Smoothness is measured in different units, depending on the object. The factor of smoothness in a magician's close-up magic performance is measured in Miller units, named for close-up master Justin Miller.
If there were a video about how to learn street magic with bulky power tools or noisy keychains, Miller would be the featured artist. He's THAT SMOOTH. He handles cards, coins, loops and more like a dream. Watch the video on this page to see what we mean.
Miller's effects are reserved for only those who are interested in beautiful-looking, fluid magic. His effects are filled with creative thinking and practical solutions for the most amazing illusions. He will teach you how to do street magic that stops spectators in their tracks.