Discover the secrets behind putting a Rubik's Cube inside a bottle, and the unbelievably powerful effects you can use it for with "Cube in Bottle Project."
In collaboration with Vanishing Inc., David Styker and Taylor Hughes are thrilled to teach you everything they know about one of magic's most mysterious impossible objects. You'll not only learn how to make them, but how to use them to perform a mind-blowing instant solve and a show-stopping matching effect.
"Cube in Bottle Project" is a must for anyone looking to leave a permanent impression on their audience.
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What you'll learn:
Creating a Cube in Bottle
You'll learn David Stryker's ingeniously easy way to get a cube in a bottle. Once you know the method, it will only take you about 15-20 minutes to make one. You'll get all the tools and enough supplies to get started right away.
In-the-Bottle Matching Cube Prediction
You also get a complete tutorial and performance rights for Taylor Hughes' signature effect "Reflections." This is the same effect he's used to close out shows from the Magic Castle to his virtual magic shows on Zoom for nearly 5 years.
A "cube in bottle" is introduced. You then bring out another cube and let several audience members mix it up. Once they've had a chance to fairly shuffle it, you retrieve the cube and show that it impossibly matches the one in the bottle. Everything can be handed to the audience for examination. You can even let your client keep it forever.
Visual Bottle Solve
You've seen endless visual Rubik's Cube solves, but nothing quite like this. While locked inside the bottle, you are able to solve a cube in the blink of an eye. This is an incredible moment of visual magic that will stun your audiences. It offers great angles and is super practical for everything from in-person parlor shows to online magic videos. While you can't hand this bottle out, don't let that deter you from showcasing this mind-boggling effect.
What Do You Receive?
In the box, you'll find everything you need to start making your two impossible bottles.
This includes a: