A New World Record Could Be Set At Westland Mall This Weekend


It has taken 18 builders almost 10 days and countless hours of precision and focus to set up an amazing domino display that, in the end, will take about 20 minutes to fall and hopefully break a world record!

Thanks to Zeal Credit Union and builder Steve Price, the Incredible Science Machine (ISM) was created with thousands of everyday objects and over 250,000 dominoes! The ISM will represent all 7 continents and the cultures from around the world. The finale of the ISM is where the World Record will be attempted. The record they are trying to break is the World’s Largest Dominoes Circle Field. The current record is 54,000. This year’s ISM will feature over 70,000!

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The is the chain reaction set up to break the world record for Largest Domino Circle Field!

Steve Price, a Chain Reaction & Domino Artist with Sprice Machines, is a builder on the ISM. Steve is a part of the team lead by Lily Hevesh and is a native of Canton and a recent graduate of the Michigan State University College of Engineering. Steve’s displays have been featured on America’s Got Talent, The TODAY Show BI and Rachael Ray!!  Lilly Hevesh’s YouTube channel has over 725,000 subscribers and last year’s ISM was viewed over 7 MILLION times!!

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Zeal Credit Union is inviting the public to the Westland Mall on Saturday at 1 p.m. to witness the World Record attempt. The Incredible Science Machine is set-up in the court by Macy’s and Bath & Body Works.

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