Re: Aikido software - Aikido 3D
Thanks for the feedback Dan.
From my research this program seems to be well regarded as at least a general information source, so I feel confident that adaptations/interpolations can be made where displayed techniques differ from my own style. More to the point, there doesn't seem to be much competition for this type of product.
I'm also considering purchasing "Ukemi - The Art of Falling" by Bruce Bookman, of which there are basic and advanced versions, and "Ki in Aikido: A Sampler of Ki Exercises" by C.M. Shifflett. All of those have had some very good reviews.
BTW, not actually in Brisbane - nearby. For personal reasons I'd prefer not to advertise my association just yet, as it remains to be seen whether or not the current style is a good fit for me, both practically and philosophically. I'm committed to continuing in one form or another, but it's very early days for me.