Vanishing Inc are proud to be able to offer you the Lynx Blackboard from Lynx Magic, an incredible electronic device that allows anything to appear written in chalk on the blackboard with extreme precision.
Even when you know how this works, it looks truly magical. Whatever you secretly draw on the tablet or phone appears written in chalk on the blackboard. Imagine having your spectator think of any number, any word or make any drawing, and having that appear in real chalk on the blackboard. The phone or tablet can easily be hidden inside a notepad or book and using the double writing principle, the magician can predict anything - or the magician can have an assistant make the drawing on the phone or tablet off-stage from up to 60 metres away! The possibilities are endless and the effects are mind-blowing. Because the 'prediction' is written in chalk, you are able to visibly rub out the chalk and perform again.
All the mechanics are concealed within the blackboard and have to be seen to be believed. Once your drawing is on the phone or tablet and sent to the board, the mechanism comes to life and begins to replicate your drawing. Once done, the phone or tablet vibrates for 3 seconds to let you know it's done, and the drawing device conveniently tucks itself away into the board out of sight. A true marvel of precision engineering combined with modern technology.
The chalk used is a specific brand and a small piece can last up to 50 performances, and takes only 2 minutes to replace. While drawing, there is a noise so you will need to ensure you are able to cover this with either background music and/or speaking.
Points to note:
- Performer can predict numbers, words or drawings
- Uses Bluetooth technology up to 60 metres away
- Packs flat inside a small flight case
- Takes around 3 minutes to set up
- Predict anything without stooges or pre show work
- Works with virtually any android phone or tablet that uses Bluetooth
- Comes with custom made app that you install on the device you want to use
With this amazing prop, you can predict anything - numbers, letters or even drawings, so the possibilities are endless.Goncalo Gil