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Android Hell

Reeses2150

An idea I had ages ago was to make a rolling video, and nearly a full year later and after setting up my apparatus last night, spending literally all night until 7AM screwing around with tricks on it, I have an awesome new video to show off. Welcome to Android Hell :3/nLook for me to be performing this at Philly Fest this year!

02:43

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19-09-2010

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Android Hell 2

Reeses2150

I only just realized exactly how long it's been since my last big serious juggling video. WAYYY too long. So i cleared my schedule for last night and got to work editing one of the big video projects I had in the works, Android Hell 2. Showing off my improved angled surface apparatus, and showing all the new tricks I've managed to learn with it. Enjoy!

04:36

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25-06-2011

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SURFACE

Kellinman13

"he shudders with the melodrama of a peacock"

03:07

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18-01-2016

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Table Juggling

danifausto

A few years ago i filmed this basic Table Juggling tutorial. The original idea was to push other jugglers to practice and film more advanced tricks inspired in using surfaces instead of air (more objects, longer periods, passing, bounce or roll...) I think the possibilities are amazing! If you want to watch really complex table juggling there is a chapter in Social Siteswaps DVD by Gandini Juggling called Tables in Madrid that i filmed with my friend Daniel Shultz where we pass some period 10 tricks and some huge amount of objects and hard siteswaps.

01:24

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22-05-2012

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Teku Contact - Stackageddon - 2 - Grounded

Teku

Slight change of pace compared to part 1, focusing on tricks which involve use of the floor or other flat surfaces. There are quite a lot of variations but most tend to be pretty boring to look at, so I left a few other things out./nNext week, manipulation style stuff using on the hands!

03:46

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31-08-2013

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Tricks With Hats: Crown Pinches

TricksWithHats

Take a pinch grip at the front of the hat's crown and flick it up and forwards. Turn the hand round so the palm is facing forwards to catch the hat in another pinch grip at the back. After you've got a feel for this try doing it without looking at the hat. Either place it straight back on the head or reverse the process to return it. If you use a bowler hat make sure you take a really firm pinch to crease the top of the hat when removing it, otherwise you'll be left trying to catch the smooth round surface of the back of the hat. Once you've mastered this one it's a trivial task to start by pinching the back of the hat and flicking it to a catch on the front.

00:06

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04-12-2015

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Vodka con hielo

Wis

I went for a practice but the weather was really nice and there was a perfectly frozen lake, I couldn't resist filming something (some of the warming up combos of my practices actually) with the little battery I had left. As always, no so hard stuff but pretty solid (take into account the slippery surface). Hope you like it

03:08

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06-04-2011

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