While a spinning orbit looks like a solar eclipse, stalls are another way of creating a simple optical illusion for the audience. A stall is when you stop the orbit from spinning or moving in some way while keeping tension built up. There are many variations and locations where a stall can be performed including the arm, chest, mouth, and chin.
The Move [How to]:
Where You've Seen This:
Why You Need to Know It:
Orbiters are constantly changing the speed of the orbit and their bodies throughout a light show. Because the orbit is always spinning, stopping the orbit on a body part offers a change of pace, which can be trippy if placed correctly. You can even stall it on people in the audience!
Who Uses It:
Orion, eLockz, Pharaoh, Puddles,
Variations: Hat Stall, Chest Stall, Mouth Stall, Chin Stall, Prop Maniuplation
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