from eBay in China. I have also bought them from Hawaii (lot better delivery time if you're in the US). Either way, I highly recommend the East Sheen cubes for speedcubing.
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LIGHT UP SOUND CUBE! - Rob's World
 
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So I'm back from the dead.. or maybe I'm Walking Dead (one of my favorite shows). Either way, here's my latest video. Goes over some various things I have obtained and done in the time I've been away from making videos. Got some new Poweriser Jumping Stilts, very cool but definitely dangerous. The Light Up Sound Cube is also known as a Wireless Portable EL Panel for a T-shirt. It can be worn as a necklace or Velcro'd to a T-shirt. Try searching "Wireless EL T-Shirts" to check them out! :-) New Store: http://www.districtlines.com/Robs-World To Everyone: If you buy a shirt and post a video (preferably in response to this one), I will feature you in my next video! :-) Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/therobworld Jorge's Channel: http://www.youtube.com/CyberToons Check out my buddy Peter Pot: http://www.youtube.com/ThePeterPot Vic's Channel: http://www.youtube.com/supergooddeal
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How to Solve a Rubik's Cube - Part 4 - Top Cross
 
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Link to Step 5 - Complete the Top Face http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnCh0bfaZ9U A tutorial on how to solve the top cross. The algorithm we must know for this step is: F T R Ti Ri Fi. (i = the inverse move or counter-clockwise a quarter turn) Official/Standard Notation: F U R Ui Ri Fi *IMPORTANT* If you DO NOT see one of the patterns above here, meaning you may only see two pieces together, or a small T instead of a full cross, YOU MUST do this. Take apart the top layer of the cube and completely solve the cube. This only happens if the cube was taken apart at one point or if pieces popped out and were not put back properly (IT DOES MATTER!!). Once you fix the cube, you will never have this problem again and you can then go on to solve it normally! Thank you. *NOTE* There are obviously many different algorithms for solving the cube, especially the last layer of the Rubik's Cube. The algorithms I have chosen are the ones which produce results and patterns that I feel are easiest for a beginner to recognize and memorize. I also use the letter T for the "Top" or "Up" face, but please note that U is the "official" letter for the Upper face. This is really irrelevant as far as performing the algorithm, as long as you know when to turn the top face, you can call it whatever you like. Looking on the top face, after the bottom two layers are completed, you should see one of FOUR different patterns. IMPORTANT**For this step, the YELLOW CORNER pieces do NOT matter. We are ONLY looking at YELLOW EDGE pieces and also the center yellow piece on top. The four different patterns for the top yellow face are: One yellow center piece, a horizontal line, an L shape, or a cross. **IMPORTANT** The cube must be held in certain ways in order to perform the algorithm, so please view the video diagram to make sure you are performing the move correctly. ONCE YOU HOLD THE PATTERN ON THE TOP FACE CORRECTLY, THE FACE THAT IS CLOSEST TO YOU (FACING YOU DIRECTLY) IS NOW THE FRONT FACE! how to solve a rubik's rubiks rubix rubics cube 3x3 tutorial rubik's help step by speed speedsolve solving unscramble fix learn simple easy easiest quick lesson cross fridrich petrus 3x3x3 4x4 5x5 revenge professor method algorithm beginners solution walk through guide
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How to Make an Origami Spiky Balloon!
 
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Enjoy this Video?! Check out my Origami Playlist HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA In this video, I get cleaned up before explaining how to make a Spiky Balloon, originally called the "Stellated Octahedron" designed by Sam Ciulla, that you can blow up. When inflated, it is top heavy and will "flip" or turn if oriented properly. It requires we use a square piece of paper, which can be converted from an 8.5 x 11" paper (Letter size) or you may use origami paper. As we precrease the paper numerous times, it will allow us to create a Spiky Balloon! Next Video: Spinning Windows - A Modular Origami Model https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9BDyi6-zn4 Main Channel: http://YouTube.com/RobTV Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheRobWorld Google+ http://google.com/+RobsWorld Twitter: http://Twitter.com/TheRobWorld #RobsWorld #FunCreations
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5x5x5 V-Cube 5 Solve - 2:34.63
 
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Hey guys, I just bought a portable tripod, so I decided to try out a new camera angle. Let me know what you think. This is my new PB as of now (3/5/09) A good solve for me. I am aiming for about 2:30 right now, I just need to work on the edge pairing some more (maybe the final solve too..sigh :-P ). This is using the Frank Morris edge pairing method (Yes, I am planning on making a tutorial in the future) I got a little nervous towards the end and a piece popped out, so it did cost me a little bit of time. No parity errors either for this solve. Thanks for watching!
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My BiRTHDAY Glasses!
 
