A YouTube personality from Indonesia has been demonstrating a new twist on how to get your TV to spin faster by turning its head around, in a way that doesn’t require any additional equipment.
The video above was uploaded to the user’s YouTube channel, where it has been viewed more than 8 million times since it was uploaded on January 15, with many commenters praising the user for making the spin possible.
Bamboo spine is a form of bamboo that grows in the Amazon and is used to make decorative bamboo chairs, head-spinners, and more.
According to its website, bamboo spine can spin up to 15,000 times a second and the amount of power the bamboo spine generates can be used to charge a mobile phone or tablet.
But the person behind the video seems to have found a new, ingenious way to harness the bamboo’s ability to spin without the need for any additional components.
“It is a simple and straightforward technique to spin your TV,” the video’s narrator said, adding that the bamboo would only spin for around five seconds.
This video demonstrates how to spin a TV by turning the head around in the same way as a power-spinning kettlebell, as you can see in the video above.
As it turns out, there’s another method of spinning your TV that is very similar to the bamboo method.
The video below shows how to do this with a TV with an external spinning blade, using a cord attached to a stationary, flat surface.
“I’ve been doing this for over a year and I’ve noticed that my TV spins faster when I’m spinning the TV,” one of the commenters wrote, adding, “It’s a nice way to add something to the table, or at least make it easier to hold it for a long time.”
The user then demonstrates how this same technique could be used for a table, but with a table that has been placed upside down on top of a flat surface to spin.
A lot of the comments on the video praised the YouTube user for being able to accomplish this without any additional materials or equipment.
“This is the best way to spin the TV and it’s super simple to do,” another commenter commented, adding: “I just took this technique to work at a table and it was awesome!”