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#1 ahofer

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Posted 23 October 2011 - 05:14 PM

I only just discovered the animations on the site here, which clarified "Compound Benefits" and "Blender" for me. Are there other animations like that - for Zipper, Fountain, etc.? If you are aware of any can you post a link here?
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Posted 23 October 2011 - 06:58 PM

The animations are great...
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Posted 24 October 2011 - 11:40 PM

I only just discovered the animations on the site here, which clarified "Compound Benefits" and "Blender" for me. Are there other animations like that - for Zipper, Fountain, etc.? If you are aware of any can you post a link here?


Not sure if this will have what you're looking for, but there are some animations on the AKA site. Scroll down and you'll see multi-line:

http://www.aka.kite....pulsory-figures

and some at Reeddesign:

http://reeddesign.co...b/index.html#MT

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Posted 28 October 2011 - 12:51 PM

The ReedDesign website also has a few more tricks/animations for the Rev: http://reeddesign.co...tack/index.html. Our old friend (Traveling) Bicycle is shown here (scroll down to multi-line).

However, I read that nobody is using the STACK names/compulsories anymore........ And the ISKCB is the standard to go by.
Not sure if that is accurate or not.

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Posted 28 October 2011 - 02:55 PM

The ReedDesign website also has a few more tricks/animations for the Rev: http://reeddesign.co...tack/index.html. Our old friend (Traveling) Bicycle is shown here (scroll down to multi-line).

However, I read that nobody is using the STACK names/compulsories anymore........ And the ISKCB is the standard to go by.
Not sure if that is accurate or not.

Originally only STACK had compulsory figures for quad/multi line competitions. When the IRBC came about in the late 1990s they created compulsory figures for all the classes of competitions for the organizations they represent. The IRBC is represented by two members each from AKA, AJSKA(Japan) and STACK(Europe). IRBC stands for International Rules Book Committee.
I served on the IRBC from 2004 to 2008.
The original IRBC figures were drawn with a very old pixel based program and really left a lot to be desired when enlarged. I personally took on the task in 2005 to redraw every single compulsory figure using Microsoft Visio. These figures are available in both vector or pixel graphics. Today, I personally would use Adobe Illustrator for this. There is nothing wrong with the present quality from the Visio work. I am simply better in Illustrator.
The IRBC animated figures on the RoyReedDesign page have been verified as being correct animations by the IRBC in 2006.

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Posted 29 October 2011 - 07:11 AM

Thanks for the explanation johnnmitchell!

The animations are very useful! Thanks! Posted Image

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