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I'm back from school for summer break :-D
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How to Solve a 5x5x5 Rubik's Cube - Part 4 - Parity Errors
 
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Looking to see how to solve the bigger Cubes as a 3x3? Click THIS LINK to see my Video Explaining it! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hp1afuuZ5HE Unsure of how to solve a 3x3 Rubik's Cube? Check out my 3x3 Tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yU-EwlRRvc Want to see a faster way to solve the case at 6:30? Check out this video and GO TO TIME POINT 13:20 :-) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8flc9471b8o Goes over the 3 main types of parity errors you will encounter while pairing edge pieces on the 5x5 cube, the single edge flip, the edge swap, and checkerboard patterns. You will only need to know two algorithms in order to correct the parity errors, and you should already know the first one since it is also used to solve the 4x4 parity error. The first parity case I go over is one where we have one middle edge piece which is flipped. The algorithm I give you does not actually flip that single middle edge piece alone, but flips the two outer edge pieces over so they are the same orientation as the middle piece. The algorithm we use to correct this is the same algorithm we used in the 4x4 Tutorial for fixing the PLL parity error which occurred when solving the top cross. It is: (Rr)2 B2 U2 (Ll) U2 (Rr)' U2 (Rr) U2 F2 (Rr) F2 (Ll)' B2 (Rr)2 ________________________________________ The second type of parity case is one where we have two outer/wing edge pieces which have switched places. That algorithm we will be using is: (Ll)' U2 (Ll)' U2 F2 (Ll)' F2 (Rr) U2 (Rr)' U2 (Ll)2 ________________________________________ The third type of parity error is basically a mix of the first two errors we see and can be solved using both the above algorithms, and also an algorithm used to solve the 4x4 edge parity. HOWEVER, to keep to the simplicity of only having to memorize ONE additional algorithm and because this is a RARE case, we are only going to use the 2nd algorithm, which I call the "Edge Switcher". You can see the full set of algorithms at http://www.bigcubes.com/5x5x5/lastedges.html Once you have fixed all parity errors, you will then find that you can solve the 5x5 cube EXACTLY like a 3x3. What does that mean? It means that the 3x3 center block is identical to the 3x3 cube center. Each 3x1 tredge piece is identical to ONE 3x3 cube edge pieces. Knowing that, you can go on to do the cross, place the middle edge pieces, and complete the top layer. If you would like a demonstration, I solve the 4x4 exactly like a 3x3 in my "How to Solve a 4x4 Rubik's Cube - Step 3 - Parity Errors" video on my channel playlist for the 4x4 cube. You can fast forward to 1:00 and watch from there for the demonstration. If you can solve a 4x4 cube like a 3x3, however, then you should have little to no difficulty in solving the 5x5 either. There are also NO LAST LAYER Parity errors to worry about when solving the 5x5 cube as a 3x3. It is ready to go! Hope you found this tutorial helpful! As always please leave comments and/or questions if you have them and rate the video if you enjoy. Thanks for watching! How-To How To Solve a the 5x5 5x5x5 Rubik's Rubiks Rubix Rubics Rubick Cube Parity Errors Edge Edges Pair Pairing Professor Tutorial beginners Lesson Fast Faster Quickly Intermediate Advanced speed speedsolve fast faster placing centers Method edge pairing tredges 3x3 3x3x3 4x4x4 4x4 fridrich petrus algorithm parity errors help Erno Rubik 2 3 4 5 6 gen quicker quickly advanced match case world record
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5x5 V-cube 5 Solve - 3:30.40 minutes - Speedsolve
 
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The first day I got the V-cube 5 I beat my previous 5x5 record by nearly 30 seconds. That says a lot for the stability and quality of the V-cube 5. Check out my new review of the V-cube 5 and my other review of the V-cube 6 and 7 on my channel. This was overall not the greatest solve, I got 3 parity errors and stumbled a bit when solving as a 3x3. Hopefully I will break the 3 minute barrier soon with the V-cube. Thanks for watching!
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How to Make a 3D Secret Heart Locket
 
