If you read it MacMagazine some time ago, you have certainly come across an article about Simon Pierro, the illusionist who uses iPads in his tricks and, therefore, became known as ?The magic of iPads?.
Their numbers are impressive not only for uniting the tradition of magic with the modernity of Ma's tablets, but also for leaving that question mark that screams ?HOW THE HELL DID HE DO THIS??. This most recent presentation is no exception.
At a concert in Germany, his native country, Pierro paid homage to the famous illusionist Richard Valentine Pitchford, better known as Cardini, considered one of the precursors of tricks with hats, scarves and gloves. Take a look (above).
Obviously this is all the intention of the magic shows, but I must be totally sincere in saying that I broke my head for a long time here, without success, trying to imagine how Pierro does it. The ?hand? on the iPad's screen could not be your real hand captured by the device's camera (which would be physically impossible), and don't even start asking me about the things that ?jump? from the tablet into the real world.
Intriguing, isn't it?
via Cult of Mac