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Finnish Diabolo Convention / Re: FDC2015 trickjam video 6/???
« on: November 02, 2015, 07:36:02 PM »
Hmmm Wis, EJC2016 is  From 30. 7 to 7.8. 2016 and FDC2016 happens 11. – 14.8.2016 and from our point of view and diabolowise as we organize the FDC -festival we might think that EJC should move their dates to somewhere else, maybe to February or something. There's not too many conventions in February so it would really make sense that EJC would happen then. At least Finnish people have holiday in February so it would be really convenient for us. Also as  I have organized EJC in Finland once this change of EJC dates to February would make perfect sense from that perspective too.

Cheers. Hope to see you at FDC too Wis and all the other diabolo people too. If I would need to make the choise between FDC and EJC as a diabolo juggler and I could only take part one of these events I would choose FDC with no hesitation, definitely. 

So see you all in August in Finland. Peace!

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Finnish Diabolo Convention / FDC2015 trickjam video 6/???
« on: November 02, 2015, 07:29:58 AM »
https://vimeo.com/144298732

Tell us what you like? We are really interested of getting feedback and get you all to the FDC2016 11. – 14.8.2016!

and yes we'll have the contest of guessing the total amount of FDC2015 videos, without going over.



Cheers,

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Finnish Diabolo Convention / FDC2015 trickjam video 5/???
« on: October 28, 2015, 07:27:01 PM »
https://youtu.be/QoKq1UL3ui0

https://vimeo.com/143910190

Tell us what you like? We are really interested of getting feedback and get you all to the FDC2016 11. – 14.8.2016!

and yes we'll have the contest of guessing the total amount of FDC2015 videos, without going over.



Cheers,

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Community & Events / Re: Name the Video
« on: October 27, 2015, 05:51:17 PM »
It was the person first video, even some thought he was a copycat. Lot of discussion here at D.ca

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Community & Events / Re: Name the Video
« on: October 27, 2015, 12:06:57 PM »
bump.

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Community & Events / Re: Name the Video
« on: October 23, 2015, 11:44:38 PM »
The person who made the video is from Brazil. I'll give more hints if needed.

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Community & Events / Re: Name the Video
« on: October 22, 2015, 04:28:22 PM »
I can confirm the video and as a hint Marko might be able to confirm as well. And it dates back to 2010. I can share more hints when needed. ;)

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Community & Events / Re: Name the Video
« on: October 21, 2015, 08:41:20 AM »
Cheers Wis, I can help when the time comes... Marko might be able to help as well with this 2010 classic youtube flick.

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Community & Events / Re: Name the Video
« on: October 20, 2015, 06:04:03 PM »
Page turn, Sorry that I missed the earlier post. No freebies for me. Got to be faster!

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Community & Events / Re: Name the Video
« on: October 20, 2015, 02:03:20 PM »
This is oldie and goldie from 2010, Hopefully this is easier  than the last one. I was quite disappointed people don't know any of the FDC videos. :(

https://youtu.be/NEuFr2uVav0

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Community & Events / Re: Name the Video
« on: October 20, 2015, 08:17:16 AM »
okay, it was Marko's edit of FDC2008. :D Maybe the song was soft enough for him, even it wasn't from his car playlist including artists like:
avage garden, Roxette, Ace of base, B*Witched, No Secrets, Vitamin C – “Graduation Song (Friends Forever), M2M – “Don’t Say You Love Me”
Mandy Moore – “Candy”, Solid Harmonie, Princessa - 7 days a week

That's why I didn't know what this was. Should have remembered it. 2008 was a nice year at the FDC

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Finnish Diabolo Convention / FDC2015 trickjam video 4/???
« on: October 19, 2015, 07:48:34 PM »
https://youtu.be/aK97S5ZHqxM

https://vimeo.com/142918025


Tell us what you like? We are really interested of getting feedback and get you all to the FDC2016 11. – 14.8.2016!

and yes we'll have the contest of guessing the total amount of FDC2015 videos, without going over.



Cheers,

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Community & Events / Re: Name the Video
« on: October 19, 2015, 12:08:32 PM »
It really doesn't sound like FDC-video sountrack unless it is from from those rare years we also have Marko's edits, but then this really isn't Princess?

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Tricks / Re: Two Handed Diabolo Siteswap Notation
« on: October 13, 2015, 08:19:05 AM »
And there's some discussion somewhere here on d.ca about two handed diabolo siteswaps too maybe year or two ago...

This was on subject of fans and suns:
with 1d, fan and sun is the same move. (at least as I see this) On 2d word sun is used for patterns based on two handed four beat siteswap pattern 312s2s .
Where sun happens on 22 part and 31 is the set up.

