Although mainly demonstrational, this video shows you how to play "Tennessee Blues" on guitar. This video is intended for advanced players who learn easily by watching or listening. Read the useful tips posted below to aid your guitar learning:
In this video, you'll be shown how to do the famous 3 card monte magic trick. For your audience, all they have to do is follow the ace. What your audience doesn't know is that the magic trick isn't as simple as that. With a little sleight of hand, you'll amaze your friends with your magic skill.
In order to perform the “Magical Morphing Jokers” trick, you will need a deck of cards with 4 Jokers. This trick proves that all Jokers want to be king. Show the 4 Kings. Place them in the following order: black-red-red-black.
Andy Field shows you how to perform the “Whispers” card trick by John Mendoza. This is a more advanced trick that requires a detailed setup that Andy demonstrates.
Check out this crazy kid from the Netherlands as he tries to teach you a bit of magic... called Dutch Magic!
Watch this magic trick tutorial video to understand the full effect of this amazing magic trick. Use a pen to vanish a coin in your hand with your hand wide open. A coin is vanished with a pen right in front of the audience's eyes. Practice this simple magic trick and impress your friends. This trick will help you later on with performing the "Infusion" magic trick
HoloLens developer Arvizio has expanded its collaboration suite of tools for enterprises with a device that can stream and record mixed reality experiences in high-definition for local and remote audiences.
This video will show you how to target your audience for Facebook post. You could set country, language, age group, qualification, etc. for watching your post. Watch the video and follow all the steps. Employ the technique in your Facebook account.
The card trick in this tutorial is great for beginners and seasoned magicians alike. In the video you will learn how to present a deck of cards to two spectators and amaze them with slight of hand.
In this video, learn how to do the world's most amazing card trick! This trick, sometimes called "Black and Red" or "Pick a card".
One of the most basic, but most impressive card tricks is how to make a card vanish and reappear with ease.
Remember when your parents used to lecture you that money doesn't come out of thin air? What if you could prove them wrong?
This video is a tutorial on how to perform the multiplying chalk trick. The magician uses two pieces of chalk to perform this trick, although he also suggests using anything chalk-shaped. First, the magician performs the illusion of hiding one piece of chalk in his right hand. The other chalk is visible to the audience in his left hand. He switches the chalk and pretends to put it in his pocket, but in reality he is hiding the piece of chalk. He continues to repeat this action over and over. ...
Step 1: Film yourself in the first position which you want your audience to see. Step 2: Film yourself in the second position you want your audience to see.
Red Riding Hood is about to take predominantly young and female movie audiences by storm. This makes her a very topical choice for a costume party or just for emulation, and this video will show you how to do an awesome dark Little Red Riding Hood (the movie dropped the Little, I guess it's a little sexier without) makeup look and costume.
Here are seven tips you can use to make your PowerPoint presentation eye-catching and attention-grabbing. Never have your audience nod off. Keep your slides simple and organized, make good use of transitions, don't read directly from the slide and know your way around the keyboard and Presenter Mode.
Just playing the same sixteenth notes over and over and over again in your solos can become stale after a while, and even if you learn every scale and every lick in the world, if you play them all with the same rhythmic dictation, it can get stale fast and you will lose a lot of your audience members! In this fantastic video lesson, Jeff Marshal, instructor at Musician's Institute, gives you an in depth look into adding rhythmic varieties into your solos.
As far as your audience is concerned, there are few things less magical than a card trick seen a dozen or more times. As such, as a magician, it's important that you build a strong repertory of tricks to maintain your public's interest. And what better place to start than the "flying" card trick outlined in this free video magic lesson.
Scare the crap out of your folks with this one. Or scare the crap out of your audience if you're making a low budget film, because these suckers will impress. Realistic vampire fangs! You can't beat them.
The producers of this film should be applauded for their sensible approach in teaching parents how to talk to kids about sex. The awkward reading of cue cards and embarrassing situations will produce nervous giggles among even the most jaded audiences. This film was produced by some of the pioneers of sex education whose ideas are still being challenged by school boards today.
If you are looking to get your point across even better, why not add video to your Powerpoint presentation?
This is a video that is showing its audience how to use the electronic image stabilization or digital image stabilization on their digital cameras. Image stabilization is a good function to have on when movement is involved while taking a photo. The video goes over terms such as image stabilization, shutter speed, and contrast. It adequately defines image stabilization and digital stabilization and goes over the problems that consumers might have with the image stabilization mode on their cam...
