Darius Goad hit the lap button on the stopwatch application on an LG
CB630 Invision phoneat .44 seconds and 1.03 seconds with a total
speed of .19 seconds.
At the 2015 VidCon Prom, 2,047 members of the YouTube community created the Largest Cellphone Wave, a RecordSetter.com World Record. Participants turned on their phone flashlights and created a wave of light motion back and forth across the floor of the Anaheim Convention Center Arena.
RecordSetter CEO Dan Rollman was present to direct and officiate the attempt.
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Nadia Poulin has exchanged 3,709 messages back and forth with a friend
using her cellphone.
Kevin F. balanced a cell phone on his head for 50 minutes, 34.00 seconds.
Suresh Gaur balanced a cell phone on top of a drumstick on his index finger for 24.97 seconds while kneeling.
Caroline S. played Flappy Bird for five minutes, 3.54 seconds while holding a lotus pose.
Michael F. immersed his water-resistant cellphone in water for five minutes, 1.70 seconds.
Tai Star balanced a cellphone on his knee for five minutes, 1.00 second while on a slackline.
Spencer J. completed 16 levels in Geometry Dash.
Chase Ellis put one cellphone inside a balloon and inflated it.
Isaak H. flipped a Samsung Galaxy Y cellphone six consecutive times.
Matt Cairoli held five [iPhone 3Gs] in his hand at once. :
Colleen's friend held 11 iPhones in his hand at once.
Paul Liebman and 23 other people took self-portraits in a mirror using
their cell phone cameras in one minute.
Liebman set the feat at The Purple Onion in San Francisco during a
RecordSetter LIVE! event. RecordSetter Council president Dan Rollman and
co-founder Corey Henderson presided over the attempt.
JC Coccoli took eight self-protraits in one minute in front of a live
audience who sang "You’re So Vain". The record was set at a
RecordSetter LIVE! event at Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles,
In honor of the Special Olympics campaign "Spread the Word to End the Word," 92 members of the National Junior Honor Society at Monroe Middle School in Monroe, Michigan sent a total of 1,636 text messages to their friends and families in five minutes.
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