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Orinoco -

Roxana Küwen is quite clearly a Sister of the Bene Gesserit. Her mastery of prana-bindu training is evident in this lovely foot juggling act.

https://vimeo.com/184028817


via @ISACSIreland

lukeburrage - - Parent

Sorry
Because of its privacy settings, this video cannot be played here.

Daniel Simu - - Parent

"here" meaning on the Edge. It can be seen on vimeo if you click the "watch on Vimeo" link..

cojack -

Good day all. Nice to make you acquaintance. I am member of the RHUL circus society. We are putting a day flow arts convention on the 29th of April (it is unfortunate that we clash with Lestival, but it is the only day we could do). I was told that here might be a good place to post about it. For more information check the link below.
https://www.facebook.com/events/196862024135217/

The Void - - Parent

Hi Cojack,
Welcome to The Edge. Did you know there is an event listing page on this site too? http://www.jugglingedge.com/events.php Lots of juggley-types search here to find events. You can create a listing for your event on there too, if you like (even if it only links to the FB page).
Have fun at RHUL. (Sorry, I'll be at Lestival. :) )
Cheers.

Mïark - - Parent

Hi Cojack,

Welcome to the Edge, it is unfortunate when juggling events clash. Like The Void says, do add your event the the Juggling Edge events listing. You could also add your club to the Juggling Edge clubs listings - help jugglers find your club and your club find new members

Orinoco -

Very nice slinky manipulation video:

https://youtu.be/Zdw3rabl_kk

7b_wizard - - Parent

next level juggling .. props are dissolving .. post-deconstruction school

great pick!

7b_wizard - - Parent

*deconstructivism

Stephen Meschke - - Parent

Slinky escalator: http://woodgears.ca/toys/slinky.html

MAMANESS -

Hey Everyone! Fellow jugglers and those that are wondering how you got directed here, welcome!

My name is Mark, and I'm located in Beautiful Durango, Colorado. I am an avid juggler that loves to pass and learn new things as well as teach old things! If you are interested in learning to juggle, or interested in passing, throw me a sign and I'll throw it back!

Daniel Simu - - Parent

You sound as enthusiast as you'd expect from someone with their name in all caps!
Welcome :)

Orinoco - - Parent

Hi Mark, welcome to the Edge & thanks for saying hello.

Here's a sign for you.

Daniel Simu -

I thought you Brits or you juggling history lovers would particularly enjoy this episode of Juggle Jabber with Matthew Tiffany :)

https://youtu.be/D-tpVgrKJ1c

The Void - - Parent

You were right. Cheers to you both.

JonPeat -

Wintercon 2017 – The Ludwigshafen Juggling Convention Review (DE)

The city of Ludwigshafen played host to the annual Wintercon juggling convention from Friday 24th – Sunday 26th February 2017.

Please follow my link to read my recollections from the weekend:
http://ezine.juggle.org/2017/03/18/wintercon-2017-the-ludwigshafen-juggling-convention-review-de/

Due to technical problems with the IJA site I was unable to upload the review until now, sorry to keep you all waiting!

Hope you enjoy, whether you did or didn't, join the discussion!

Cheers, Jon

7b_wizard -

What is "rock solid", for you when practising, wanting a trick or pattern rock solid (not when rating someone else's juggling) ?
#lingo #jargon

7b_wizard - - Parent

Can hardly tell myself, cos' nothing I juggle is really safe to not fail early before I get a good long lucky run in an attempt. (Guess, I'm doing at my limits too much, instead just "juggling" also easier stuff).
  Going over endurance in order to then after that get a pettern safe enough for a short run to show, with 5b cascade, I feel pretty comfortable now (>1,000 catches), but doing the 5b reverse cascade lucky over 100 c a few times lately is still way from "solid, stable or safe", so I think, I need 250-300 catches (?) at least to feel like "I got that halfway down" with then still lots'a practise ahead to really "own", somewhat "master" it.
  So, "solid" for me, at my current level, a lot means like being able to vary a pattern, bail out drifts, turns or lost timing and rhythm, and find back to comfortable fluent controlled pattern. (Yet that's still not "utterly controlled, mastered, rock solid", let alone "performable on big stage" as long as I get early fails a lot and longer runs luckily onlöy or after longer warmup anew on every single pattern).

  So, (I'm aware it depends on the goals, on the difficulty of the pattern, on if to perform it for vid or onstage, but) how about your best patterns or tricks, .. are you okay with a few rounds (periods, cycles), with 50, 100 catches, or do you want them to last 300, 500 catches? When do you feel "safe" with them?

7b_wizard - - Parent

"until it becomes ``boring´´" is another criteria just came to my mind.

Mike Moore - - Parent

I should be able to:
Do it while talking to friends (and others, I suppose)
Do it whenever I want for however long I want
Rely on it completely when trying to do harder versions

^At least 95 % of the time. To me, if it feels good and has low variation, it's solid. Even inverted box I drop somewhat oftenish, and I'd consider it solid.

peterbone - - Parent

With a club balance.

The Void - - Parent

Peter wins this thread.

Mike Moore - - Parent

Solidly, with a club balance? If so, how do you know when you have that solid?

peterbone - - Parent

Obviously not otherwise it becomes recursive. Normally a qualify would be enough, or a bit more. Solid is such a vague word that I'm not sure I'd ever claim to have any trick solid to be honest.

