"It looks like real magic."Lance Burton
"One of the fastest matrix routines I have ever seen."Shin Lim
Wow. This just might be the hit trick of the year. Lance Burton saw it and said, "It looks like real magic." And you know what? We completely agree. Jeff McBride saw it and said, "You have completely revolutionized the Matrix." Exactly!
It's this clean: you clearly place four coins on the table in the standard matrix formation. You clearly cover them with four cards. With ABSOLUTELY no perceptible moves (and no sleights), you lift three of the cards to show the coins are gone. You lift the last card and all four coins are revealed beneath.
This is the rarest kind of effect: where practicality is met with ingenuity to produce something strong enough to fool even magicians, yet practical enough to close a professional show. And that's just what it is. Creator Greg Gleason uses "Quantum Coins" in his theater performances. With the aid of a close-up camera, this effect will ASTOUND thousands of people at a time: it looks like a camera trick.
Imagine this: you can perform this effect onstage with people on either side of you. Select a poetic piece of music to go with it, and you just added a television-worthy piece to your show...strong enough to be your closer.
There are all sorts of possibilities with “Quantum Coins.” Our favorite is to use this as an interlude in a stage show: With a couple spectators right by your side, you’re able to do THE CLEANEST MATRIX WE’VE EVER SEEN, and a camera can capture the whole thing from inches away. It’s even possible to make the four coins appear under a spectator’s hand. This gets GASPS.
Think this looks good on video? It looks even better in real life.
These precision-made props (manufactured by Roy Kueppers) will last a lifetime and take care of ALL the work for you. You get to focus on presentation and connecting with your audience.