This is one o the best glass tricks out there. All the details of this levitating ball trick are revealed. Win beers or money with this bar trick. Perform it anywhere with common household items.
This trick is super sweet and easy to do. What you'll be doing is called the penetrating toothpick trick, which will link two toothpicks together. Any bar or resturaunt that has wooden toothpicks will make for a great location to pull off this trick. This is also known as the linking cigarette trick which is very popular on the net right now.
This video will teach you how to do a trick that you can use to win money off of your friends when they cannot do it. The task at hand is holding a plastic bottle cap in the thumb-forefinger gap in each hand and switch the caps without letting go of them. This video will show you the exact technique for making it work, which you friends will probably not know, rendering them completely unable to do this, frustrated, upset with you, and less however much money you bet them.
In this tutorial, learn how to do the popular Zippo trick, "The Twilight Zone". Basically, you will need to make a simple modification to your wick so that your flame looks extra spooky. With this effect, you will be able to "light" and "put out" your flame using only your fingers. You will appear to be taking the flame away and then putting it back. This illusion is very fun, so have a look and give it a try.
Learn how to do the Thumbaround Reverse with this pen spinning tutorial.
Before your calls flood our command center, I'd like to clarify: anti-gravity is not real. It is a trick.
So, the in-person conversations between you and your friends has slowed down to a near halt, thanks to everyone's obsession with texting, Facebook, and over-uploading pics to Instagram—socializing at its best. It could also be that you're just not interesting enough anymore in person.
Here's another video showing you how to rip up a piece of paper and then have it magically restore itself to its pristine state. This requires two pieces of paper and little handy work, distraction and you're off to the races!
Learn how to cut a beer bottle in half! That's right, watch this video tutorial to learn how to cut a beer bottle in half with acetone, string and fire. You'll also need the glass bottle to be empty, and probably a pair of scissors.
OK, don't use this video to propose to your future wife, but DO try this video to impress your friends and family. You'll need a ring and an audience and you'll be able to show them how the ring jumps off one finger to another. It's magic!
1. This video describes how to perform the cut and restored string trick. For performing this you need One "Scissor", "about 4 inch length of string", "one Straw" which you can get any restaurant or juice shop and "one X-acto Knife". Now actually prepare the straw, and the secret is in the straw in this case.
Magic Trick: The Floating Can Have you ever heard of the Masked Magician? With the television series Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed, the so-called Masked Magician (Val Valentino) revealed secret after secret of the magicians repertoire. Valentino creates “the magic” then proceeds to reveal the reality of the illusions before a captivated television audience.
Magic Trick: The Appearing Bird Have you ever heard of the Masked Magician? With the television series Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed, the so-called Masked Magician (Val Valentino) revealed secret after secret of the magicians repertoire. Valentino creates “the magic” then proceeds to reveal the reality of the illusions before a captivated television audience.
Want to make your fingers look like they have flames shooting out of them? Learn how to protect your fingers while they are ablaze and make your friends think you are impervious to pain. Use easy to find material to protect your fingers while you light each one on fire.
Happy weekend! Time to relax and waste time. If you're a child at heart, or you've got a couple young ones hanging around, treat them to these old-school magic tricks, courtesy of Flickr user Jordan Smith. Smith generously scanned and uploaded a selection of cards from a postcard set published by the General Cigar "Hall of Magic" for the 1964-65 New York World's Fair.
Here's how to perform a sweet magic trick where you tear a piece of paper and restore it to normal. Well, it will look like that. You'll need two pieces of paper towel to do this trick. Check out this video and remember, magic is everywhere!
Magic is something almost everybody wants to learn, so why not learn now? Magic tricks can be done by anybody, you just need a little confidence and a little sleight of hand to pull off the illusion. This video tutorial will show you how to perform the "coin bend" magic trick. Be a magician to your friends and your family! This is basic magic for beginners, so don't fret, see the reveal... learn how to bend an ordinary coin in half.
In this tutorial, we learn how to levitate any object. You will need: four batteries, two empty cans, playing card, and a ball of tin foil to do this trick. To start, you will need to first tape two of the same batteries on the side of each of the cans. Then place the cans on opposite sides of the table from each other. After this, bend the playing card so it stands up on the side. Then, roll a small ball of foil up and place it on top. From here, you should be able to lift the cans up and th...
Now you see it, now you don't. That's basically what's going on here. But it's more like now you see it, now you don't, but that's because the coin's in my other hand! With a little swiftness, good aim and superb catching skills, you too can perform this easy ghost coin trick, where it appears in one hand, then the other.
