Wagon-wheel effect - Wikipedia

The wagon-wheel effect (alternatively called stagecoach-wheel effect or stroboscopic effect) is an optical illusion in which a spoked wheel appears to rotate differently from its true rotation. The wheel can appear to rotate more slowly than the true rotation, it can appear stationary, or it can appear to rotate in the opposite direction from the true rotation.…

Majorette 2020 Packet Final - fulbright.uark.edu

double cartwheel Tossleap/illusion Toss leap/cartwheel OR Toss leap/walkover These are basic requirements to be considered for the Feature Twirler Position. All are subject to different variations as needed. Body work and ability to move around floor/field for an extended period of time. ...…

How to do an "illusion"? ChalkBucket

Jun 12, 2010 · I've been reading all of these replies and even though they all sound great in explaining the technical side of the illusion, they are very confusing as to how to actually do it. Now all you really have to know how to do to be able to do an illusion is a cartwheel (easy peesy) and…

Illusion Alaskan Malamutes

Keeping with the theme we settled on Illusion. Each of the puppies that we keep are named after magicians, illusions or other effects. You can read about each dog’s name on their page. We enjoy many activities with our Malamutes such as conformation shows, weight pulls and agility.…

Illusion - Konig Wheels

The Konig Illusion is a tuner inspired 10-spoke design with unique ball cut spoke edges, which are offered in standard machined or with a Red, or Blue tined clear coat. ** Colored accent wheels (red & blue) are developed with a tinted clear coat. The appearance of tinted colored wheels may appear different than pictured depending on the available light. **…