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Mathematics and magic may seem a strange combination, but many of the most powerful magical effects performed today have mathematics at their core, just as mathematics lies behind almost all technologies we use, products we buy and the jobs we do. This series features mathematicians and magicians Matt Parker, Peter McOwan and Jason Davison. For more information on amazing maths, science and engineering powered magic, you might like to explore www.mathematicalmagic.com , www.illusioneering.org and www.cs4fn.org/magic . This video was produced by the Faculty of Science and Engineering, Queen Mary, University of London and wideangles.tv, with support from the UK HE STEM project and additional support from cs4fn

Mathematical Magic Queen Mary University of London

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Mathematics and magic may seem a strange combination, but many of the most powerful magical effects performed today have mathematics at their core, just as mathematics lies behind almost all technologies we use, products we buy and the jobs we do. This series features mathematicians and magicians Matt Parker, Peter McOwan and Jason Davison. For more information on amazing maths, science and engineering powered magic, you might like to explore www.mathematicalmagic.com , www.illusioneering.org and www.cs4fn.org/magic . This video was produced by the Faculty of Science and Engineering, Queen Mary, University of London and wideangles.tv, with support from the UK HE STEM project and additional support from cs4fn

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