1-4 of 4
_ SORT BY: date _ title _ views _ rating
1
Feeding the Fish - Infiniti Cirque de Soleil Performance

FeedingtheFish

www.feedingthefish.com Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Feeding-The-Fish-State-of-the-art-juggling/312536945472951 Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/PixelPoi/nIn January 2012 Feeding the Fish performed as a part of a Cirque du Soleil performance at the Detroit Motor Show.

02:27

1551

0

29-04-2013

[1]

Feeding the Fish – Pixel-Poi show on Britain’s Brightest – BBC T

FeedingtheFish

www.feedingthefish.com Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Feeding-The-Fish-State-of-the-art-juggling/312536945472951 Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/PixelPoi Feeding the Fish were commissioned to create choreographed routines for BBC TV's prime-time game-show: "Britain's Brightest". Feeding the Fish's 6-person team used their patented Pixel-Poi technology. The Pixel-Poi were specially programmed to include particular written numbers in their ultra-bright display. The contestants were asked to remember the numbers as they were displayed and answer mathematical questions.

03:42

2582

0

08-04-2013

[1]

Pixel-Poi: Custom Programming Client Logos- Feeding the Fish: Fl

FeedingtheFish

www.feedingthefish.com Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Feeding-The-Fish-State-of-the-art-juggling/3125... Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/PixelPoi/nPixel-Poi programmed to display Logos in performances of Flux and Kaleidoscope. Feeding the Fish invented the Pixel-Poi, patented the technology and have performed customised logo-juggling and light-dance shows for hundreds of clients worldwide including: Google, Vodafone, AXA, Microsoft, Alton Towers, Kraft Foods, Ministry of Sound, Diesel, Bahrain Formula One, Christina Aguilera and Lamborghini, revealing branding in synchronisation with choreography and soundtrack. 34 Dancers recently used Pixel-Poi during the Take-That UK stadium tour "The Circus" which was seen live by over a million fans. This is the official promo video. www.feedingthefish.com

01:20

1593

0

29-04-2013

[1]

Sling Ring Harpsichord Performance

SlingTrue

A game branded as Gyro Ring in the past, here is a fabulously addicting prop composed of five brass washers (beads) strung onto a stainless steel ring. To activate this prop you spin the brass beads and turn the larger ring to keep them going in perpetual activity. The ring can then be manipulated in various ways to perform a large range of tricks! This is a improv set slowed to 1/2x. These rings were popular in Japan and New Zealand circa 1995-1997 but remained widely unknown to much of the rest of the world. A small selection of high quality rings are available online at my website SlingTrue.org Please contact me if you have any insights or questions

03:00

1402

0

04-06-2012

[2]

 
 
  • Català
  • Čeština
  • Deutsch
  • Dansk
  • Español
  • Français
  • Magyar
  • Polski
  • port
  • Suomi
  • Türkçe
  • 汉语/漢語
  • עִבְרִית
  • 日本語