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'''Shadow Vision''' is a stage illusion conceived by [[Ken Whitaker]], and first performed by [[Silvan]]. A person enters a cabinet, their mid section is covered by a white shade, but their arms, head, and legs can be seen extending from the cabinet at all times.  The middle section is then pulled to the side in [[Zig Zag Girl]] style.  Next the person's head lowers down on top of their legs.  Finally, everything is reversed and the  person  emerges unharmed.  <ref>CREATIVE ILLUSIONS advertisement, [[Genii 1994  July]]</ref> {{Youtube Thumb|sbmXor-Y3Uk}}
 
'''Shadow Vision''' is a stage illusion conceived by [[Ken Whitaker]], and first performed by [[Silvan]]. A person enters a cabinet, their mid section is covered by a white shade, but their arms, head, and legs can be seen extending from the cabinet at all times.  The middle section is then pulled to the side in [[Zig Zag Girl]] style.  Next the person's head lowers down on top of their legs.  Finally, everything is reversed and the  person  emerges unharmed.  <ref>CREATIVE ILLUSIONS advertisement, [[Genii 1994  July]]</ref> {{Youtube Thumb|sbmXor-Y3Uk}}
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:20, 2 March 2012

Shadow Vision is a stage illusion conceived by Ken Whitaker, and first performed by Silvan. A person enters a cabinet, their mid section is covered by a white shade, but their arms, head, and legs can be seen extending from the cabinet at all times. The middle section is then pulled to the side in Zig Zag Girl style. Next the person's head lowers down on top of their legs. Finally, everything is reversed and the person emerges unharmed. [1]

References

  1. CREATIVE ILLUSIONS advertisement, Genii 1994 July