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Hey everyone, hope you're doing well! For Valentine's Day, I figured this Heart Locket, designed by Gay Merrill Gross, would be an awesome one to display. It's really awesome in that it's not only a really cool gift that you can wear, but it also has a secret inside compartment you can put a message, picture, small present or whatever you'd like. You can use multiple different types of paper, including Origami Paper, Colored Letter Size Paper, Gift Wrap or any other square sheet you'd like. Social Media: Main Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/RobsWorld Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/TheRobWorld Instagram: http://www.Instagram.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheRobWorld #RobsWorld #FunCreations
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How to Make the Super Ninja Star (6-Pointed Shuriken)
 
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In this tutorial, I explain how to interlock the single sided Ninja Stars in order to make the Super Shuriken or Ninja Star Frisbee. Please know that this is my own design and there are other ways of making a "ninja frisbee". There are multiple ways of connecting the ninja stars so you should try to make your own design also! Once you are able to interlock them, you can show it off or try to throw it. It won't always stay together very well so tape may be added to hold things in place better. Have fun with your shuriken! Main Channel: http://YouTube.com/RobTV Google+ http://Google.com/+RobH0629 Shirts: http://www.districtlines.com/Robs-World Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheRobWorld
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AMAZING Portrait of Rob! ft. ThePortraitArt  - Rob's World
 
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LINK http://youtube-global.blogspot.com/2011/12/meet-december-on-rise-nominees-and-vote.html UPDATE: 12/12/11 @8:00PM - ThePortraitArt WON!!! Great job everyone who voted for him, you are truly awesome. He definitely deserves this! :-) His Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/ThePortraitArt This is a portrait my friend drew of me for my birthday. He is a truly gifted artist and does really amazing "speed drawing" videos on his channel. Please check out his channel and vote for him in the contest above and I will feature 10 comments from this video if you do vote for him! Thank you so much for everything. I have been busy in school but will have a break coming up soon and will promise to get some more videos out! -Rob Song Name: "One Shot One Kill" from Pond5.com used with permission and license.
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How to Make a Paper Balloon (Water Bomb) - Origami
 
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Subscribe Here :-) https://goo.gl/4zBkKs Enjoy This Video?! Check out my Origami Playlist HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA In this video, I explain how to make a Paper Balloon, also known as the Water Bomb. All that is required is a piece of printer paper (any size should work). Scissors are optional, but make things a little easier if the paper is not already square. WATER BOMB - To make this a water bomb: COLOR the OUTSIDE of the water bomb near the bottom (opposite the blowing hole) once you finish with a crayon or other type of wax material. Open up the small hole with a pencil to make it wider. Then, create a slow, fine stream of water at the sink. Try not to get the outside of the balloon wet when filling. Do NOT fill the balloon too much, or it will leak faster. THROW IT at someone :-) ... not in the house though... bye. Let me know what you guys think by commenting and rating! Thanks for watching. Main Channel: http://YouTube.com/RobTV Google+ http://Google.com/+RobH0629 Shirts: http://www.districtlines.com/Robs-World Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheRobWorld
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How to Make Mini Origami Fireworks (Spinning Star!)
 
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Hey everyone, hope you're enjoying the New Year in 2019 so far. In this video, I'm going to show you a cool way I found to make a Mini Infinity Firework that spins forever and is BETTER than a Hexaflexagon! This was inspired by my Transforming Infinity Kaleidoscope video but is made with only one sheet of paper. I'll first show you how to create a 1:4 proportion paper, then how to do all the pre-creases, and finally interlock and overlap the ends to finish. Main Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/RobsWorld Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/TheRobWorld Instagram: http://www.Instagram.com/TheRobWorld Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/TheRobWorld #RobsWorld #FunCreations #SpinningStar
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Rubik's 3x3 Cube Solve - 24.30 second Speedsolve
 
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I solve the 3x3 cube in 24.30 seconds. I am a little faster with the big cubes and enjoy solving them more. This is a type of 2-Look OLL method that I use since I decided not to learn too many algorithms. I will most likely have a tutorial for solving the 3x3 cube faster.
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How to Solve a Rubik's Cube - Part 7 - Finishing the Cube
 
