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Contained within these videos are all manner of magical miscellanea for your delectation and performance. Each of the magical effects presented here is easy to do at home or in the classroom and will astound your audience. To assist on your path to magical mastery our voluminous videos will help you discover the magic and the secret science behind. Hidden in each of our effects lurks fascinating science and engineering. Our magical marvels are powered by concealed chemistry, paradox producing physics, baffling biology, mysterious mathematics and enchanting engineering. Secret science and engineering has been behind every single magical and conjuring effect throughout history, and now is your opportunity to discover it to help you amaze and amuse, entertain and educate. Matt Parker from Queen Mary, University of London presents this series of videos. Full details, including lesson plans for teachers, are available at www.illusioneering.org. The project was developed by the Faculty of Science and Engineering at Queen Mary, University of London (www.qmul.ac.uk) with funding from the UK National HEStem programme (www.hestem.ac.uk) with support from cs4fn (http://www.cs4fn.org/magic/) and games developer, space explorer and magician Richard Garriott.

Illusioneering Queen Mary University of London

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Contained within these videos are all manner of magical miscellanea for your delectation and performance. Each of the magical effects presented here is easy to do at home or in the classroom and will astound your audience. To assist on your path to magical mastery our voluminous videos will help you discover the magic and the secret science behind. Hidden in each of our effects lurks fascinating science and engineering. Our magical marvels are powered by concealed chemistry, paradox producing physics, baffling biology, mysterious mathematics and enchanting engineering. Secret science and engineering has been behind every single magical and conjuring effect throughout history, and now is your opportunity to discover it to help you amaze and amuse, entertain and educate. Matt Parker from Queen Mary, University of London presents this series of videos. Full details, including lesson plans for teachers, are available at www.illusioneering.org. The project was developed by the Faculty of Science and Engineering at Queen Mary, University of London (www.qmul.ac.uk) with funding from the UK National HEStem programme (www.hestem.ac.uk) with support from cs4fn (http://www.cs4fn.org/magic/) and games developer, space explorer and magician Richard Garriott.

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