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Praemovo (DVD and Gimmick Material)

by Rorrison, Alan

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Category: Mentalism
Media Type: DVD
Publisher: SansMinds Productionz

Product Description

What would you do if you could create a few frames of simple animations on the back of a phone? No fancy technology, just you and a marker.

You can make the magic happen with Praemovo.

Alan Rorrison has created a moving ink effect that allows you to create a short animation for a brief moment. It is an extreme, cute and magical effect for all ages.

Everything is included and the effect is 100% customizable to any drawing you like.

Note: TV rights not included with purchase. Please contact SansMinds for TV rights.
Date Added: Aug 9th, 2016
MLA SKU: 57a97f7c4a299

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July 25th, 2020 2:07am
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Reviewed by James Sanden
The magic world has seen a number of ways and approaches to animating a drawing, from Martin Lewis’ seminal “Cardiographic” to Dan Harlan’s classic “Card-toon.” Alan Rorrison has created an interesting close up version of this plot with “Praemovo,” an approach to animating a drawing on the back of a cell phone.

In “Praemovo” an image drawn on the back of a cell phone is made to animate. The performer then erases a part of the changed drawing, before handing out the cell phone for examination, at which point the audience can erase the rest of the image. While there are a few limitations, there is a lot of leeway in the type of drawing one can use. Keep in mind, however, that whatever image is used, the direction of movement is always towards the top of the drawing. Also, because the image is drawn in black, a lighter colored phone is required. However, the phone is not gimmicked, so if a spectator’s phone is an appropriate color, it’s possible to use... [Read More]

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