The Neural Miracle by Phill Smith (GV $12)

The Neural Miracle by Phill Smith (GV $12)


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Welcome to the future...

A future when mind and matter become one through incredible technology without parallel - imagine a unique mental experience, a neural miracle connecting your thoughts with a singular deck of cards, allowing unprecedented insight and...

Ah, I just can't keep it up. My name's Phill, I design magic (it's a real job trust me) and this is the Neural Miracle - I know, it doesn't say that on the picture, I'll explain why later. The Neural Miracle is an easy magic trick with an amazing fun story to tell - inside the trick you put on a smart silicon wristband that (according to the story) is connected digitally to the playing cards, linking them directly to your brain with a neural interface. Once connected this lets you know everything about the cards. You can mix and cut the cards and you'll know what the top card is, what the face card is, spectators can name a number and you can tell them what card is at that position. They can name Aces and you can tell them where exactly in the deck each named Ace falls, you can tell them where the pair for the top card is, you can even spell to cards from anywhere in the deck... it's a miracle!

And if that's not amazing enough, you can even have the audience think of a card they've just spotted in the deck, and when they tap THEIR phone on the neural interface wristband a message will appear on screen telling them the name of the card they are just thinking of.

Of course, the way this works "ISN'T" that you have this world's first incredible impossible neural interface that links directly to your brain - it looks like it is, but the real method is much easier. The cleverly designed deck of cards does the work for you, along with the simple wristband (which isn't really a neural interface - that's just part of the story, but which really can ping information onto the screen of a mobile phone that's tapped against it) - you don't need to be a master magician of an expert at sleight of hand: this trick is what magicians call a SELF WORKER. That means that when you know how it works, and when you have practiced it a bunch, then YOU can do the trick the exact same as I do it in the video. It's a great piece, and because it's so easy to actually do, you can concentrate on having fun with your audience, your friends and family, co-workers, clients, whoever you decide to show off to.

Why is it called Neural Miracle and not...?

OK so, why doesn't this trick have the name of the deck that you can see in the video and on the photographs? Well, if you're like me, if someone showed you this trick, and you thought it might be real, the first thing you would do would be to Google it! If