Sinners Domino Entertainment recently created an extra-special project for an Italian TV show: a musician identified precisely how many dominoes in a setup toppled based on the sound of them falling alone.
A promotional project for “50 Things a Hessian Needs to Know”
Büdingen may well end up on local television as the home of the world’s lightest stone wall. Patrick Sinner and Christian Bernges from Sinners Domino Entertainment have already taken the first step towards this achieving this at the HR3 radio studio.
A guild logo made of 15,000 dominoes for the opening ceremony
At the opening ceremony of the Hirzenhain Guild Fair, the guild’s logo, created using more than 15,000 dominoes, caused a great deal of excitement among both guests and exhibitors alike. A team from Sinners Domino Entertainment had prepared the domino structure the previous day.
This week, Sinners Domino Entertainment added not one, but two new world records to the Guinness World Records: the “Longest wall” and the “Largest 3D pyramid”. A total of 128,000 dominoes were toppled.
Aiming to achieve a double entry in the Guinness World Records
Sinners Domino Entertainment kicked off the new year with a double world record attempt for the Guinness World Records. The aim: to break the records for the longest domino wall and the largest domino spiral.
Dominoes illustrate information technology and the Internet
Last Friday, Sinners Domino Entertainment celebrated a premiere in the form of its “In a Second around the World” presentation. For the first time ever, the company created several different domino structures all focusing on the same motto and filmed the dominoes as they toppled for a video to be published online.