7b_wizard - - Parent

"Solid for you" would like mean when you're satisfied with it far enough to stop practising it intensely for example.

7b_wizard - - Parent

.. or also when you feel it's ``ripe´´ to increase its difficulty and dare a harder version of it for example.

Mike Moore - - Parent

Hehe, I was imagining a progression of objects of decreasing length, ending with the silly end behaviour of no object at all.

7b_wizard - - Parent

:-o nirvanic.

It's Him - - Parent

I consider a trick solid when I can do it at least 9 times out of 10 in practice when combining it with another trick.

I will then introduce it into my show and if I am still dropping it too much I will revise my belief that it is solid until I can reproduce the same consistency in a show.

Nigel

7b_wizard - - Parent

That - even though mine's different and much lower level - reminds me of wanting >10 rounds of a single extra throw in e.g. 5b practise, like #5-count backcross or reachover or 4b + one very small club, before I attempt on faster #n-count or add a club to 3b2c. Or >10 times "per run" (no matter how much cascade only in between). Same for e.g. 3b single behind back looking in about a #5-count.

pumpkineater23 - - Parent

Agreed - ripeness. When I can do it well enough to blob it into my other stuff.

The Void -

Dinardi. There was an old music hall act whose tag line was "He fills the stage with flags!". Dinardi doesn't use flags.
https://youtu.be/cT0AueXMJe4

Daniel Simu - - Parent

Haha, that's a weird act!

Cedric Lackpot - - Parent

I'd suggest the flags in question are don't really look like irises.

Cedric Lackpot - - Parent

Note to Orinoco: This post is b0rked. Preview wouldn't render it correctly, even when I edited it, and I have no access to the full editor since the reply page only gives a link to causal diagram help.

Example screencap.

#meta #orinoco

Orinoco - - Parent

Not sure exactly what the problem is here. Did the preview render for you but not as expected or did it not render at all as per that screenshot? If that is not the 'full editor' in that screenshot what precisely is missing from it?

Cedric Lackpot - - Parent

It should've read :-

"I'd suggest the flags in question are irises, but they don't really look like irises."

... with a link to Wiktionary on the first 'irises'.

I was going to check the source, but without the means to reach the full editor I couldn't do that either. I note that I still do not have access to the full editor in comment replies.

Orinoco - - Parent

What do you mean by 'full editor'?

Orinoco - - Parent

That was rubbish, he didn't catch a single thing!

I did like the orange stripey suit at 1:58 though.

Little Paul - - Parent

I love that, you just don't see production acts any more.

Also, those spring flowers are gorgeous! i haven't seen any that well made in a long time, most I've seen available commercially look more like feather dusters.

Which is of course, more or less what they are

Daniel Simu - - Parent

No more production acts? There are still some people performing with loads of bottles and umbrellas, right?

bad1dobby - - Parent

I love that you just don't see production acts any more.

I saw a production at the start - in the basket. After that, all I saw was some people unpacking some boxes on stage (albeit with great enthusiasm).

lukeburrage - - Parent

I'm so glad that I've never had to sit through an act like this live. It's interesting to see the video, from a historical perspective, but I found myself using the "skip forward 10 seconds" function over and over, waiting for something to happen.

mtb - - Parent

Prepping for this act must have sucked. Packing all of those things into boxes....

Dee - - Parent

Whereas I was thinking of the poor stage-hands having to quickly clear all that stuff off the stage. Hope the compare has lots of filler material.

The Void - - Parent

"End of first half? Right-oh!"

Orinoco -

New edition of Spectacle now available.

Orinoco - - Parent

Any Aussies on https://www.circus.net.au/?

I don't currently have the enthusiasm to work out how to masquerade as a member of the Australian Circus Scene to pass the strict sign up standards. Shame because it looks like there is some festival information in there.

7b_wizard -

ball tracking maths
Stephen's log entry: http://www.jugglingedge.com/log.php?LogDate=2017-03-14&UserID=913
[here's more editing space and eventually more maths gifted readers]

I'd go from there: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intercept_theorem, 1st graph (or better 3rd, below, ignoring "E" and "F" - "better" because ball's pictures' locations are parallel to camera's plane in the 3rd graph) .

So B and C then is the two camera's distance from each other. Where their common focus is, is S; its distance to the two cameras' plane can be measured from where the balls' pictures fully overlap. The ball's pictures then are A and B.

I just don't know how translate ball's pictures' distance in pixels as provided by tracking software into centimeters or inches in-real-distance, or, vice versa, how to translate the two camera's distance from one another in centimeters or inches into pixels. .. Holding two blue balls right onto the camera's lenses would make the software give the known cameras' distance also in pixels, but ball's pictures are then too big, so the blue tip of a needle might do it and still then I don't know, if cameras take any pics at all from object right on their lens.

But maybe using the known ball's diameter for gauging pixels versus inches or centimeters would work: find the distance at which the two ball's pictures touch. One then has a line segment AB in pixels for the ball's diameter's amount of centimeters or inches.

7b_wizard - - Parent

.. have to correct   So B and C then is the two camera's distance from each other.   to   "B and D".
The ball's pictures then are A and B.   to   "A and C".

7b_wizard - - Parent

$/%"&!§"§$w4q3& .. °sigh° ..

a line segment AB in pixels for the ball's diameter's amount of centimeters or inches.   =   "a line segment AC in pixels for the ball's diameter's amount of centimeters or inches."

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