The future spin has been on everyone's mind lately, and who will do the first true future spin. Torin Yater-Wallace was close last year doing a switch 1800 in competition but until someone spins a 2160 it seems the actual results of a future spin are unclear.
After doing some browsing I stumbled upon this clip of Tarzan doing what seems to be a future spin.
As demonstrated at 1:32 in the video he is launched into the air, spins quickly off axis and returns to the ground as a man, seemingly in the future.
Probably the most unorthodox thing one could do. When you honestly think about, how does one pursue that? Who was the first to have a jump at like 80 degrees and just fly the fuck off of it and tell themselves this is what we need to be doing. When did boarders first put rails in he middle of a field of snow and be like, "I want to slide this." Everything about what we do is just weird.