- flying the infinity in the right proportions
- flying the infinity in an even speed (backwards)
- standing wingtip landing
IN is called when the kite is at ^0<80, resting on a wingtip in a standing position. After 50% vertical flight the kite turns 90° anticlockwise and enters the infinity figure, flying backwards. The diameter of each arc is approximately 60% with the bottom of the infinity at ^20. The point where the two straight lines intersect is at ^50. The kite 'leaves' the infinity figure at ^50<80, at the same point where it entered, after again performing a 90° anticlockwise turn. OUT is called after the kite has travelled downwards vertically, landed on a wingtip and is still standing.