Imagine this, a card is selected from an ordinary deck and is shuffled back into the deck. The magician spring tosses the cards at a nearby window and as the cards fall to the floor, the selected card is seen stuck to the window, ON THE OUTSIDE! Anyone can touch the glass to see for themselves that the card is truly ON THE OUTSIDE! But, wait there's more! Now your spectator sprays the window with window cleaner and as you wipe with a paper towel, THE CARD DISAPPEARS! IT REALLY IS GONE!
Unbelievable? You bet! And that is exactly what your guests will be saying after you perform WindoMation!
Here are some common questions and answers about WindoMation:
Can I perform WindoMation on a Double Pane or Thermal Pane window?
Yes, you can! WindoMation does not use a "magnetic" principle to hold the card to the window.
The only requirement is that the window does not have a screen.
How long is the set up time?
There are 2 ways to set up the WindoMation gimmick.
The easiest way is if the window has a Venetian blind or curtain at the top, you can simply attach the gimmick to the outside of the window being hidden by the blind. This method takes about 30 seconds. If you do not have a blind, you need to attach the gimmick with an alternate method above or beside the window. This may take a few minutes. The WindoMation kit comes with complete instructions for either set up method.
How long is the reset time?
Once the gimmick is in position, the reset time is a few seconds!
Can the card be removed from the window with the spectator watching?
Yes, if the window you are using opens and you can reach out and grab the card, you can take the card off the window in front of the spectator. I have an example of this method (see the second demo video above).
Why does WindoMation cost $375.00?
The price of WindoMation is based on the cost of the electronics for the remote activation. As far as I know, there are no other Card Thru Window effects that include a remote control and that is why this one may cost more than others. If you have ever tried to buy a replacement car door remote, you know this can be pricy!
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 15 February, 2005.