Building 100 Pound Glitter Tornado! – Day 1

Building 100 Pound Glitter Tornado! – Day 1

You know how to get 100lbs of glitter out of your hair..?

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23 Responses

  1. Capp00 says:

    That room is more glitter than furniture at this point, and I’m here for it.

  2. Y Weaver says:

    Someone probably already said this, but when you have the fans all facing in the middle, you’re creating a lot of turbulent air. It may help to have the fans at an angle in the direction you want the tornado to spin. Because then all the fans are working together to push the air in a circular direction instead of at each other all kittywampus.

    Tho, if you want it all self-contained like the glitter lamp, then you’d need to enclose it in like… a dome type shape, so that the glitter being blown upward will circle around to the bottom to get fed into the fans again.

  3. *:*: Hamster Muffin :*:* says:

    I love this series, adding glitter adds to the chaos

  4. Kevin the pigeon says:

    Part 2.0, I’m curious how this goes. And I’m suprised Brandon can still see after the worlds brightest room

  5. Kira Amakiir says:

    After thinking, I have come to a conclusion. Make a box(the height must be twice the size of the fans you use. The depth needs to be 3 1/2 of the said fans. I suggest to use the small fans.). Put four fans at each corner, each facing the fan to its left. Turn the fans on. Put glitter in the box, and Immediately put the lid on the box. This might take a few try’s.
    I hope this helps!!! I can’t wait to see the glitter tornado you make!! 💜

  6. Wolfyboi1 says:

    I looked into it and instead of telling Brandon how to make a fire tornado I’ll assist him with what I’ve studied about tornadoes, Tornadoes form when warm, humid air collides with cold, dry air. The denser cold air is pushed over the warm air, usually producing thunderstorms. The warm air rises through the colder air, causing an updraft. The updraft will begin to rotate if winds vary sharply in speed or direction. Now to accomplish this in a small room and with the types of fans when usually it needs a large-scale, atmospheric wind-and-pressure system characterized by low pressure at its center and by circular wind motion, so we’ll have to improvise by having a spinning base fan to push the wind up but I’d suggest using a bigger and more slower fan to get the glitter up but not just throw it away and now for the spin, you will have to make a directional push with a spiral wind speed like if you ran around a Circular pool it will create a small current now if you add few more people that current gets stronger and can last longer so that’s what you need to do but with fan’s facing up next to the main upward force to make an upward spiralling draft now doing this alone will cause them to go every where so you will need an out and in force to keep them in so you need to add more fans in other areas or if you wanna try sum else then create a tall Barrier with a fan on top to stop the glitter from getting out hope this helps but I can’t assure it’ll work

  7. Brandi TV says:


    • Tessa B says:

      Brandi! I love your videos so much 💗 content creators like you and Brandon inspired me to be who I am n never be ashamed of that. Thank you guys love yall!! 💜💚

    • Nadia says:

      @Brandi TV haha you are very sweet you’ve made my day😊😘

    • Brandi TV says:

      @Nadia 😭 I LOVE YOU TO PIECES MY BEAUTIFUL FRIEND!!!!!!!!!!! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!! 🙌🏼 You put a gigantic smile in my heart and on my face💯💚💕✨

    • Malice Is Vibin says:

      @Nadia ok. Sorry for my bad english im russian

    • Nadia says:

      Haha have you been eating edibles again? Love the video’s you make.. sorry for my English I’m dutch

  8. Rachel H says:

    “Bigger is slower……Texas”
    That part made me laugh cause he is amazing I just find it funny how he is in his own little world I enjoys his videos and can’t wait for more!

  9. not.jimin:] says:

    for the small glitter tornado: my best guess is to have three fans facing each other and one other fan facing downwards, a good way away from the fans at the bottom (but obviously not too far lol). then make a cylindrical tube out of acrylic or “bendy but durable” plastic (like you tried in the video) – it will act as a vacuum so make sure to keep it as tightly sealed as possible so no air or glitter will escape. before you turn on the fans you could leave glitter around the fans in the tube, undisturbed and then turn on the fans and wait for the glitter to pick up and start spinning. *for a visual aid i recommend this video of a demonstration from a spanish talk show, ‘el hormiguero’: ***

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