A magician levitates a ball in 3D space. Another option is to levitate a candle stand with 3 candles all independently.
The performer reaches into the cabinet and produces imaginary or invisible objects from the cabinet.
Mid-air Metamorphosis Effect
The Airtime levitation is a double levitation where an assistant is levitated many feet off the ground. The magician cannot reach her to pass a hoop around her body so instead he levitates himself to meet her in the air and is able to pass the hoop.
The magician is confined inside a polished metal torture device and then impaled with a rack of sharp spikes.
For the Broadway musical, a special illusion in which the hero is trapped within a solid brick wall.
Assistants climb into a NASA space simulator and are raised above the stage where they vanish in midair.
A bed of spikes penetrates a spectator from the audience
An especially visual variation of the Sawing-in-Half using a spectator from the audience.
A portable version of the classic Bryce Screens – an illusion for producing an assistant from behind a set of screens.