In this magic routine which is an original idea of Andrew Gerard, the magician asks the spectator to name a location Around the World. Can be a city, a country, or a famous location like Big Ben, the Eiffel Tower, or the Louvre. Then the magician reveals their own watch, which displays the current time at that location.
For the performance, you can use voice recognition, and text recognition (compatible impression pad, web doodle, or photo recognition) to input the location name.
You have to turn on the option "Get time from Google Places" in the General Settings of the TimeSmith app.
Also, you have to set up the input to work properly. See our tips for voice recognition and text recognition to achieve the best effects.
Enhance the performance with your story, remember it is just a short idea written down above. Your audience will be more engaged if your performance is not just about figuring out a location, but has a story. We recommend you combine this routine with others.
Take a Photo (Lock Screen)
Written in Time (Text Recognition)
Lucky Roll (Dice Routine)
Coincidence (Using the Crown)
Synchronicity (Two Watches)
Time Setting with Rubik's Cube
The Calculator Input
Using The Web Input
Automatic prediction photo shooting
Using the BT Screen
Manual Time Input