Paper Airplane World Record
Learn the secrets of the world record paper airplane. Make the best paper airplane in the world. Interact with and learn about planes that: circle back, flip over and fly back upside down, flap, spin, tumble, and some that can fly forever (actual forever may vary). World Record Holder, John Collins, will dazzle you with amazing paper airplanes, while explaining the science behind the fun. John has appeared on Conan, Nat Geo, Discovery, CNN, Science Channel, and the cover of the Wall Street Journal. He has presented for The Harvard Graduate School of Design, Carnegie Mellon, Rice, and Stanford Universities. John has been invited to speak for Google, Intuit, Genentech, Mattel, Go Daddy, and many more.
The Paper Airplane Guy
John Collins, The Paper Airplane Guy, is the world record holder for paper airplane distance. He's the author of three books or original paper airplane designs and provides STEAM enrichment programs for science museums, air and space museums, schools, libraries, and corporate events. John has performed on four continents and taught millions of people how to make better paper airplanes. John and his planes have been featured on Conan, TV Globo, CNN, Discovery, Science Channel, Nat Geo, Hallmark, NFL Channel, ESPN and The Wall Street Journal.