Cheries videos of Rotisserie Movement

Valerie Sutton sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Mon Jul 9 18:19:27 UTC 2007

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July 9, 2007

This second video is also a Rotisserie Movement, because the Forearm- 
Wrist-Hand are locked as a unit and rotate as a unit...

The fact that the knuckle joints, or the wrist, are locked in a down  
position, still means that the whole unit rotates as a unit. The  
wrist is still locked.

Rotisserie Movements do not travel, but always stay in one place, and  
they always have a locked wrist joint, just as you have shown in  
these videos...

Excellent example, Cherie...I am impressed with the prop that you  
designed to show this too...we can write better textbooks with videos  
like this!!

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