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Carykh is an Animator
 
Carykh is from the United States
 
Carykh is male
 
Carykh created their account in 2008
 
Carykh created their account in 2011
 
Carykh is a Content Creator on YouTube

Cary Kaiming Huang (born: March 18, 1997 (1997-03-18) [age 25]), better known online as carykh, is a Chinese-American YouTuber and animator who makes educational videos. Cary also owns several other channels which are "Abacaba", "jacknjellify" (along with his twin brother, Michael), Humany and lazykh. This channel is well known for 3 shows: The Amazing Marble Race, Algicosathlon (finished) and Ten Words of Wisdom. His recent videos mainly focus on creating A.I.s to accelerate his video production speed (e.g lip sync A.I, gesture A.I and auto image finder) and create simulations and models about the current pandemic.

Shows by Cary

The Amazing Marble Race

The Amazing Marble Race by carykh has 3 seasons.

Season 1

The first season was uploaded on December 21, 2011. This marble race has two parts with 15 marbles. The winner is Orange, which won in 20.7 seconds. In second place is Black, which won in 55.1 seconds. The third place is Yellow, with 1 minute and 27 seconds.

Season 2

The second season was uploaded on February 23, 2013. It is shorter than the first season because it only has 1 part and 8 marbles. This time, Blue is the winner, Yellow (who placed third in first season) is in second, and Brown came in third place.

Season 3

The third season began on March 31, 2015, where each leg is uploaded in different videos. It has a total of 56 marbles. 10 marbles were eliminated in the first leg, 9 marbles on the second leg, and so on. It has currently reached Leg 8. This season is not finished yet.

BFDI Mini-Season - "Marbles"

BFDI Mini-Season - "Marbles" is a "spin-off" of the usual Marble Race style, but the marbles are based on the appearance of the assets of the original 21 BFDI contestants.

Algicosathlon

Algicosathlon, a sequel to Algodecathlon, is a battle between 16 athletes of different colors. There are a total of 20 events. Athletes will get points depending on their rank of individual events. (Example: 1st +100, 2nd +70, etc.) After each event, the athletes will the fewest points will be eliminated. With every new event, earned points will be increased by 50% (i.e., 1st in event 1 = +100, 1st in event 2 = +150,... 1st in event 20 is + 221,684), this gives athletes a chance to catch up. In the final event, Purple is the winner.

BAGUETTE

B.A.G.U.E.T.T.E. (Battle Among Gelatins Using Expertise To Take Everything) is the first official BFDI/BFDIA Camp. The camp was announced on September 1, 2012, when it was announced that BFDIA was going to be monthly again. After a 3-year hiatus, it was officially cancelled in favor of TWOW.

Ten Words of Wisdom

Ten Words of Wisdom (TWOW) is a camp started on December 12, 2015, by Cary Huang. As BAGUETTE is confirmed to be canceled, this show is now its successor.

Rules: Contestants are given a writing prompt, which they must answer or conform to using exactly 10 words (or less). Unlike BAGUETTE, the time limit is very strict (as the competitors MUST answer in time), and the contestants in this camp are now Books instead of Gelatins.

After a 3-year hiatus, TWOW 24A was released on July 21, 2020. The series is currently active.

Channels

Abacaba

Abacaba is a channel created by Cary Huang. It uploads mostly data visualization videos. He has another channel called Cube Roll, where it uploads Rubik's Cube related data visualization videos.

The channel gained a shoutout at the end of "BFDI's Road to Half a Billion Views" by Tennis Ball (voice acted by Cary Huang).

Humany

Humany is a YouTube channel made by Cary Huang for his "lower quality” videos, such as rants and non-animated videos, that were previously seen on Carykh prior to this channel's creation. The name "Humany" is a reference to the common theme among BFDI characters where a "y" is placed at the end of an object's name.

The channel has a series that consists of him reacting to episodes of BFB, recording his lines for BFB episodes, showcasing plushies, and content that is unrelated to BFDI.

lazykh

lazykh is a YouTube channel created by Cary Huang. The creation of the channel was announced on Cary's main channel, carykh, where Cary said that this channel is about his stories or what he thinks about an event. His goal is to be "as lazy as he can" so he can save time making videos and uploading those to YouTube “without any intervention” Cary also stated that "I will try not to use any editing software, like Vegas Pro, or Final Cut Pro”.

lazykh was first mentioned on a carykh's video, called I lost $20,000 because We are Number One as "secret channel that starts with L".

Trivia

  • carykh's profile picture on YouTube comes from the HTwins.net game, Cube Roll.
  • Cary sometimes says that the "kh" acronym stands for different words like Cary Kill Hitler, Cary Knows Hell, Cary Kitten Hugger, Cary Key Hole, Cary Kidnaps Human, Cary Knife Holder, Cary /k/ /h/, Cary Ketchup Hole, Cary Knees Hurt, Cary Kary Hcary, and Cary Kaleidoscope Hoarder. This has lead to the community jokingly making acronyms based on his name, though Cary stated that he got tired of them.
  • His computer is personified and gains life in his animations, having a personality, talking and even constructing ideas on his own. He goes by the name Computery.

Subscriber Milestones

carykh

  • 50,000 subscribers: October 1, 2016
  • 100,000 subscribers: March 13, 2017
  • 200,000 subscribers: September 20, 2017
  • 300,000 subscribers: September 3, 2018
  • 400,000 subscribers: April 16, 2019
  • 500,000 subscribers: July 28, 2020

Abacaba

  • 100,000 subscribers: March 23, 2020

Humany

  • 50,000 subscribers: February 2, 2021

lazykh

  • 10,000 subscribers: April 18, 2020

Cube Roll

  • 10,000 subscribers: May 9, 2021

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