Introduction: New Way to Fold the Flying Cylinder | No Tape
INTRODUCTION:The Flying Cylinder is one of the weirdest paper airplanes I ever know. I saw many versions of this plane, but none of them match my expectation. all versions need tape to stable the body, but doing so breaks the rule of origami. Other version are too big and soft to hold on my hand, so I decided to create my own version. However, I don't own the copyright of this plane in any mean.
HISTORY of the Flying Cylinder and Paper Gyroscope:
The Flying Cylinder was invented by Dale H. Klahn, Gary L. Upham in 1979. Jack Vegas is believed the inventor of the flying paper gyroscope as he first introduced the plane in 2008. It soon became on of the most impressive paper airplane ever. However, I found someone had made the plane before 2008. Thus, I am not 100% sure if Jack Vegas was the inventor of this plane.( Please, correct the info if it is incorrect)
MATERIALS: Printing paper: Letter size: 8.5 x 11 in. A4 is possible ( Please test it out)
Flying behavior: Circular Forward
RESTRICTION: NO cutting, NO taping and NO extra attached materials.
HOW TO PLAY: Light Throwing at 0-10 degree straight up ( Similar to throw a football)
WHERE TO PLAY: it is best indoor
FOLDING ADVICE: You need to fold it accurately in order to have a perfect paper airplane which can fly well. BE CREATIVE, ADJUST, TWIST TO MAKE IT FLY BETTER.
COMMENTS: If you have any comment or suggestion about the video, PLEASE, feel free to leave me comments. I am happy to listen to you and will improve my future videos
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* ETHICAL DESIGN: Every of my designs are original. If I got inspired from some one, I will mention that person on my video subscription. COPYING IS A SHAME, and PLEASE, contact me ( with valid evidence) if you believe any of my designs is already made before mine. I will delete the video right away.
*TERM OF USE: Note that All the contents ( Except the music and the paper plane) on the video is copyright to Tri Dang (Me). This airplane is COMPLETELY FREE to fold and play personally and republish everywhere. If you appreciate my work on redesigning this plane, Just please like and share this video with your friends.
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