I programmed an Android App for passing Siteswap generation and just finished the first release. The following features at are supported at the moment: Find all possible Siteswaps for a given period length and number of objects Easy filtering of zips, zaps and holds via check boxes Automatic filtering of non-passable patterns Support for pattern … Read more
On 2016-12-14 Greg Philips wrote to the Passout list: Dear Passing Friends After a couple of years of on-and-off work, I’m pleased to announce the official release of juggling•graphics, a siteswap illustrator. It serves absolutely no purpose other than to draw pretty pictures of siteswaps — but that’s more than good enough for me! You … Read more
Munich and Ulm cooperating (even more than usual) for this one: a period 3, 4-handed siteswap passing: cute pattern & easy on the brain. Feels funny juggling. You should be able to throw clean double passes, though! To me, it looks strange to see myself passing – after all those Minis and manipulation stuff and … Read more
Passing: If you stay inside the vanilla restriction, you´ll get 4 handed siteswaps with hands throwing alternately. This means, a 4 handed ‘global’ siteswap sequence gives you the throws for right hand juggler 1, right hand juggler 2, left hand juggler 1, left hand juggler 2 and again. So, juggler 2 starts half a beat … Read more
Different 4 handed siteswaps are compatible, meaning that juggler 1 can do a different pattern than juggler 2 – that´s especially great for juggling groups of mixed skills – better jugglers can pass a difficult pattern against an easy one. Christian Kästner compiled an online, searchable list of compatible 4 handed siteswaps. In this list, … Read more
2 color code in WhyNot (pass self pass heff zip) that is reversed by Andi (easily).