(CBS News)And that dream actually came true in a way that only the Internet could make happen. So what's happened since then? Watch and find out.
So not only did 9-year-old Caine's dream come true on the local level, but inspired millions globally. Seriously, how cool is that? The very beautiful and smile-inducing follow-up was created by Nirvan Mullick who writes:
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This is a followup to the Caine's Arcade short film. 5 months later, the film has inspired a wave of cardboard creativity, the Imagination Foundation to foster creativity in more kids, and a Cardboard Challenge culminating in a Global Day of Play on Oct 6th.