Imagine the response of your audience as a Hanky flies across the
stage and then flies out over their heads! This Amazing programmable
Remote Activated system can be used as an “Ultimate” ending for my
Award Winning Dancing Hank routine or used alone. No computer
necessary for programming and no complicated programming skills are
needed, anyone can do it! Now you can perform the unforgettable
Ralph Adams Dancing Hanky sequence where the hanky jumps in and out
of a bottle and perform the Classic Hanky moves perfected by the
Great Blackstone’s but, no assistants are needed!!
But wait, there’s more! Much more! This system is not only for a
Hanky, but can be used to control other objects, such as raising a
tie or a rope out of a basket like a snake, coordinating the
movements of a balloon, flying an eerie ghost for a haunted theme,
or cause a beautiful butterfly to flit and quiver in an unbelievably
realistic flight that you choreograph!
My Programmable Thread System is extremely different from any other
flying system you have seen before because true 3-D flight is
possible! No more are you limited to a simple stiff back and forth
movement across your performance area. Now your Hanky (or other
object) can fly in circles, dip, dance, and hover! And with the
programmable speed control, you can even adjust and vary the speed
of the flight!
This video demo
playing shows a variety of things
you can do with PTS!
below is from my good friend
Anthony Reed performing in Saipan. Watch him perform my entire Complete
Dancing Hank Act and end with a *custom PTS! Not only will you will be
amazed and entertained, but you will also be inspired! SATISFACTION
COMPLETE PTS SYSTEMS are required for the Anthony Reed performance.)
demo shows PTS from a balcony
view over an audience type setting
This is a video of Hiro Sakai (famous Japanese
Television Magician) performing PTS.
demo shows some new moves
and ideas using PTS!
This next demo
shows the Amazing Hanky hoop!
This next demo shows the PTS in use with a
Here is a video demo of PTS and Animation
Sensation 3.0 working together. PTS has a built in programmable
transmitter that can precisely set off
your Animation Sensation 3.0 or your
Impossible Hank 2.0 at exactly the right moment! In this video you will see PTS activating the Animation
Sensation 3.0 two times at the exact
moment needed for some really cool transitions between the separate products! Now that's what I call "networking!"
I know what
you are thinking...How much is it!!? As you know there are several
"flight" systems on the market right now that sell from $4000.00 to
$15,000! My Programmable Thread System costs only $2,499.99! Please allow two to three weeks
for shipping due to the popularity of this product.
are some frequently asked questions!
special lighting requirements for PTS?
Any time you use string there
is lighting that you have to consider, the thread is not
invisible. The lighting will depend upon what you plan on
doing with your PTS. If you use it on stage and you perform
the Ralph Adams version, where the Hankies are jumping in
and out of the bottle, then you need standard Dancing Hanky
lighting, but not dark like Blackstone. His stage was
really dark. I believe he did that to hide the string and
also to set the mood. I use a royal blue
nu-lash material for my backdrop. When I use PTS onstage
with this material the lighting is pretty normal and the
stage can be very bright as long as you have a light focused
directly on your backdrop. In this situation I've been able
to perform this effect in school gyms, some banquet rooms,
on stage, and in some cases the audience has been very
close, but I was able to adjust the lighting to make this
possible. I give suggestions for this on the instructional
How hard is PTS to set up?
My PTS is very user friendly!
You do need a ladder for the initial set up, if you plan on
using it to have something fly over the heads of the
audience. If you want to use PTS only on stage, for
example, your setup can be rather quick. Approximately 10
minutes of pre-show set up time if you come prepared. If you
are a performer that performs in variety shows and your act
is in the middle of the show, you can be set up within two
minutes, after your pre-show set up without any worry of
other performers disturbing your set up. If you plan on
using PTS for flying an object from the stage out over the
audience in a 3-D fashion, you will need more time,
possibly an hour or two. It really depends upon the
conditions at theater or performance area. We all know that
every place you perform is different!
How does the PTS compare to the
The 'Mini-Phantome' is very different from my PTS. The
'Mini-Phantome' requires a reset after every use and does
not use a program that the performer creates. It simply
follows a preset path of flight. The rigging is totally
different and so is the concept. As far as I know you also
need an off stage assistant to operate 'Mini-Phantome'.
With PTS this is not necessary. The performer can set it up
and operate it by himself without any need for off stage
assistants. Now I'm not saying anything bad about the
'Mini-Phantome' it is a totally different effect. But I will
say the video demo is a little deceptive. It's actually a
video that repeats, it doesn't constantly fly like that. It
only goes through its flight path at one time. Then you have
to reset it. The cost is over twice as much as PTS, but it
is a great product. I had the opportunity to set one up for
a friend and it did exactly what it was supposed to do.
Also, like all of my products, if you purchased from me and
you're not happy with the item, I will give you your money
back! PTS enables you to do things never before possible
for the solo performer. And don't think of it as just a
Dancing hanky, you can do much more than just Dance a Hanky
or fly a ghost. The DVD instructions go over several ideas
that have nothing to do with a hanky or ghost.