Tutorials

Freeze A Beer In Two Seconds

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This video will show you how to freeze any beer in two seconds without using any props or gimmicks. This trick will work best for parties that you host yourself as it will require 3-5 hours of prep time. Prep is quite easy - just place the beer in the freezer for 3-5 hours.

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Creating Your Own Magic

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Magicians and illusionists alike often create their own magic to set a name for themselves. Their tricks or illusions will often be inspired by older, classic tricks but have been taken to new heights or given clever new twists. Let's present a quick run through of the important questions to consider:

  1. What tricks or illusions do you already know?
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Single Sheet Animated Paper: Illusion and How To

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"Absolutely Genius."

The inventor of this animation is unknown, but it has been featured in a children's book called Gallop! by Rufus Butler Seder at Eye Think.

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Quick Guide To Dragon Illusion Paper

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If you recall the Samsung set of illusions here, you might remember the kick-butt 3D Robodragon that was the highlight of the video. If you were wondering how to make it, here is a quick quick video highlighting the steps you must follow. All you need is some paper and some origami folding skills.

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Floating Chopsticks (Or Other Utensils)

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"If you don't like Asian food, well, I'm sorry."

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Levitating an Orange (Or Any Other Fruit)

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I love this trick, it's really simple and easy to do. It's deceivingly titled as a "How To", but doesn't actually reveal the secret. Not to worry - it's a really easy trick to figure out and you will love doing this at the dinner table. Watch it a couple times before reading the comments for the reveal.

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Sleight of Hand - The Pinch Drop

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A simple yet useful technique to vanish objects. The Pinch Drop utilizes any object (in this video a coin is used) placed first in one hand. The object is secretly dropped with a small release of pressure under the cover of the other hand. Though the other hand is there to cover the drop, in the eyes of the audience it should appear to grab what was the object but is now thin air.

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Haunted, Magic Portrait

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How to create your own creepy haunted, magic portrait that appears to follow the viewer's movements with its eyes. A classic, timeless and haunting illusion.

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