Monday, July 02, 2007

4b Multiplex Families Demonstrational

Here it is... my first substantial contribution to the juggling video world. Link to Google Video page.

This is a ball juggling demonstrational video with 12 different 4 ball multiplex patterns grouped into 4 families: [43], [53], [54], and [64]. Each pattern is shown individually, and in connection with other family members. I did not include connections between families in this video. I will make another video specifically for that.

There are 479,001,600 permutations of the 12 different patterns. I'll go ahead and say a few of those wouldn't be possible according to siteswap science, but A LOT MORE OF THEM would be possible. So, mix and match them as you like. They are a lot of fun!

Quote of the Day
It's choice - not chance - that determines your destiny. ~Jean Nidetch



At 6:48 PM, Anonymous Eric Matthews said...

That's a lot more 4-ball than I thought anybody could do.

Are those JuggleThingies or Tossaballs?

At 7:05 PM, Blogger Ed Provencher said...

Juggling Thingies


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