Weijers Domino Productions - Undoubtedly the best in the business. Every year this Dutch-based company organizes Domino Day, in which dozens of builders spend weeks setting up millions of dominoes using the most creative designs and props imaginable. They own the current world record of more than four million toppled dominoes.
Lily Hevesh - Lily may be the most successful domino toppler of all time. She has multiple film and TV credits, her own line of products, a documentary, and millions of subscribers to her YouTube channel. Lily also takes part in the Brattleboro Museum's annual domino show.
ShanesDominoez - I got to meet Shane in person and was quite impressed with his handiwork. He regularly puts out new videos using thousands of dominoes. Shane has also shown how to solve a Rubix Cube, giving me hope that I one day may be able to do the same.
Tim Fort - Sadly, Tim passed away in 2016. Known as The Kinetic King, Tim built one-of-a-kind gadgets that fell down and exploded in more ways than you can shake a stick at. He also made the Top 24 during the 2011 season of America's Got Talent. Whoo, hoo!
Robert Speca - A former world record holder who has made several television appearances. He has published a book that teaches you how to become a domino toppler, and contributed his expertise for the music video "An Honest Mistake" by The Bravery.
FlippyCat - Flippy is the name of a cat who passed away in 2010. His human owner still comes up with many brilliant domino setups. His colorful and thematic YouTube videos have made him one of the most subscribed channels in Canada.
Max Poser - Max has set some world records such as "most dominoes toppled in a spiral" and "most dominoes stacked on a single piece". He has videos of these accomplishments and more on YouTube under the name mmcodomino, so be sure to check them out!
Tim Weißker - Tim is a domino toppler in Germany. He has posted dozens of photos and videos on his website and shares some of his special techniques in both German and English. You can download detailed tutorials which should be very helpful.
Travis Congdon - Travis has also made thousands of his own dominoes and stunts out of scrap wood. He lets children use them to build their own setups, then connects them all together to make one big course. He confirmed my theory that kids love dominoes!
DominoFan64 - DominoFan64 is a French domino builder. You will find his videos, personal records, construction tutorials and much more on his website and YouTube channel.
SFDominoes CZ - Sam and Flip have been making videos since June 2014. They have around 7000 dominoes, 4500 of them are wooden. Apparently, they're the only domino topplers in the Czech Republic. Hopefully someone can head on over there so they don't feel so alone.
Domino Croatia Team - A pair of Croatian cousins have been toppling dominoes since they were about seven years old. I honestly can't tell you much more than that because I can't read their language, but you should still visit their website. :)
Domino Domino iPhone App - Southwest Apps and Clever Coding have released a game that lets you topple digital dominoes on your iPhone. The link goes to a YouTube video that shows what the app can do. You can find Domino Domino in Apple's App Store by clicking here.
The Domingos - The Domingos is an award winning physics based puzzle game that uses the "domino effect" as a core mechanic in a wild west setting. This is a game for the strong willed puzzle game lovers. Check out the game's trailer.
The International World Record Breakers' Club - Contains a nice timeline of domino toppling achievements. It shows how the hobby has rapidly grown over the years.
Do you like to build domino courses too? Let me know so I can add your name here!