Curio 20:47 15 May 08

Were computers used in this piece of manipulation?
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  Stuartli 20:54 15 May 08

It's certainly a very clever illusion trick.

  peg 21:08 15 May 08

amazing I cant figure that one out which is of course the point.

  Bingalau 21:49 15 May 08

I've seen this one a few times now and think it is brilliantly done. But how?

  peg 21:57 15 May 08

How do you think computers could have been used to create the illusion ?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 22:20 15 May 08

smoke and mirrors

  Earthsea 22:32 15 May 08

I remember hearing something about a similar act involving a pair of identical twins, one of which had been born without lower abdomen and legs. It was early 20th century I think, but haven't been able to Google anything.

  Kev.Ifty 23:16 15 May 08
  Mr Mistoffelees 09:13 16 May 08

That has to be the best sawing in half trick I have ever seen.

  Stuartli 09:55 16 May 08

I think that the act on this US show a couple of years ago in which the lady assistant constantly changed clothes at lightening speed was equally as clever (the act appeared at the Royal Variety Show later the same year).


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(I think this was the particular act - there seems to be more than one).

  Curio 14:18 16 May 08

Tongue in cheek observation:o)

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