Perspective

$25.00 In stock. Order in the next 3 hours, 5 minutes and it will go out today!
 

Perspective

25.00 usd

Trick by Julio Montoro ($25.00)

In stock. Order in the next 3 hours, 5 minutes and it will go out today!
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The ability to impact someone's perspective can truly feel like mind manipulation..

And that's exactly what "Perspective" from Julio Montoro allows you do.

This super visual and fun blend magic trick / mind-bending optical illusions is the perfect trick for TikTok, Instagram, Omegle and all of your virtual magic shows.

When you place an object closer to your eyes, it looks bigger than the objects behind it. That's how perspective works. But, with this new gimmick, you can make this perspective permanent.

Two equal parts of a playing card or gift card are shown. One part is moved forward to show this phenomenon. Yet, once it's moved back, it's actually much bigger than the other piece.

An uncut performance is available in the trailer.

Each "Perspective" set comes with 2 AMAZING GIMMICKS: A king of clubs and Starbucks loyalty card.

 

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  • Paul asks: Are we able to perform this live in person or is it for zoom type performances?

    • 1. James answers: It is best performed on camera.
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  • Peter asks: So does it come with Starbucks cards to rip?

    • 1. James answers: You get the perspective cards (a King of Clubs and a Starbucks' business card), that you can pretend to tear in half.
    • 2. Gary answers: Unlike in the video where he DOES tear one in half...
    • 3. Gary answers: Sorry guys but another misleading video, he bends one card in half (Starbucks) and then the video is spliced to make it look like he is tearing it in half. You would have to teat a card in half from top to bottom not just pull it apart.
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