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anarki_juggler

a sort of trailer for a juggling video im working on. (this isn't the theme)

01:22

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31-05-2009

[3]

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

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09-10-2010

[2]

* * * * * *  F A N T A S  T I C K  * * * * * *  how its made

FANTASTICK

.....how we make our Fantastick - flowersticks ...................... hand made by Fantastick ...........................

02:08

2191

4

27-12-2011

[0]

*work in prgress

IcarusxjugglE

i did this during the summer, work in progress, hopefully it will be complete sometime.

00:27

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13-12-2009

[4]

...The Moon, Please

remyholwick

a small piece of the choreography I'm working on. "Lord, Blow the Moon Out, Please" by Hem.

00:28

1305

1

14-09-2013

[2]

.M.O.L.D.

Sebastian_Haushofer

The title means My own LED Diabolos. I made these LED Kits by myself for a project at school. I am pretty happy with the result of it, because you can see the LEDs pretty good and the colour changing between red and green works fine. I am also glad that they don't break if you drop them which was my biggest fear at first. I know that the tricks are not the greatest, but I couldn't do any 3d stuff because I only had the time to make 2 LED kits. Moreover it was dark, wet and cold outside and I couldn't see a lot. Anyways enojy ;).

01:32

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16-11-2011

[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

4196

1

06-03-2009

[4]

1 Diabolo Training to go

Mathias;P.

1 Diabolo Training in the evening after my regular work;) Had just kinda mood to shoot this quick. Enjoy!
1 - diabolo - training - to - go

01:36

873

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12-02-2015

[1]

1 minute freestyle 3 balles

Psywrap

3 balls working , box , carry , orka mess variations...
- mills - mess - orka - mess - box - carry - pattern - 3 -

00:60

1129

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16-08-2014

[3]

1,2,3 Vertax

grums

Hello, This video represents two working years to excalibur, I hope that it will please you and that it will tempt you to go farther. Good viewing

05:07

5418

5

20-09-2012

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10/23/11

AKDiamond

Most of the tricks I know, plus working on a couple new ones. Mainly three ball, but also some four, and a bit of five.

29:56

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24-10-2011

[0]

13 Ball Flash

alexbarron

The last upload didn't work for some reason, so here it is again.
13 - ball - flash

00:25

4886

1

13-11-2011

[7]

1d Practise Video

03:45

1920

0

31-03-2012

[4]

2 Club Wrist Trap Sequence

GLF

A short 2 club manipulation sequence based on wrist traps. My first attempt at working with less than 3 objects.

00:10

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22-01-2008

[1]

2 years in the business

ArmaniGW

meant to of uploaded this on the 25th January when that would of be 2 years on the day but my wmm wasn't working sorry about the terrible quality a good camcorder cost money oh and a big thank you to oddballs for the awesome T-shirt go check them out www.oddballs.co.uk/ Enjoy =D player:Armani yoyos: peak & mvp song:short skirt long jacket by cake

01:52

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29-03-2010

[2]

2013 Contactjuggling.org Collaboration Video

CasualArcane

Contact Juggling, an ancient art recently codified and popularized by Michael Moschen, is as indefinable as it is magical. Rather than try to describe it, the community of ContactJuggling.org began this project to show you how each of us sees Contact Juggling. Whether dance, juggling, mime, or magic (or perhaps all four or none at all), this video showcases years of hard work by artists across four continents, each bound together by a common interest but all unique in their study./nEdited by Riel Green and Sennyo of Casual Arcane (CasualArcane.com) All music by Module (Modulemodule.com) and Bri Maneely (soundcloud.com/brimaneely) Video by Contactjuggling.org and contact jugglers around the world!/nFor more information about contact juggling, or to find out how to be a part of next year's collaboration video, visit www.contactjuggling.org! Thank you for watching!!

21:45

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26-06-2013

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27 Old Tricks for a 27 Year Old

Thom!

Some new old stuff I've been working on!/nShot in the 27 hours before I start my 27th year./n--/nBig thanks to:/nCurt Carlyle Ben Domask David Cain Brad Weston Tony Steinbach Matt Tiffany & the Kansas City Juggling Club/n--/nwww.thomwall.com http://facebook.com/thomwalljuggler

02:57

3199

2

09-02-2014

[4]

3 3-count Roundabouts

ponk

3 3-Count Roundabouts All period 6, one-sided. Notation in the video. Jill, Eva, and I taught a workshop on these three 3-count roundabout variations that we deciphered from Aidan's book and reconstructed from notes from Nicki's workshop. Filmed at Passout on Vashon Island, WA. All takeouts on right-handed beats. For two-sided variations see the period 9 patterns PGDI (http://juggling.tv/16674) and Vashon Roundabout (http://juggling.tv/16675)

01:36

401

0

15-10-2017

[0]

3 Ball routine by Lucas Wintercrane

LucasWintercrane

This is a juggling routine performed at the House of Hapsburg Launch night on 11th June 2011 at Islington Metal Works. For more information check out www.ukjuggler.com Follow on twitter at UKJugglerLucas

04:26

2137

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18-10-2011

[1]

3 ball stack progress 3 - plus machine learning

peterbone

Getting closer to my goal of 10 seconds. The images at the start from left to right are Enrico Rastelli (1920s), Leon Rabello (1936) and Paolo Bedini (1943). The machine learning shows a genetic algorithm evolving a multi-layer perceptron neural network controller to perform the balance in 2 dimensions. A 2D rigid-body physics engine was used for the simulation. The performance of each trial was assessed based on the time balanced and the average 'uprightness' of the stack over the duration of the balance. http://www.mathworks.co.uk/matlabcentral/fileexchange/36911-machine-learning-balancing-a-stack-of-balls

01:35

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10-06-2012

[4]

3 ball stack tricks

peterbone

25 seconds, but working more on tricks than endurance now. Still need to work on that trick at the end./nMusic: Flute Tune by the Barbatuques

01:45

2392

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16-01-2014

[3]

3 Balls 1 Cup

happysmurfday

This is a short video of some tennis ball and can moves I've been working on, framed in a mock training video for a tennis ball manufacturing company.
tennis - ball - can - kha

02:58

6037

3

27-05-2009

[12]

3 balls splitting in different directions

hexagonic

I've finally worked out a relatively consistent way of doing this - it's a three ball split in that all three balls split in different directions. Feels better than it looks. Have repeated it a few times so don't worry if you blink at the wrong moment.

00:31

1504

1

10-06-2014

[2]

3 balls, a couch and Van Gogh

lordlind

That’s my new 3 ball juggling video. After watching the footage the first time I noticed that I had too much stuff for a normal video. Because of that I decided to separate it in 5 chapters. I think that the structure makes it more watchable. Chapter 1: body placements Chapter 2: combinations and miscellaneous Chapter 3: fork and back of the hand Chapter 4: boxes and Co. Chapter 5: bodythrows and bodycatches Don’t except too much of the bodythrow/catch stuff. Recently I didn't work much on bodythrows/catches. Therefore the focus is more on the other chapters. Filmed in one session on January 29, 2012. Germany
3 - balls - a - couch - and - van - gogh - paul - lind

11:09

3382

5

30-01-2012

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3 clubs at work

eshibuya

Taking advantage of some empty lecture halls :)

01:20

548

0

11-12-2016

[0]

 
 
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