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btiemann

Here's sort of the "Human Computer" way to deduce siteswap transition sequences between excited-state tricks. You map out the states, and look directly for ways to get from a state in one of the tricks to a state in the other.

14:09

2925

0

09-10-2010

[1]

btiemann

Here's the way computers use the state-space to generate transition sequences ... and why that way doesn't work for people! Plus, there's a human-based way if you know of or can come up with a trick that has states in common with the two tricks you wish to transition between. /nPlease note that even if tricks have different levels of excitation, but nevertheless share states with one another, you can just go from the middle of one trick to the middle of the other (or wherever the tricks share the common state), without any "extra" throws.

12:38

2830

0

09-10-2010

[2]

08Q4 QBR

jamesfrancis

Quarterly Bounce Report: a short video just showing some tricks i have been working on recently. Expect complex siteswaps, multiplexes and 3 ball body throws

02:09

4088

1

06-03-2009

[4]

10 Years of Not Juggling - Full Resolution

btiemann

I took a 10-year break from juggling, but am getting back into it. Here is my first collage. Music is Comets Over Flatland (15) by R. Winchester. It is written in 15-tone equal temperament, not the otherwise universal 12-tone equal temperament of western music. Filmed in late 2009. 0:04: 4: 61616 0:19: 5: ([4,4x],2)* 0:29: 7: ([6,6x],2)* 0:37: 4: 7161616 0:51: 5: 75751, 77771707771716661*, then 95551 a few times. * Trick was "spontaneous." 1:21: 5: 66661 1:31: 8: (8,8), 97, 8, (8x,8x) flashes 1:56: 5: 91 2:07: 6: 99919191 2:14: 8: 999999990 and 99999991 flashes 2:23: 9: 9 (9 catches then 11 catches) 2:40: 10: a (11 catches, Garfield Finish) 2:48: 5: 88171717 3:00: 6: 8844 3:07: 6: 868671 3:15: 6: b66661 3:23: 4: 80 (Actually, 6: 8[22]) 3:36: 6: 889191 (big brother of 6671) 3:42: 6: 78888171 3:51: 6: 8888181 4:00: 7: 88888817 4:05: 8: 97 4:11: 7: 8888881 4:20: 8: (8,8) (18 catches) 4:27: 7: 888891 - this is a really neat trick 4:32: 8: 8 (21 catches) 4:40: 10: a (17 throws, 10 drops)

04:45

5551

6

15-12-2009

[10]

2011

jugglinjosh

I only had 15 mins of battery left on my camera, and I left my charging cord back on the East coast (I am home in Malibu for winter break). But I was still able to get a few nice tricks in! Hope you enjoy! Happy New Year! /nwww.airtrafficonline.com www.jugglingfashion.com

01:46

2215

0

02-01-2011

[3]

3 balls BBB transitions, variations and tricks

orka

Pirouettes (180, 360's), triplex's, siteswaps and stuff...
ori - roth - bbb - 3 - balls - juggling

01:55

5868

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24-10-2007

[1]

3, 4 and 5 diabolo video by Pieter

pieter8864

Hi,/nI have made a video with some new 3 and 4 diabolo tricks and some 5 diabolo runs! I cleaned up the siteswap 772020, (with 3d) in a previous video they drop after 4 catches... I hope you also like my new 4d bouncing trick! Enioy, although not everything is just clean, I know.../nGrtz Pieter

04:22

7084

7

10-07-2010

[19]

4,5,6,7 ball siteswaps

PawelGebala

Subscribe my youtube channel :D http://www.youtube.com/Pawelgebala

02:11

1819

0

18-03-2012

[4]

441

SDEandSE

I get exited when the time is a siteswap.

00:28

1594

1

12-11-2010

[3]

5 period 3

MediaCircus

An extract from the Siteswaps DVD.

01:51

3678

0

29-11-2007

[3]

5: 771 and 861 siteswaps

btiemann

Here's the 5-ball siteswaps 771 and its pseudohalfshower 861, connected in a single run. Filmed 1996.

00:10

2981

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09-11-2009

[2]

5: 915 siteswap

btiemann

Here's the 5-ball siteswap 915, done six times connected.

00:10

1909

0

09-11-2009

[1]

5: Enter exit and reverse 5 shower - siteswaps

btiemann

This is my favorite way to enter, reverse and exit a five ball shower. From cascade 5, 678 is the entrance, 91 (repeated) is the shower, and 817161 is the exit. To reverse, throw 8181818 and then you can throw 91s from the other side.

00:18

2381

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10-11-2009

[2]

5p3

Filthy999

Finally got a video camera and this is my first juggling video in an attempt to get used to the process. 16 different 5 ball period 3 siteswaps and a combo of 11 of them.

03:13

3048

4

14-01-2009

[5]

6 ball multiplex siteswaps

janion

11 multiplex siteswaps using 6 balls. Mostly pretty basic and fairly messy./nfor anyone who cares: -26[64] -22[64][64] -722[22][64][764] -722[22][22][654][65] -25[76]4 -25[76]771 -26[a8]67171 -25[22]4[764]4 -722[55][22] [33] [44][44][11] [33] [55][33]

01:25

2220

0

23-07-2011

[1]

6 Balls solo

marcop

Extract of the performance "Nosotros" with Nata Galkina in Buenos Aires "Teatro de la Comedia" 18.03.09

02:41

3100

0

30-06-2009

[4]

Always improving

jugglerdavies

Recently I've noticed a lot of improvements in my juggling, so I've been trying to push myself and land harder tricks what do you think?

02:06

1108

0

05-12-2016

[1]

as two hands

grums

passing et siteswaps à volonté

04:52

3846

0

03-11-2009

[4]

Bad as me

DylanD

Caserta (Italy) September 2012

04:54

2022

3

07-09-2012

[5]

Ball Juggling Graz 2011

05:31

1985

2

22-11-2011

[2]

Beginning Basic Elementary Juggling v. 8.0

btiemann

Just a few of the most simple, easy, rudimentary patterns for juggling ...... 8. Plus, a world's first demonstration of precision toad manipulation. Got toads?

09:59

4681

1

15-08-2010

[5]

Benjamin Beckherrn Juggling 01 (2008)

beckherrn

This is my first juggling video. It's made on 1st December 2008 at the Phoenixhof in Hamburg (one day before I celebrated my 8th birthday).

04:06

4735

3

25-12-2008

[10]

Best Method: Throw Sequence (Brute Force) Transitions

btiemann

If you want to only watch one, watch this one. /nHere's a method to generate siteswap transitions based on where all the balls actually land; making them all work out amounts to creating a sequence. This is my favorite method, and it produces rather easily, all the possible transitions within the context of the throws that you've decided to mess with, either out of necessity (when throws collide) or by choice (when they don't). /nIf you're trying to come up with a way to write an algorithm for producing transitions, I would suggest that this way is the best way. It's deterministic, for one, and it's comprehensive, for another. /nThis is part 1... stay tuned for the thrilling conclusion!!

14:35

2543

2

09-10-2010

[3]

Best Way

btiemann

The stunning conclusion to the Throw Sequence method, for asynch tricks. In this case I derive some transitions from 714 back into 741. This one also shows how to do a 0, and why I like numbers and not letters to denote siteswap throws.

12:30

2157

0

10-10-2010

[2]

Bone Best Bits

peterbone

Some highlights from the juggling that I've captured on video. Set to the music of 'My Elastic Eye' by the Chemical Brothers.

03:23

7509

2

28-04-2007

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