We have a hard enough time keeping two balls in the air at the same time, but this robotic contraption is able to deftly juggle five balls at once. It’s even smart enough to detect when a ball is intentionally dropped and resumes without skipping a beat.
A visually stunning promo for Cascade Juggling in which fiery bits of steel wool were spun into the air. The film was then slowed down and played backwards to spectacular effect. Its maker assures us they didn’t start a forest fire.
Another impressiveperformance from Enra, combining projected animations with live action – in this case precisely matching the timing of Yusaku Mochizuki’s diabolo juggling with the digital images on screen.
We didn’t even know that this was a thing, but it is. Watch as pen spinners Ian Jenson and PPM demonstrate their incredible manual dexterity sending their writing instruments twirling around their fingers like tiny batons.
Juggler Lindzee Poi uses four rings to create optical illusions. Matching his movements with the song Comptine d’un Autre Été from the Amelie soundtrack, Lindzee made it seem like the rings were suspended in midair.
While he hasn’t managed to keep them in the air for more than a few seconds, we’re still duly impressed by Alex Barron’s ability to toss 13 balls into the air, and catch every single one of them. In fact, he throws in two bonus catches.
Grantland takes us inside this awesome juggling variant – a sport in which competitors must keep three objects in the air without having them knocked out by their adversary. Then again, it is almost April Fools’ Day.
LiveLeak member dcmfox shared this video of a busker in what seems to be Germany as he entertains passersby with his slick football juggling skills. He can probably keep the ball off the ground the entire day.