Meet John Collins, “The Paper Airplane Guy”:
His day job is a television producer, director, editor, and writer of commercials, infomercials, and stuff like that. He also has a YouTube channel.
World record paper airplane distance:
As a kid, he loved math and science, and for as long as he can remember, he had a fascination with flight.
How to fold the world record paper airplane:
Paper airplanes are inexpensive, easy to replicate, fun to work on, and fun to invent your own stuff, John says. For about 10 years, he studied origami.
How to fold a paper airplane boomerang:
Collins said paper-folding always struck a chord with him.
“I liked the accuracy required, the precision. And I liked the idea that you could take something really simple to create amazing things.”
The Paper Airplane Guy teaches how to make the Tumbling Wing:
Pretty cool stuff, and a load of fun with the kids. Try it, and your kids or friends will be amazed.