Ich Bin Ein Berlin Ed (UnEditEd)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hdyoCjXRcIDon’t watch the clip above, go to Youtube and watch it in High Def.
The first video from Nika from the recent MoM Berlin Masterclass. Super super effect from the lovely camera lens. Hire him, he makes stuff look amazing with a camera. πŸ˜€
Oh, and I’m in the Video, too.
I bust out after day two of the workshop. MY eyes bug when I watch this, and I was there!
Thanks Nika! I can’t wait to see more videos!
Edit: Drew I added a category, cos Ed was too modest. πŸ˜‰

5 years, 1000 posts, 1 000 000 views

LED type 02 / light painting
Five and a half years after starting MoM, we have; 1 book, 2 weddings, several MoM workshops, and over 1 000 000 unique visitors (according to our stats counter).
And this is MoM’s 1000th blog post.
Phew.
Thanks for reading, and here’s to the next 5 years.
The above image is from theFlickr acrylic balls pool. by Maido of Japan.
Smiles
Drew

Delta bot is fast – Multiballers soon to be obsolete!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gv5B63HeF1EThis Delta Robot by Mimixmotion constructs a 3 layer pyramid and completes the routine with some 2 ball “spin-spin” flowers.
Multiball contact jugglers can soon to retire, while skynet takes over the world of manipulation.
Gotta love your Friday morning robot pR0n!
via the highly esteemed Lady Ada

LCD – contact juggling & liquid robot dancing

After the silly robot intro, LCD launches into a wicked display of contact juggling isolations. To quote Su-nami from www.contactjuggling.org

How is it when you Isolate an acrylic it looks like an incredibly intricate dance form and when i isolate an acrylic it looks like, well, someone isolating an acrylic?

LCD (aka Liquid Crystal Display aka ‘elsie-dee’ aka Nika aka Nick) and Matt Hennem have been obsessing for a decade now about the fine details of moving a ball from point ‘A’ to point ‘B.’
For more, check his youtube profile

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