Friday, March 4, 2011

The ABC's of the Multiple Rings

First, we build two rings.

Think of a perpendicular ring and a horizontal ring.

Connect the two rings together.

If we look at it from the front, the two rings' connection part looks like a cross. There are 2 crosses - don't forget the cross at the back.

We now have a basic structure of a ball.

It rolls back and forth. It turns left and right. It diverts incoming force from the front , the back and from the two sides.

Build more crossed rings. The ball can then turn side ways and it can now divert incoming force from all directions.

In any combating action, there is always a set of master rings.

The "cross point" of the master rings , in particular the one at the back, is a weak point. Once the connection is dislocated, the structure collapses.

-last edit 05.05.2011