Carl Sagan said that any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Seems
that's what this is relying on.
I understand the price point is necessary to cover the cost
of the tech, and the engineering to apply it to this trick... but it is outrageous, for so
unimpressive an effect.
I get the distinct impression it was created to fool magicians, and at
that, it succeeds, for the moment. Not many magicians would guess the secret, as it is such a very
strange and costly means of achieving the effect.
This gets a rating of 3, not for the
price, but for the mediocrity of the illusion. It fails to impress.
Bro , I haven't purchased the product yet but your thinking of it wrong.This isn't a trick, if you want to make your routines cleaner to impress your audience than this is for you.The product allows you to cleanly get the card they freely picked, what you do with that information is up to you.Find their card from another deck and put it in your TKO came back in another room say that you were trying to influence them on one card show an isolated envelope and show that the only card there is the card they freely picked so on and so forth. The possibilities are endless...