Over the years many magicians have tried to make a portable version of this effect using many things. Most of these version compromised on aspects of the effect to make it workable and portable. This is something I was very aware of entering this project. In a phone I had found the perfect window but I still had to set myself some rules to follow to ensure the effect kept its "wow" factor.
- The card had to be a free selection
- The card had to be signed
- The spectator could do the selection and signing process if they wanted to
- The phone the card passed through needs to be borrowed
- In an "app for everything" world I was not allowed to add an app to the phone.
- The need to be able to feel that the card is inside the phone.
- Everything must be inspect-able
The gimmicks will also be upgradable when new phones are released in most cases. You will need to purchase one extra thing to make the gimmick which will cost around $4 but once the gimmick is made it will last you a life time.
You also get two little extra bonus routines which will allow you to break apart your spectators phones and restore them right in front of their eyes. Along with this we will give you an extra handling for the main routine which will make it a little easier on the beginners out there.
The download is in mp4 format and is just under 30 minutes long.
"If you are looking for an insane card through window style effect that will leave your spectators minds blowen, this is it! and insane visual and another crazy concept from Mr Rorrison"
- Dee Christopher
"When you first see this you think "oh that's a cool app" Then you remember that it is your phone. Then your remember that you selected, signed and tore the card yourself and it is now INSIDE your phone. Then you have no where else to go but into madness. Bravo Alan"
- Ben Williams
"I LOVE IT"
- Greg wilson
"The card through window we have been waiting on"
- Andrew Stewart
"NO. That's not possible! That's just not possible! How do you come up with this stuff you little hobbit f**k"
- Chris Webb