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20 Electronic Magic




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This article is from the Magic FAQ, by Paul Nielsen nielsen@vulture.eecs.umich.edu with numerous contributions by others.

20 Electronic Magic

There are a hundreds (thousands) of magic related Web sites and most of
them have pointers to other magic sites. Here are a few of my favorites to
get you started:

Robinson Wizard's All Magic Guide
http://www.uelectric.com/allmagicguide/

The Magic Page
http://www.daimi.aau.dk/~zytnia/eg.html

Magic Etcetera
http://www.math.ukans.edu/~atteberr/magic.html

Magic Page
http://user.itl.net/~encore/

The Linking Page
http://www.netdepot.com/~gargoyle/magic.html

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World of Illusion CD-ROM is published by Alan Ran Multimedia Group
Contact Ed Pierce edpierce@interaccess.com

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Houghton Miflin Interactive published a CDROM for Windows and Macintosh
called "Inside Magic". It contains Quicktime videos of probably 60+ card,
coin and prop tricks, and comes with a "bag of tricks" containing a set of
marked cards and two coins and 3 rope segments. The Quicktime videos are
entirely under your control - you can slo-mo, single-frame, go backward,
etc. There is a "presentation" mode to see how to present it and a
"reveal" mode to see how it's done. There are also videos of more complex
routines that use combinations of tricks. The give you a "recipe" for each
of the steps. A reference web page for "Inside Magic" is
http://www.hminet.com/home/products/magic

 

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