Illusion

Building an Optical Illusion

Building an Optical Illusion

Carpenter Shop built came across an image of what appears to be an impossible object, and decided to see if he could reproduce it in his workshop. The finished build really will mess with your brain if you stare at it for too long, but it’s actually quite a simple visual trick.

Mahdi Gilbert vs. Penn & Teller

Mahdi Gilbert vs. Penn & Teller

Magician Mahdi Gilbert – who developed his own methods of doing tricks because he has deformed hands and feet – tries to fool Penn and Teller with his oil and water trick with the two masters watching right beside him.

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Sleight of Hand, without Hands

Sleight of Hand, without Hands

Magician Mahdi Gilbert has deformed arms and hands. But as Magic-Con said, Gilbert “palms without palms, shuffles without fingers and is living proof that nothing is impossible.”

Nanotube Invisibility Cloak

Nanotube Invisibility Cloak

By using something called a “thermally modulated transparent carbon nanotube sheet,” scientists are able to vanish physical objects using Star Trek like cloaking tech. Science geeks read the paper here.

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