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In this step, we perform the Allan, a 9 move algorithm which rotates the top layer edge pieces in a counter-clockwise direction. After that, the cube should be done! The Algorithm we must know for this step is: L180 Ti B Fi L180 Bi F Ti L180 (rotates last 3 edges counter-clockwise) *****Please NOTE that if you have 2 sides completed at any time when doing this algorithm, it is because you have at one time had pieces removed or pop out of your cube. You must remove and switch these pieces or you cannot solve your cube***** Official/Standard Notation is: L2 Ui B Fi L2 Bi F Ui L2 "Reverse" Allan: (rotates last 3 pieces clockwise, put the completed side on the LEFT) R2 U Bi F R2 B Fi U R2 You must make sure that when you perform this step, that the COMPLETED side is on the RIGHT face. The LEFT face then becomes the side OPPOSITE the completed face. If you do NOT have a completed side, then any side can be the LEFT side as long as the yellow is on top and white on bottom. You will see that when the completed side is on the right face, the piece in the front upper layer edge position will be moved to the back face, the back face piece will go to the left face, and the left face piece will go to the front face (*Please watch video to completely understand*). THANK YOU ALL VERY MUCH FOR THE POSITIVE COMMENTS! I am so glad that I was able to help so many people solve the cube. I put a lot of time into making the tutorial beginner friendly and was glad that my method was easy to follow from what I've heard. MY 4X4 AND 5X5 TUTORIALS ARE NOW COMPLETED!! PLEASE SEE MY CHANNEL PLAYLIST IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO LEARN HOW TO SOLVE THE 4X4 RUBIK'S REVENGE AND 5X5 RUBIK'S PROFESSOR CUBES. Once again, thank you all for your generous comments and keep practicing to get faster, you can ALL do it! how to solve a rubik's rubiks rubix rubics cube 3x3 tutorial rubik's help step by speed speedsolve solving unscramble fix learn simple easy easiest quick lesson cross fridrich petrus 3x3x3 4x4 5x5 revenge professor method algorithm beginners solution walk through guide
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How to Make a Paper Ninja Star (Shuriken) - Origami
 
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Join my Friends :-) https://goo.gl/4zBkKs Get Supplies at my Amazon Store!: http://www.amazon.com/store/RobsWorld Like this Vid? Check out the entire series HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA Click THIS LINK to see an EASIER video and learn how to connect TWO of these stars to make the DOUBLE Ninja Star!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VD1OrdP-fA Want to make a Ninja Star Frisbee (Super Shuriken) out of these stars once you're finished? Click this link! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyGgi9mQ4sI Explains how to make a throwable Japanese Ninja Star (Shuriken) out of paper. I call this the Single-Sided Ninja Star because of the way it interlocks. I am using a standard LETTER size printer sheet (8.5 x 11). Please do not aim , the stars at anyone's eyes as the corners of the star are sharp and can cause injury. Possess these great skills my pupils, learn how to be ninja :-D Click this link for my other Origami Tutorials! http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=4233A6440287E5CA Let me know what you think by commenting and rating this video! Don't forget to subscribe :-) Thanks for watching! Main Channel: http://YouTube.com/RobTV Google+ http://Google.com/+RobH0629 Shirts: http://www.districtlines.com/Robs-World Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheRobWorld
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How to Make an Easy Crossbow Gun! - Rob's World
 
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Like This Video? Check out my Whole Series HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdBTayjyt1I&list=PL4233A6440287E5CA Explains how to make a crossbow dowel shooter in detail. You can attach this to your wrist like like the Assassin's Creed Crossbow!! WARNING: this video is intended for entertainment purposes only and is made at viewers OWN RISK. If viewers are of young age (13 years old or less) that they require supervision on the internet (Parental Discretion Advised), then parents should be monitoring them and/or helping them if they decide to make this. This is designed to shoot flat ended dowels which if hits someone, can hurt but will not penetrate skin (I've been hit by it) unless sharpened. Protective goggles should be worn at all times to protect eyes. I do not take responsibility for people shooting valuables or other things. Just as I said "You should NEVER EVER point this at anyone." These are NOT toys for in the house and should be shot where nothing can get damaged or injured! People need to always be responsible when creating and using such crafts, as home-made things like these are not always accurate and can be dangerous! Thank you and PLAY SAFE! -Rob You will need: 1 8.5x11" sheet of printer paper 1 Round Pen 4 Pencils 7 Rubber Bands 3/16" Dowels or other shootable objects Lots of Tape - Masking, Scotch, Boxing, Duct, etc. (I prefer masking tape) Special Thanks to Dr. Walter Homayoon (my older brother) and Dr. Heather Van Winkle (my sister in law) Their Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/SouthShoreDDS Website: http://www.SouthShoreDDS.com Brother's YouTube: http://www.YouTube.com/RobH0629bigbrother My Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/RobTV Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/TheRobWorld Google+ http://Plus.Google.com/+RobH0629 #RobsWorld #FunCreations
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How to Solve a Rubik's Cube - Part 5 - Complete Top Face
 
