Psypher by Robert Smith and Paper Crane Productions - DVD
Robert Smith og Paper Crane Magic præsenterer stolt Psypher. Psypher er den meget roste produkt, Universal Impression, men større, bedre og stærkere. Forestil dig at vide, hvad nogen tænker på når som helst. Ethvert ord, billede, kort eller tanke er skrevet af en tilskuer, og du ved, hvad det er, uden nogensinde at komme i nærheden af dem!
Her er hvad du får:
Flere valgmuligheder, et større gimmick for dig at arbejde med. (Dobbelt så meget som den oprindelige UI)
Skræddersyet til at arbejde 20% bedre end den oprindelige.
Et visitkort tegnebog
De fleste kig tegnebøger koste det dobbelte af hele denne pakke alene. Du får en gratis ... og gæt hvad? Det blæser enhver peek tegnebog ud af vandet! Hvorfor? Fordi du aldrig røre visitkortet, efter at de skriver på det.
Psypher is extremely easy to use but throw in some basic card technique and routining from B. Smith and your levels of deception and impact just went up a few notches. Of course if you want to sit back and let the gimmick do all the work go right ahead, that's what it's here for! Here are some of the routines taught on the DVD:
E-Z - This effect is one of the most pure mentalism effects conceivable with a deck of cards. Your spectator is asked to think of ANY card in the deck, write it down on a piece of paper, and put that piece of paper in their pocket. All of which is done while your back is turned; you can even be in another room! When you return, you remove the cards from the box and place one face down card on the table. Ask the spectator to name the card they are merely thinking of... the spectator turns the card over and it is the thought of card!! Card magic doesn't get any more powerful!
Time zone - Imagine a spectator thinks of a time, a second spectator removes 3 cards from the deck, when the thought of time is named the second spectator reveals her cards... you guessed it, the value of the cards match the thought of time!
Name and Card Routine - This is B. Smiths killer card routine with multiple, impossible climaxes! Imagine not only being able to know the card someone is thinking of, but also know when they THINK 'stop' while dealing through the deck. Not only do you tell them when they thought stop, you now tell them what card they are thinking of. Not only do you tell them what card they are thinking of, you have them turn over the card they mentally stopped at and it is the thought of card! Not only do you do all that, you now have them think of a person that is important in their life and without any words you reveal the name of that person! This exciting and powerful 4-5 minute routine lacks no down time and is worth way more than the price of this kit. In fact, this is what B. Smith would close his shows with all over the world. (When he's not crying tears of blood)
Business Card Wallet - You can do anything you want with this, all while handing out your business cards! This is invaluable for the working magician. Imagine impressing a potential client by having them think of anything (name, word, picture, ANYTHING!) and having them write it on your business card and put it in their pocket all while you are turned away. Now imagine the astonishment when you reveal that thought! You've just given them a story to tell for the rest of their lives, along with proof for them to keep and show others, which happens to be YOUR business card with YOUR contact information on it. Psypher pays for itself!
Plus - Three additional routines, psychology, performance tips, peeks and more!!
Let's face it, this isn't just a DVD or just a Gimmick, this is an entire MENTALISM KIT with endless possibilities. Why pay close to $100 for one peek wallet that's less impressive when you can have a business card wallet, gimmicked card box, or an impression pad, along with a DVD full of ideas and routines all of this for only $40!!
Running Time Approximately: 93min
"...if you’re looking for a flexible, deceptive and effective way to get information, Psypher is an excellent choice. "
James Sanden, MyLovelyAssistant 7/23/2012 Full Review