E-Wave

Trick (pre-order) by Marc Oberon
$150.00
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E-Wave

150.00 usd

Trick (pre-order) by Marc Oberon ($150.00)

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Give the power of Extra Sensory Perception to anyone!

"I have had the opportunity to see Marc Oberon's E-wave, and I can tell you that the E stands for Excellent." Max Maven

Marc Oberon's "E-Wave" begins with a squeaky clean "which hand"-style effect before building progressively toward a powerful conclusion that will leave your audiences stunned.

Using an ingenious combination of methods, "E-Wave" allows your spectator to correctly guess the position of any ESP symbol with 100% accuracy. Any position, any symbol.

  • NO procedure
  • NO mental gymnastics
  • NO memorization

This is as direct and powerful as mentalism can be. It's perfectly suited for both parlor and stage magic shows, as well as virtual magic shows.

Each "E-Wave" set comes with precision-made props constructed of high-quality materials designed to last countless performances.

"I love being fooled, and Marc Oberon's wonderful E-Wave, a multi-phase gem of increasing impossibility, did that handily! This very clever combination of methods feels like a classic." David Regal

"Marc's new piece challenged all my previous notions about ESP routines. It is dramatic and exciting in a way that is rarely seen. It starts simple and then just builds and builds. Remarkable." Tom Stone

"This really fooled me! Such a strong and direct routine, I'll perform this in both my zoom, parlour and stage shows!" Lior Manor

"I like it so much I've demanded I get the first one!" John Archer

 

Community questions about E-Wave

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  • Paul asks: Having learned the principle of how the effect works, can it be customised ie use different images.

    • 1. Jim answers: In theory, yes, but the DIY work is needed, and not taught.
    • 2. Paul answers: Thank you Jim.
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  • jim asks: How many phases are there? Can we see a complete video performance & how many minutes can you get out of it?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: There are 5 phases in the supplied routine. We do not have a full video performance that has been supplied to us, but I'll do my best to detail the phases. 1st Phase: Your spectator chooses a symbol, you select another symbol, mix them up and hold both cards in front of you with the backs towards your spectator. Your spectator is able to correctly identify which card is their card. 2nd Phase: You repeat this but hold one card in each hand, your spectator is able to correctly identify which one is your one. 3rd Phase: Your spectator chooses another symbol, you add this to the other two and mix these three together and hold them in your hand with the backs of the cards facing your spectator. Your spectator is able to identify which card is the one they just chose to add. 4th Phase: You add the other two symbols and ask your spectator to name one, the cards are mixed and held in one hand with the backs facing your audience again, your spectator is able to identify which card is the one they just named. Final Phase: You mix the cards and ask your spectator to name each one as you place them down, you then turn all the cards over to reveal they were 100% correct. I would say it's about 3-5 minutes if you perform the routine the way it is given to you, but you could probably make it longer/shorter if you wanted to. In my opinion it's a good product, if you want to perform a matching ESP effect then it's very well thought out, and it looks very clean. I could see this getting a great reaction in parlour, stage or Zoom shows.
  • Theron asks: Can you please share the dimensions of the board?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The product in the packaging is roughly 13 x 18 inches so the board will be a little under that.
  • William asks: Can you please post a full video of the routine?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Unfortunately we have not been supplied with a full performance video, but we have detailed the phases in one of the other answers above.
  • James asks: What are the dimensions of the board?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The product in the packaging is roughly 13 x 18 inches so the board will be a little under that.
  • Brett asks: Can we see the actual routine instead of some overproduced video that gives very little insight?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Unfortunately we have not been supplied with a full performance video, but we have detailed the phases in one of the other answers above.
  • Lou asks: Yes, please post a video of the full performance.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Unfortunately we have not been supplied with a full performance video, but we have detailed the phases in one of the other answers above.
  • Peter asks: Is this suitable for a complete beginner?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: I think this is an easy to do effect, the moves are not difficult so as long as you practice your ability to present this effect then it should be okay.
  • Clifton asks: Can the board be handed out for examination?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It probably could be but there shouldn't be any reason to, you can show the back of the board in the performance.
  • Sean asks: Are there clothing and set requirements other than simply “parlour or stage” setting?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: There is no clothing requirement for this effect, you simply need a place to display the board.
  • Robert asks: Just to be clear, this isn't a "virtual only" effect right? And it would be *equally effective and deceptive* in a live show?

    • 1. Jim answers: It is designed for live shows—it will work well for such.
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  • Axel asks: Hi, can I perform this trick in a streetshow ? How close can people watch and there are angle problems? Thank you Axel R.

    • 1. Jim answers: It is best done on a formal stage or platform.
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  • Axel asks: How far can come the spectator approximatly with whom I do the trick ? Thanks Axel R.

    • 1. Jim answers: A couple of feet away.
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Customer reviews for E-Wave

Reviewer

Boris

Well designed method and a really good script/flow for a performance. The cards are of very high quality, the board itself is a bit flimsy, but this part can be replaced pretty easily (while you have a hard time doing the cards yourself, especially in the quality you receive here). On the other hand, the board is very lightweight so doing the finish as suggested in the video (holding it in the hand rather than having it on a stand) can be done better and also if you need to travel, this will not add too much weight but on the other hand needs to be protected against an accidental fold or bend.
Again, the most important thing are the cards and they are done well and also just "feel" well in your hands and when doing the moves, so five stars it is even if you could have resevations about the board itself - and to repeat myself, that is easily switchable/replaceable.

 
Reviewer

Steve

Love the concept and will use a variation of the routine in my upcoming shows. The video is well done, but you may want to rewind several times during the section on how to hold and select the right card. Would have loved to give it an "excellent" rating but for the money I was slightly disappointed in the overall quality of the props, The cards themselves are well made but the board is made from thin foam core and the top of the gimmick is plastic. Still if used with care it should last quite a while. I may build my own from sturdier materials. Overall still glad I made the purchase.