This application simply generates random cards, suites or numbers from 1 to 52 and serves as a "virtual spectator" who whispers you random feedback. It targets close-up magicians and is useful for practicing any tricks that require spectator interaction of this kind.
"Random Input" also serves as a free introduction to the yeahgic.com applet series that aims at increasing your learning curve for mentally intensive tricks. Take it with you whereever you go.
- The idea is to mimick live performance situations.
- The design is kept straightforward and simple and fully tailored to help you focus on the real work. Practicing card magic you don't want no complicated, overloaded and distracting user interface. Less is more.
- Once installed, users can download updates with future product enhancements and further features.
- no advertisement.
2. Swipe gestures to cycle forth and back
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- May 15, 2013
- Ralph Cos
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