This how-to video is on how to perform the front and back palm card trick. In this video the person shows viewers how to conceal a playing card using one hand. The narrator explains everything from the precise finger placement for the concealment of the card, to revealing the playing card to your audience. He teaches viewers how to hide the card at all times and make it appear in a snap without anybody ever seeing your card. This video on how to perform the palm card trick will show even amat...
This is a short video that should appeal to any magic trick enthusiast. The video is done by Tim Clark of Tim Clarks Magic Tricks and show cases a simple card trick he calls the "Beginner Math Prediction Card Trick." The trick is focused on counting out the deck in front of the spectator(s) and remembering the 34th card, without letting your audience know that you are memorizing it. As the title suggests, you end up predicting the card that you memorized earlier, and your audience is left thi...
You don't have to be a professional designer to create a professional-looking slide show. Check out this tutorial and learn how to grab the audience's attention by adding a background to your slides. Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 design themes include an array of coordinated choices for background colors and textures. You can even use a picture as a background. See your choices displayed instantly in a live preview, so no guesswork involved!
Learn a unique prediction card trick to impress your friends. Items needed: a deck of cards (with the box), a pen and a piece of paper. Memorize and place 3 cards inside the box before you begin the trick. Make your spectators inspect or shuffle the remaining cards. Place the remaining cards inside the box and make sure your audience does not see the hidden ones inside. Tell your audience that you will make a prediction but do not disclose the number of cards you'll be predicting. Write down ...
Leave your geometry teacher speechless when you turn a circle into a square! This very cool magic trick is easier than you would think. With this tutorial, learn how to impress your family and friends, step by step.
Short for Ask Me Anything, AMA threads are one of Reddit's signature features. They enable you to directly interact with a whole range of interesting personalities, from common folk with amazing life experiences to influential celebrities that help shape politics and culture.
Facebook, you either love it or you hate it ... or maybe you're indifferent. The point is, Facebook is everywhere, and the debate is still raging over whether or not it's actually, well, good. That debate may not exist for the various personalities of Facebook much longer, however, as Facebook announced a new app geared directly towards improving how they broadcast their content to their audiences.
Sweaty palms, stuttered speech, and terror blackouts: if you're someone who absolutely despises speaking before audiences, you've probably experienced side effects like these. No matter how well prepared we are, or how familiar our audience is, giving a presentation can be an experience more terrifying than death, according to psychologists. Unfortunately, it's impossible to avoid public speeches, but you can make these events less frightening with a few simple hacks.
Whether you use shadow puppets or marionettes, put on a fanciful puppet show with these tips. Step 1: Decide on script
With quick preparation you can perform a mind boggling card trick for your friends. You Will Need
Want to amaze someone and freeze a bottle of beer instantly? You can with this sweet little trick. Your audience won't believe their eyes as you magically freeze a bottle of beer right in front of their eyes. Watch and learn!
Wondering how to show your family the 26,000 photos of recent trip to Mauritius? Well, it's easy with Apple's iPhoto 11, and this step-by-step tutorial. Select the photos you want, choose your delay time, add music and it's showtime! You won't have the overheating projector lights and the click-clack of the slide carousel, but you WILL have a much happier audience.
This magic trick is really not so much a feat of illusion as a dizzying demonstration of physics. This video will show you how to do this easy trick with only a humble coin and coat hanger as props that will dazzle your audience for about 20 seconds with practice.
If you want high action in your film, that probably means a gunfight. But how you can you really 'sell' the exchange of gunfire to your audience? Here are a few tricks you can use in Photoshop and Premiere to replicate guns and bullets.
In this tutorial, learn the secrets begind the mystery of Criss Angel's saw through the neck trick. You will learn how to take a piece of dental floss and make it look as though you are pentrating your neck straight through. At the end of the trick, pull the floss back out and there isn't even a scratch! Amazing!
How funky is Lady Gaga? It seems like she is always ready to shock her audience. In this tutorial, learn how to get Gaga's makeup look from the CSI sequence in her "Telephone" video with Beyoncé. This is the look she sports while she is covered in an outfit made only of "caution" tape. This sexy albiet crazy look will definitely get you noticed no matter where you go.
In this tutorial, learn how to trick your audience into thinking you can control things with your mind!
There are plenty of tricks for escaping from traditional police cuffs out there, but what about those plastic zip tie type ones? The plastic they use to make these cuffs is so thick that you can't possible cut it.