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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by doyle369, Jul 24, 2012.
how the hell did he do this?
Simple; he just ignore all laws of physics and walk down the wall.
Since it looks he walk away without the classical steel cable which could hold him he might have some kind of very thin and very stable net which span horizontally and get moved down slowly by outside the view of the camera and spectators places pair of crane.
Hey, just enjoy the show.
I watched some others of his YT videos; quite impressive (e.g HMV disappearing). Pretty good.
He does some pretty far out stuff. Was also watching some of his YT videos. Wow. The new David Blaine maybe...?
As a amateur magician I can tell you seeing this clip it's not a net. Check out when he unhook's himself, by adjusting his top. There are two distict camera angles which are not watching the same walk down a wall.
Well... since the only evidence presented is a blurry YouTube video. The trick is pretty simple. Cables. BUT that's not the trick works. The tricky part is the same technique used in Bigfoot/Nessie/UFO photos. That's right. Shaky, out of focus video and clever editing. Color me unimpressed.
Here's a better version
But nevertheless a good performance
People raved about him walking on the Thames too... they obviously didn't go to see 'The Bridge' installation by Michael Cross at Dilston Grove in 2006 and try it for themselves.
As a magician myself, I love watching other performers. If most people knew how the tricks were being done, they would actually be disappointed by the simplicity of most of the tricks.
Totally agree. When you first start out in magic you buy tricks just to find out how they are done. As you progress it happens very infrequently that you are fooled. However when I perform a new trick for my wife if she asks how's it done I know I am ready to perform it. If she says anything else I know she has worked it out.
Who says he's not. I'd say he has to have a cable to hold him up. given the poor lighting and the angle of the cameras, I'd say he did a good job at hiding it.