And just to be clear how these sun/fan terms are used at the moment with 2d.
sun = 312s2s, 4 beat pattern
fan = 2s2s, 2 beat pattern

31 is the two handed siteswap notation for basic shuffle.
2rbw, 2 or 2rfw, 2 would be the hover speed up,
continuous speed pulls would be 2rbw/rfw231
22 would be the minicolums with 2 diabolo
312 is the ping pong minicolums variation
330 is a fun to do


rbw= right back wrap
rfw= right front wrap

fan is just continuous 22 movement. diabolos stay on same place on the string but string rotates a circle.

nice patterns from here are doing regular 22 (minicolums) and going in to different versions of fan, (right out, right in, left in, left out) keeping the pattern as 2222s2s as a five beat version and 22s2s as much more difficult 3 beat version. some 31222 versions are fun too, 3122s2s is really good fun as the sun part changes direction so to speak is antifan or antisun. (s after siteswap, explains the sun/fan)

At this point I point out my point here: sun and fan are for me same things. they describe same movement, it is just difference between the siteswap of the pattern. I know I have said this before but I don't really enjoy naming the tricks. As usually the trick names don't explain anything about the movement/trick itself.

2handed notation for 3low would be 51? or (4x,2x) depending how you like to think of it, or do you prefer sync or async.
cascade is 333
with columns you have lot of ways to go. 333 is possible as 4440, 423, they are different but just coulumns don't give enough info.
box is (4, 2x)(2x, 4)
Hover is multiplex pattern. [2rbw, 1] 3,
other nice hover patterns with 3 are [2rbw, 2],2 which is minicolums with hover, and [2rbw, 3],1 which is hover with anti shuffle. 

for 3d suns/fans with 2handed siteswap notation, here's some variations without feeding.
regular 3d sun/fan would be [2s,2s],2s or 2s,[2s,2s]


And about diabolo state diagram.
More of this was already published on Kaskade magazine and at Finnish diabolo associations newsletter at 4/2009.

This image shows how string can be around diabolo, so basicly twists and wraps. I have quite big one with wraps, twists, trapezes (one stick in wrap), and backside versions of these. Then I have other with half turns, and I am making a cradle state graph and kind of tower-pedia thingy too.

http://supiainen.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/diabolostatewraps.pdf

And something about terminology I used here

Open right (OR) is like open string with right hand speed ups, kind of way
RBW is right back wrap
RFW is right front wrap
Twist R is twist with right string going to twist in front
Twist L is twist with left string going to twist in front

LUB means left under back
LUF means left under front
LOB means left over back
LOF means left over front
RUB means right under back
RUF means right under front
ROF means right over front
ROB means right over back

and of course you can do this with holding stick, and moving your arms
or letting go of stick and let that form a wrap
move diabolo, that it forms state you want to make. whatever.

As I think this diagram explains the most basic states in diabolo juggling. How string can be around diabolo. Basic wraps and twists.


Here's some of my diabolo stuff, (in Finnish, mainly)
http://supiainen.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/diabolostuff.pdf

I really like the idea of taking the sticks in to the notation too like you did, but as having the end result of having really heavy notation with lot of multiplexes showing that the stick is in the hand. I thought of doing this as well but then in the end I didn't use it because it felt too heavy. Now after seeing your work I'm changing my mind on it and think this is good idea and in my Graphic juggling notation I would use different colours to make the sticks stand out from diabolos.

there's so much variations and important things to notate in diabolo juggling compared to plain ball toss juggling.

I really should come back and do more work on this subject again. Thank you for making the website and thinking of these things. Diabolo culture needs this kind of things and discussion too.


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Finnish Diabolo Convention / Re: FDC2015 trickjam video 3/?
« on: October 13, 2015, 07:13:51 AM »
And there's actually two different sets of red curtains. ;)


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Tricks / Re: Two Handed Diabolo Siteswap Notation
« on: October 12, 2015, 06:52:16 PM »
And there's some discussion somewhere here on d.ca abou two handed diabolo siteswaps too maybe year or two ago...


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Finnish Diabolo Convention / FDC2015 trickjam video 3/?
« on: October 11, 2015, 11:21:58 AM »
https://youtu.be/q1FuYmDLy98

https://vimeo.com/142043354


Tell us what you like? We are really interested of getting feedback and get you all to the FDC2016 11. – 14.8.2016!

and yes we'll have the contest of guessing the total amount of FDC2015 videos, without going over.



Cheers,

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Gear / Re: 2D fixed axle or ball bearing?
« on: October 11, 2015, 12:43:26 AM »
bearing is the future, fixie is the museoum.

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Tricks / Re: Two Handed Diabolo Siteswap Notation
« on: October 09, 2015, 04:10:47 PM »
HEllo,

Nice to see somebody else do similar work that I have done. I made a thesis work 2012 for Theater Academy Helsinki on a subject of graphic juggling notation and I also included explanation of an idea of complete diabolo notation that explains diabolo states, body throws + how the string is around the body and also uses two handed siteswap notation to explain how the diabolos move. Unforunatelly it is only in finnish and I kind of lost interest of explaining it to people who think they are completely happy without any theory of anything in general. Now your work  brings me back on a subject and I am quite sure that it could be useful to share our thoughts.


Cheers,

Rauli

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