John Collins, also known as The Paper Airplane Guy, holds the world record for longest-distance paper airplane flight. Not content with distance, he also folds craft that soar in circles, flip in midair to return to his hand, and stay aloft in the breeze from a sheet of unfolded paper. Popular Science caught up with Collins at the 2015 Bay Area Maker Faire. Watch his paper planes strut their stuff in this video, created by our partner Portico.
Popular Science went to the 2015 Bay Area Maker Faire to find the craziest, coolest, and most mind-blowing projects. Watch all our Maker Faire videos here. Or view the full-length show at Portico.tv.