Big Brother by Brian Connor
In Collaboration with Lost Art Magic, this is Big Brother by Brian Connor.
George Orwell warned us about the dangers of empowering robots... but Brian's done it anyway.
In Big Brother the spectator selects a card from the deck. A completely free choice.
You then ask the internal robot in your phone to name a playing card. "The 4 of Hearts" it says.
The selection is turned over and BAM, it's the 4 of Hearts. Your audience goes BONKERS.
**Gasps** / **Screams** / **Running away briefly only to come back to ask you how it's done**
Was there ever any doubt? You're a magician after all, even the way you breathe is incredible.
- No custom magic app.
- Uses the genuine Google Assistant.
- Can be performed signed. It's pointless and adds nothing to the effect... but it can be.
- Android and iPhone compatible.
Don't worry iPhone users, you can break-up with Siri and use the official Google Assistant too. FREE.
Brian teaches you how to train it to do what you want. Like a tamagotchi that you never need to feed... and that does magic.
He runs through everything in incredible detail, but the crazy 'phone-istry' spins are not taught. Big Brother is more than enough to impress your audience already. Without busting out those moves.
Learn 'Big Brother' TODAY.
"... Brian" - Spidey
LuukTo all people who live in a country where English isn't the first language: don't buy this because you can't use it! As far as I know this only works in French, German, Japanese, Italian and Spanish.
I did a lot of research and it just isn't possible.
Be aware of this when you purchase this!! Just wasted 20 dollars
DylanThis product is amazing. Yes, the only downside involves the one time set up, but there are quite a few tricks that involve a one time set up, such as Phantom by Spidey, there's Prophet and Flap cards. These are one time set up tricks, the difference is, Big Brother is saved to an account, so once your phone is trashed, you still have what you put it.
What you learn, is three tricks you can easily combine into one routine, granted you have enough patience to set up all three. What you receive, having properly learned what to do, is a new utility device.
Brian gives diagrams of the set up, and different variants to suit your choice. It is even said that you can customize to your tastes, however you see fit. While it would be nice for him to show the process more than twice, it is enough for you to fully grasp the concept of the set up.
Unlike what MagicWay has said, this trick IS iOS FRIENDLY. This trick uses Google Assistant, which you can easily download onto iOS.
All-in-all I believe this trick is worth the 5 stars I'm giving it, if you have the kind of mind to have some fun with it. Remember, AI such as Google Assistant, Siri, and Alexa, have fun personalities when you ask the right question, play into it!
SummaryI'm not sure what problems some other reviewers have experienced. This trick is fantastic. Contrary to what another reviewer said, Brian DOES explain the part for having it name a spectator--all 52 cards. He merely shows one as an example when setting it up, but he makes clear before that how every card should work. And disabling notifications is part of how your phone works and should not undo any work, so not sure what happened there. I felt all the explanations were clear, so any issues are due to human error, in my opinion. Does it take a long time to set up? Yes. Is it worth it? Definitely. Once it's done, it's done for good and you have a freaking miracle in your pocket.