New Trick I Invented

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Rian Mileti, Apr 20, 2013.

  1. #1 Rian Mileti, Apr 20, 2013
    Last edited by a moderator: Dec 12, 2013
    Here is a New Trick I would like to share with you!
    [video=youtube;LoUvXghIKKc]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LoUvXghIKKc[/video]​
    I hope it fools you. It's one of my all time favorites! Let me know what you think :)
     
  2. Cool trick I was fooled!
     
  3. Very interesting! I cannot say that I have seen anything like that before. Well done man.
     
  4. Absolutely great trick, it totally fooled me and I love it.
     
  5. That was amazing! Really liked the last bit with the moving hole.
     
  6. That's awesome! the only thing i can think of is a mirror to reflect the light but it sure looks like your hands are empty to me
     
  7. I am generally extremely skeptical when someone posts about a trick they invented.

    But I would buy this, if it were for sale. Very interesting. Good work.
     
  8. Holy!! That was a good one!! Nice job man!!
     
  9. There was a very similar piece that came out a few years ago (Hole in the Head I think was the name) but it was very limited and from what I can tell, you aren't using the same method e.g. you have a piece of dynamite and I'd certainly love to be one of the first in line if you plan on marketing it.
     
  10. #10 Rian Mileti, Apr 21, 2013
    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 21, 2013
    Thank You All :)
     
  11. That fooled the crap out of me.
     
  12. No digital manipulations here?
     
  13. Wow, you've really been doing some great stuff, I honestly have no a clue when it comes to any of your videos, do you perform much?
     
  14. I perform regularly in a small town called Murphy, NC I created Permeable this month and I am starting to work it into my performances :) It is doing quite well... In regards to releasing it I must say I have never released any of my effects before. I would like to but I don't want to release Permeable first. Permeable still needs some tweaking.
     
  15. Hey Rian, you've got mail. ;)
     
  16. I've gotta ask the same question. It looks great, but I can't see how it's possible unless you use a stooge or a camera trick.

    Obviously I'm open to it being a real trick, and am inclined to believe you, but can you tell us for 100% sure that this is a real, impromptu trick?

    Best,
    Vince
     
  17. #18 Rian Mileti, Apr 23, 2013
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    It's not impromptu but only 1 person is needed to preform it. I'll leave it at that :)
     
  18. #19 Vinnie C., Apr 23, 2013
    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 23, 2013
    Would it be too much to ask if the trick can be (relatively quickly) set up anywhere and performed, or is it more difficult to set up than that? Since you mentioned it's not impromptu, I'm guessing it takes a decent amount of set up.

    You don't have to answer this question if you don't want to, I'm just curious. :)

    Best,
    Vince
     
  19. Yeah, it's a different method. You couldn't face the audience with the hole in head trick.

    This is a really cool piece of magic! I can see it working great on stage with a spotlight and a projector screen :)

    How similar is this to Morgan Strebbler's piece of magic with a shadow?
     

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