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Street magician uses iPad to play some magic tricks


Many have deemed the iPad as a magical device that has ever been released on earth. In fact the iPad works really like magic and it’s become a tool for a Japanese street magician to show some magic tricks, just outside the Apple’s high-traffic Ginza retail store.

The iPad was used by the street magician, Shinya, to show many interesting tricks, including how human communication evolves from a very basic of smoke signal to characters and then to more interesting things such as time travel etc. He could even swap a pigeon out of the iPad screen by a snap of finger. No one including Apple would have thought that so many magic tricks could be played using the iPad. Perhaps they should think of making a magic iPad app to let us show off among friends. Watch the clip below to open your eyes!

via gizmowatch geek


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