What is the rewind of torque? Spinning Butterfly?

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What is the rewind of torque? Spinning Butterfly?

Post by Ian Brill » 28 Jun 2011 14:32

Can't visualize it. In theory it should be the same number of components so would it be spinning bf? Is there something closer?

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Post by C-Fan » 28 Jun 2011 14:42

I remember the first videos on footbag.org, where they were in quicktime format and took FOREVER to load. I'd load a page, and it would go so slowly, that I would kill the time by starting the video, waiting for the marker dot to hit the end point of where it had reached in the download, and then manually rewinding the image. I watched every single video from 98 worlds on footbag.org literally backwards and fowards.

Long story short, rewinding torque looked like spinning butterfly to me.

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Post by Ian Brill » 28 Jun 2011 14:55

So that's your secret!!! :)

Thanks, I'll take your word for it. Somehow I would have thought it would a bit more "simple" like the oompf that comes from a torque, but I guess that's taken accounted for in the spin. Perhaps a low-mid set spinning butterfly.

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Post by cd » 28 Jun 2011 15:28

At 3:03 in this video there's a clip of me hitting mobius, played backwards.

A downtime torque in rewind would have an uptime dex, as in a spinning atomic set. The above rewind mobius is spinning atomic same osis.

Torque rewind would be spinning atomic op clipper.
Pdx torque rewind would be spinning atomic same clipper
Blurry torque rewind would be spinning atomic butter.
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Post by Ian Brill » 28 Jun 2011 15:37

A-hah! My original suspicions were close! At first I thought spinning illusioning clipper, which I then combined into butterfly. However, the thing that I was interested in was what you have described: a spinning atomic set, which I don't believe I have seen before. I think this move would look cool.

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Post by cd » 28 Jun 2011 15:58

I think I've seen Felix hit this. I have hit this set a handful of times.

Also here's Byrin at 7:43 http://www.fourkast.com/media/videos/ar ... ympro-mfj4

It's tagged as spinning nuclear. Same thing.
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Post by Ners » 30 Jun 2011 07:39

Also first trick in this video:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yf5d6eL_5Vg[/youtube]

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