The original notation has now been extended and enhanced in various ways, most particularly to deal with Multiplex Patterns, Synchronous Patt erns and patterns involving Arm Movement. However, the original Site Swap notation continues to be a useful foundation.
On this page we describe the Site Swap notation, |
giving techniques for inventing tricks.
|MM STD||A possible notation for hand movements.|
Colin Wright gives what appears to be a presentation on the development |
and underlying principles of the Site Swap notation, but is in fact about
mathematics, modelling, and science in general. This talk continues to be
very popular, starting at about 20 or 25 talks in 1985, through to over 60
talks in 2006 and some 110 talks in 2010.
Having a notation means you can describe a juggling trick to a computer |
and see it animated for you (the trick, not the computer!). Juggle Krazy
was one of the earliest juggling animation tools and is still the only
one to have real-time graphical editing of a juggling trick.
Links on this page