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64
64 200
5 ball asynch pseudohalfshower

Capacity

5

Period

2

Full period

12

Orbits

2

Composition

Prime

States

(Ground state)
11111 (6)
111101 (4)

Ladder diagram

64

Stack notation

54

Dual

Self-dual

 

(6,4)
64 sync 200
5 ball synch pseudohalfshower

Capacity

5

Period

2

Full period

12

Orbits

2

Composition

Prime

States

(1,1)(1,1)(1,0) (6,4)

Ladder diagram

64 sync

Stack notation

(5,4)

Dual

Self-dual

 

84
84 200
6 ball asynch pseudohalfshower

Capacity

6

Period

2

Full period

8

Orbits

2

Composition

Prime

States

(Excited state)
1111101 (8)
11110101 (4)

Ladder diagram

84

Stack notation

64

Dual

Self-dual

 

(8,4)
84 sync 200
6 ball synch pseudohalfshower

Capacity

6

Period

2

Full period

8

Orbits

2

Composition

Prime

States

(Excited state)
(1,1)(1,1)(1,0)(1,0) (8,4)

Ladder diagram

84 sync

Stack notation

(6,4)

Dual

Self-dual

 

86
86 200
7 ball asynch pseudohalfshower

Capacity

7

Period

2

Full period

24

Orbits

2

Composition

Prime

States

(Ground state)
1111111 (8)
11111101 (6)

Ladder diagram

86

Stack notation

76

Dual

Self-dual

 

(8,6)
86 sync 200
7 ball synch pseudohalfshower

Capacity

7

Period

2

Full period

24

Orbits

2

Composition

Prime

States

(1,1)(1,1)(1,1)(1,0) (8,6)

Ladder diagram

86 sync

Stack notation

(7,6)

Dual

Self-dual

 

A pseudohalfshower is a pattern similar to a fountain, but with each hand juggling a different number of objects, so one hand throws higher than the other. Any 2-handed period 2 non-crossing siteswap that isn't a fountain is a pseudohalfshower.

Video: 6 ball pseudohalfshower by Phil Thompson
5 ball asynch pseudohalfshower 3 up 360 animation
5 ball synch pseudohalfshower 3 up 360 animation
5 ball asynch pseudohalfshower 5 up 360 animation
5 ball synch pseudohalfshower 5 up 360 animation

The 6 ball pseudohalfshowers 84 and (8,4) are excited state siteswaps, so you can't enter them directly from the basic pattern. You can transition from the asynch fountain to a pseudohalfshower with a 7, and back to the fountain with a 5:

...666666666666 7 848484848484 5 666666666666...

To transition from a synch fountain to a pseudohalfshower you can use a pair of (8x,6) throws, and you can go back to the fountain with a pair of (6x,4) throws:

...(6,6)(6,6)(6,6)(6,6)(6,6)(6,6) (6,8x) (8,4)(8,4)(8,4)(8,4)(8,4)(8,4) (6x,4) (6,6)(6,6)(6,6)(6,6)(6,6)(6,6)...

Siteswap exercisesEdit

You can use these exercises to practice the same kinds of throws that are done in pseudohalfshower patterns, before you learn the full pattern.

Some of the siteswaps listed below are shortened to leave out parts where you’re not doing anything. Click on them to see animations of the exercises.

You should practice doing these starting with your right hand and with your left hand, so that you will be able to do the pattern on either side.

5 ball pseudohalfshower:

Prerequisites: 5 ball cascade, 3 balls in one hand (with each hand)

Exercises to prepare for 64:

Exercises to prepare for (6,4):

6 ball pseudohalfshower:

Prerequisites: 6 ball fountain, 8444, 4 balls in one hand (with each hand)

Exercises to prepare for 84:

Exercises to prepare for (8,4):

7 ball pseudohalfshower:

Prerequisites: 7 ball cascade, 6 ball pseudohalfshower

Exercises to prepare for 86:

Exercises to prepare for (8,6):

See alsoEdit

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