Static Levitation

DVD by Manoj Kaushal
$9.95 Possibly discontinued.
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Static Levitation

9.95 usd

DVD by Manoj Kaushal ($9.95)

Possibly discontinued.
Email me if it becomes available again.
Static Levitation - magic

Static Levitation allows for some very magical looking effects. You can suspend bills or other objects in mid air. As if they have been frozen there. There is no hand above and you hand below moves freely.

Features 5 phase theatrical routine for close-up, stand-up and stage.

Each phase has been refined to optimize the use of the Static system. Movements are minimal and simple for anyone to learn. The method is relatively easy, which help the effect to appear effortless and fluid- exactly as a levitation should look.

This instructional comes with a bonus which designed to build suspense and demonstrate the impossible.

A crumpled bill is placed on the back of a spectator's hand. You cup your hands around the bill and the spectator feels the bill lift off. Your hands lift up slowly and the bill remains unseen. As you move your hands away the bill remains suspended in mid-air.

  • No complicated hook-ups
  • Easy get-in and get out
  • Offers new possibilities for animations and suspensions
  • Sets up in seconds
  • New method for levitating from a spectator's hands, without ever touching the bill
  • New stabling technique to make levitation truly static
 

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