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The components can read multiple playing cards at the same time.

A box of cards was given to the audience and they put random "Remote Viewing" numbers on a security
envelope where they put their card in.

I also performed this at Penguin Studio's in OH with 50+ audience members. Will post the video when I get it.
Dan Harlan introduced me to the audience -- what a great guy!

The chipped cards are as good as what is used with the Insight Reader. All cards fit in 1 playing card box and the chips are undetectable in the cards.

Chips can also be placed in multiple objects and programmed from the unit. The output is to a 1" receiver (in the eraser on the board), a covert audio earpiece, or both. Everything runs about 6 hours continuously with a full battery charge. The reader notifies you of what is taken off the table. It also communicates to a website that can be accessed via the iphone or android phone for information about what is on the table and what is taken off the attache table.

Check out the video and let me know what you think!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKt6dXupIVg

For those curious here is a glimpse of how everything works:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AS0n3VORXSM
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This looks fantastic Smile Very clever and seems to work smoothly.
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Absolutely wonderful, Steve!

Three questions:

-- In the performance, at what point did you read the cards?

-- I don't understand the purpose of using long numbers on the envelopes. What am I missing? Smile

-- Is this/will this be a commercial product?

Thanks Smile
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Outstanding!! Very impressive!
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Looks awesome.
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Show much will it cost and when will it be available
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On Feb 16, 2016, Jonathan1000 wrote:
Absolutely wonderful, Steve!

Three questions:

-- In the performance, at what point did you read the cards?

-- I don't understand the purpose of using long numbers on the envelopes. What am I missing? Smile

-- Is this/will this be a commercial product?

Thanks Smile


Hi Jonathan,

Thank you!

At the beginning of the routine I explain about how the military in the 90's developed a remote viewing program .. it was later declassified. I explain a little about the program and then tell them to enter random numbers on the envelope after they put their non-forced card in the envelope. Here is the wikipedia link regarding remote viewing if you want to check it out: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Remote_viewing

The remote viewing program in the military was based on the teachings of Ingo Swann who was a true psychic.

I read the card when the person took their envelope off the attache case. The receiver was built into the eraser ... the eraser had a magnet that attached to the postit note dry-erase board. I turned the eraser around right before I showed the audience.

Yes .. the unit will be available as a commercial product -- not sure of the price but you can use it for a million different effects -- the rfid tags which can be put into anything cost about .50 cents a piece.

- Steve
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On Feb 16, 2016, MadisonH wrote:
Looks awesome.


Thank you Madison!

- Steve
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Cost will be around $5K.
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On Feb 16, 2016, Alex DLF wrote:
This looks fantastic Smile Very clever and seems to work smoothly.


Thank you Alex!

- Steve
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Unfortunately way out of my budget but I know some people will achieve true miracles with this Smile
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Show much will it cost and when will it be available


Cost will be around $5K.



Then Good luck ! ... but in the same time it's a true masterpiece (in term of coding) sending the removed object/card is just an awesome idea !!!
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On Feb 16, 2016, kazpet wrote:
Show much will it cost and when will it be available


Cost will be around $5K.


Wow, here's one for the wishlist! Great piece of engineering.
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