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Link to Step 6: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywae7J4gD9c This step involves going from the yellow cross on top to a completed yellow solid color on the top face. It requires that you position the cube in SPECIFIC ways (please refer to positioning the cube below) before performing the given algorithm: R T Ri T R T180 Ri Official/Standard Notation: R U Ri U R U2 Ri **Memorization Tip** - The algorithm is pretty much R and T repeated. I like to make a sentence out of the algorithms and say them aloud while I perform them. The sentence for this algorithm could be "Right Top Right... Top right... Top Top Right" (pauses included when you say it). Positioning the Cube: a) If you have NO (0)yellow corner piece(s) next to the yellow cross on the top face, you are to rotate the entire cube until there is a yellow corner piece on the UPPER RIGHT CORNER of the LEFT FACE. b) If you have ONE (1) yellow corner piece next to the yellow cross on the top face, you are to rotate the entire cube until THAT piece on is in the BOTTOM LEFT CORNER OF THE TOP FACE. c) If you have TWO (2) yellow corner pieces next to the yellow cross on the top face (does not matter which corners), you are to rotate the entire cube until there is a yellow corner piece on the UPPER LEFT CORNER of the FRONT FACE. d)**IF you have 3 (THREE) corner pieces next to the cross, then YOU MUST HAVE AT ONE POINT EITHER TAKEN THE CUBE APART OR A PIECE(S) POPPED OUT AND YOU ACCIDENTALLY PUT IT BACK INCORRECTLY OR POSSIBLY MOVED STICKERS ON THE CUBE. This is NOT a case that EVER happens when solving a normal or brand new cube, I can guarantee you that. I have solved the cube hundreds if not thousands of times and have never came across that case unless I physically flip the corner myself. You can see all 41 possibilities at http://www.ws.binghamton.edu/fridrich/Mike/orient.html and you will not see such a case. IF YOU HAVE THIS CASE, then the only thing you can do is to manually fix the 4th piece, which is not matched with the others. AGAIN... the only normal cases are either 0, 1, 2, or 4 corner pieces next to the cross!! ********SO IF YOU HAVE 3 CORNER PIECES next to the YELLOW cross, you must physically POP OUT that corner piece and FLIP it so that YELLOW is on TOP (with the other 3). Otherwise, you will not be able to solve the cube completely.*********** *NOTE*: You will most likely have to perform this algorithm a few times. YOU MUST rotate the cube after EACH TIME you perform the algorithm depending on how many top YELLOW CORNER pieces are next to the CROSS. If you just keep it positioned the same way, it will take more steps to finish the top face OR it will NOT finish the top face at all... So please watch the ENTIRE video and the procedure I go over to position the cube. Thanks! how to solve a rubik's rubiks rubix rubics cube 3x3 tutorial rubik's help step by speed speedsolve solving unscramble fix learn simple easy easiest quick lesson cross fridrich petrus 3x3x3 4x4 5x5 revenge professor method algorithm beginners solution walk through guide
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Easy Mini Paper Boomerang (Flies Great!) - Rob's World
 
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In this tutorial, I explain how to make an easy Mini Paper Boomerang that really flies back! This is based on the Origami Boomerang I taught a while back but I show it in a different new way with a bit more detail for those who may have had some trouble. You'll just need one piece of Letter Size Printer Paper (A4 should work as well) and you can make 4 Mini Origami Boomerangs from it! Once you have the paper let's make it! #RobsWorld #FunCreations #Origami Social Media: My Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/RobsWorld Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/TheRobWorld Instagram: http://www.Instagram.com/TheRobWorld RobsPhone: http://www.YouTube.com/RobsPhone
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