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Published 5 years ago with 3 Comments

The Tube of Mystery

Richard Wiseman shows us a simple trick that makes it seem like you can make objects appear out of nowhere. Like many magic tricks, the key here isn’t obscuring what you see, but playing with what you think you’re seeing.


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  • TNY

    You can see it shake a little bit.

    • robmonk

      Yup I caught that before they showed the backstage part. Had I paused the video I would have probably figured it out myself, but it jumped right to it.

  • grandsalami

    I bet that's how a lot of the old movie effects were done

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