The introductory special has ended. But at $10 it's still a terrific value. This is an original illusion based on a new principle developed by Steve Fearson. Although the illusion depends on the latest technologies, it has actually been in development for over 10 years.
Over a decade ago, Steve spent an entire year working on a top-secret magic project along with two other leading magic creators, oriented entirely around the internet and technology. The project was ahead of it's time and was abandoned. In 2001 Steve released an updated version of the Wizard phone effect using a popular online messaging service. It was way back then that he was developing these incredible new concepts. But most have had to lie dormant, waiting for the proliferation of mobile devices.
Sitting someone down at a PC has never felt very magical. But these devices are real-life magic wands. Where a computer seemed to dull the magic, the seemingly unlimited potential and energy around these devices may in fact be assisting the spectator in suspending their disbelief. As if maybe anything IS possible with these things! Magic and the mobile are like peanut butter and chocolate. But only when it's done right.
We hear from a lot of customers who float popcorn to their mouth in the theater using the Float Object to Your Mouth With Fearson's Master Levitation System. Could we ask for a better movie than Carrie to pull this stunt? Just bring a change of Magic Underwear... someone may need it. This movie ad is another fine example of the impact a levitation has on people. Keep your fingers crossed for more viral videos from the Carrie movie!
If you love levitation, you need to see this. In Ascension, Steve Fearson reveals a brand new way to produce the illusion of levitation. And you can float all sorts of things, even full sized human beings. (plus-sized too) Far from a typical magic trick, the Ascension illusion occurs in the digital realm, using a borrowed camera to produce a photographic image of your subject levitating high in the air. The technique will be of great interest to any student of levitation. But as a magician, just imagine being able to send someone home with a photo of themselves levitating... taken on their own camera.