Psyclock II Tempus (Gimmick and Online Instructions) by Alakazam Magic
"Tempus" takes the PsyClock effect to a whole new level of awesomeness!!
Not only does this make the perfect stage piece and workers prop but Tempus is also the ideal effect to have at home.
Imagine when you have guests for dinner. You give one of your guest the task of saying "NOW" at any point in the evening.
You immediately take them to the room in your house which has this clock sitting on the wall.
Just watch their reaction when you point out the clock has stopped at the exact time they said "now".
What's more they can take the clock off the wall to see there is no battery inside!
- No off stage Assistance
- Performer never touches the clock
- Great for Almost any performing situation
- Very Easy to perform (will fit straight in to your act)
- Fantastic if the revelation is used as your encore
A standard wall clock is shown to be working and the battery is removed to stop the clock. A spectator is handed a bell and given the very important task of ringing it at some point during your show. She is told to ring it whenever she feels the time is right (she is not given any clues) even though every so often you may try and influence her choice.
You now set the clock with a prediction time, put it in a large envelope and hand it to your spectator (who takes it back to her seat) You never touch the clock again!
At any given moment your spectator can ring the bell. When she does, she is asked to check the time on her watch and write it on the envelope. As the perfect finale to your show you ask her to bring the envelope on stage, remove the clock from the envelope and call out the time you set it to at the beginning of the show. It is the exact time your spectator has written on the envelope!
Use Tempus at a close up performance by introducing it at the beginning of your set. It makes a great Finale to the evening getting everyone involved and will end the night with a standing ovation!
**Imagine giving an audience member a box at the beginning of your show and never telling anyone what's inside until the final reveal!