Wish you could fly like Superman? Now you can, with a little magic (or more appropriately, illusion). This magic trick lets you float horizontally in midair, and it's simple to perform. This video reveals the secret, which is as simple as a box and mirror.
This is a video tutorial on how to perform the torn and restored trick. The effect is that a napkin is torn into several pieces and magically restored to the state it was before. To perform the trick, you need not one, but two napkins and a pen or a straw. Keep the pen in your back pocket. Keep one napkin hidden in your hand in the shape of a ball. While tearing up the other napkin, be careful not to flash the napkin ball in your hand. After you tear up the napkin, roll it into a ball and put...
This video is a tutorial on how to perform the multiplying chalk trick. The magician uses two pieces of chalk to perform this trick, although he also suggests using anything chalk-shaped. First, the magician performs the illusion of hiding one piece of chalk in his right hand. The other chalk is visible to the audience in his left hand. He switches the chalk and pretends to put it in his pocket, but in reality he is hiding the piece of chalk. He continues to repeat this action over and over. ...
It's a trick that never fails to amaze. You're placed in handcuffs, but with a flick of the wrist, you're free! Kick off your career as a daring escape artist with these simple tips.
We were dumbfounded at first, too. But this jumping bean is momentum based, not larva powered. The erratic movement of these DIY foil toys is actually simple physics. Hint: there is a marble inside the aluminum foil. When the marble rolls internally to the foil's end, the foil-bean flips with the momentum. All this commotion mixed with some well coached hands makes for a magic jumping effect.
Learn some free magic tricks with Cameron. You can learn some of the worlds best magic tricks from Cameron Oelsen, an amateur magician who loves to share the tricks behind his tricks.
Magic Trick: The Box of Pain Have you ever heard of the Masked Magician? With the television series Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed, the so-called Masked Magician (Val Valentino) revealed secret after secret of the magicians repertoire. Valentino creates “the magic” then proceeds to reveal the reality of the illusions before a captivated television audience.
This rope trick will have your audience asking "how'd you do that?" You will need a length of think rope about 3-4 feet long and a pair of scissors. Sometimes we use materials that require adult supervision... like scissors so make sure you have friends and family around whenever you do magic tricks.
Interested in pen spinning? Want to pick up a few moves? Pen spinning is the skilled movement of a writing instrument or pen with one's hands. It is used as a source of self entertainment (often for students), but there is a great deal of pen spinning culture (competitions, websites, etc.). Watch this pen spinning tutorial video and learn how to perform the "Continuous Middle Backaround 1.5" move.
Watch this and learn how to bend a spoon in front of the spectator. Very visual and easy magic trick to do.
This may be a simple paper trick, but on a grand scale, this trick is done on real woman with real saws. This is just the miniaturized (and safer) alternative to the "saw a woman in half" magic trick. Okay, it's not the same exact principle. It's just a sneak paper trick with a little sleight of hand. You'll need a paper drawing of a woman, and envelope and a pair of scissors.
This shows you how to turn an ordinary cigarette into cash. Stump your friends with this simple magic trick.
Here are 10 incredible optical illusions that will blow your mind! Which optical illusion do you think is the coolest?
Wow, I'm excited. This one left me giddy. Fill a glass with water, give it a whirl, and voilà... let the debate begin. CGI or physics? Comment below.
This is the famous cups and balls magic trick. You'll make the balls appear and disappear, seemingly at random. You'll need some balls to do this trick - 3 to be exact. You'll also need 3 cups. Watch this video and see how it's done
Want to impress your friends or maybe that special someone by pulling out foot after amazing foot of paper out of your hand? Of course you do! Now, with this sweet little video you can learn how to use a prop called a mouth coil to do it.
Sponge balls are a very cool magic effect. But you will have to master palming first. You will get very good reactions. The best part is that you can simply keep them in your pocket. Here is how to start.
With this easy to learn step by step tutorial you can learn how to perform the floating dollar bill magic trick. Amaze your friends by levitating a dollar bill right in front of their eyes.
This is a classic trick David Blaine did in his first special and here the secret is revealed. Bite a quarter and spit it back together.
In this video tutorial, we learn how to perform the "Amazing Dragon Illusion" magic trick. For more information about the trick and its execution, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started incorporating this trick into your own routines, watch this free video magic lesson.
In this video tutorial, we learn how to perform the "All Screwd Up" prop trick. For more information about the trick and its execution, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started incorporating this trick into your own routines, watch this free video magic lesson.