26 entries in Electronics / Computer
Creators Title Comments & References Source Page Categories
Calvin Thompson The Electronic Man with computer cards, number named only punched card, computer presentation, see p. 370 for idea by J.G. Thompson Jr. The Compleat Magick - Volume 1 (Issue 71) 351
L. Vosburgh Lyons Add and Subtract number thing with desk calculator The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 8) 750
Christopher Morgan Computer Card Trick with introduction by Karl Fulves
computer program with which any selected card can be divined, program guesses color, suit, etc. correctly
VariationsAlso published here
  • "Computer Card Trick" (Christopher Morgan, On Computing, Fall 1979)
Interlocutor (Issue 34) 132
Jim Snapp Brainiac Card Trick computer program with which any selected card can be divined, program guesses color, suit, etc. correctlyInspired by Interlocutor (Issue 39) 153
Myriam Ruthchild Anatomy of A Compute Psychic - Part I - Applications for the Psychic
- Hoy Outdone
- But Every Coin Has Two Sides
- Computer Courses
- Available Programs
- Don't Take Shortcuts
The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 295) 1475
Myriam Ruthchild Anatomy of A Compute Psychic - Part II - Can You Afford One?
- Selecting the Right Type
- Presentation is Vital
- Categorical Answers
- Mail-Order Mentalism
- Targeted Mailings for Bookings
The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 297) 1485
Steve Beam Compu-Card computer reveals wrong card, selection is changed to match prediction, then computer cursor is moved magically, code to program it on the computerRelated to The Trapdoor - Volume One (Issue 6) 94
Steve Beam Teleforce computer program reveals selection, with codeRelated to The Trapdoor - Volume One (Issue 6) 95
Steve Beam GIGO joke, code to unable people opening filesRelated to The Trapdoor - Volume One (Issue 6) 98
Steve Beam A Computer Card Trick no title given, card found by computer program, code The Trapdoor - Volume One (Issue 15) 262
Steve Beam Leftovers on Abbott's, Greg Bordner, Wayne Kyzer, Kaymar The Magician, patter for The Shrinking Glove, computer tricks The Trapdoor - Volume One (Issue 17) 296
Steve Beam Cardtrik computer screen as slate, program code, see p. 351 for code correctionInspired byRelated to The Trapdoor — Volume One (Issue 18) 311
Steve Beam Terminal Tricks cards on screen, spectator stops at a card, that card is removed from the computer / pulled from the screen, program codeRelated to The Trapdoor - Volume One (Issue 21) 362
Karl Fulves Dream Machines on using a personal computer, macintosh Verbatim (Issue 2) 9
Karl Fulves The New Graphology computers that are able to recognize handwriting with stylus on tablet Verbatim (Issue 5) 36
Alex Elmsley The Eye of the Mouse an object is freely chosen, picture appears on computer screen Mouse Magic 8
Alex Elmsley The Card in the Screen chosen card appears on computer screen Mouse Magic 14
Alex Elmsley The Counter total of loose change is seen on computer screen, counter stops at exact amount Mouse Magic 19
Alex Elmsley The Other Card six cards are removed from a deck and five are inserted into the computer, computer program names remaining card Mouse Magic 22
Alex Elmsley The Fortune Teller spectator selects objects from lists on computer, eventually computer program shows a horoscope with the exact birthdate of spectator Mouse Magic 25
Alex Elmsley Thought Projection card is selected on computer screen, performer divines it after answering two questions posed by the computer program Mouse Magic 30
Alex Elmsley Chapter 4 - Tuning the Tricks coding for altering the programs Mouse Magic 39
Alex Elmsley Tailpiece revealing a number typed into the calculator of a windows computer Mouse Magic 51
Alex Elmsley Inexplicable with computer program, programmed version of Vernon's "Trick that cannot be explained"Inspired by Mouse Magic 33
Neal Thomas A Creature Was Stirring computer mouse on palm, suddenly the cursor jumps around, confederate with cell phone disturbs connection Prolix (Issue 1) 13
Paul Curry Don't Lie To Me (Computer) Magician and spectator get half the pack each, and either lie or say the truth about each card, computer can spot all the spectator's liesVariations Magical Mathematics 65