London is one of the world’s most famous cities, renown for their tea, Buckingham Palace guards, and of course, their double-decker buses. British magician Dynamo to present this instantaneous viral video, Bus Levitation .British magician Dynamo has wowed onlookers by "levitating" off a London double-decker bus and traveling across the Westminster Bridge. In a publicity stunt for Pepsi Max, the 30-year-old illusionist, whose real name is Steven Frayne, appeared to hold on to the top of the 15-foot-tall bus with only the palm of one hand, his feet dangling in the air. With the other hand, he waved, texted and took pictures of the crowd. People on the street were impressed, though skeptics had their theories on how the trick was done. Spoilsports.
These is a levitating magician shocked Londoners when he appeared to float alongside a double-decker bus, but online sleuths think they have figured out his trick. German performance artist Johan Lorbeer has performed a similar levitation stunt -- standing in mid-air with his arm outstretched, hand touching a flat surface -- in countries such as Egypt, France and Spain, the Telegraph notes. A photograph from one of his Egypt performances shows a prosthetic arm attached to a metal bar and an apparatus for the body. A magician never pulls back the curtain, and Frayne hasn't revealed how exactly he did it. Season 3 of "Dynamo: Magician Impossible" is set to premiere July 15 on the Watch Channel.
This British magician and illusionist Dynamo, wowed onlookers in London as he appeared to levitate next to a red double-decker bus with only one palm of his hand placed on the roof of the bus. The video shows the television magician whose real name is Steven Frayne, hanging from the side of the bus as it drove around the city of London, past major landmarks, including Big Ben, Houses of Parliament and across the Westminster Bridge.
So, what do you think how he do that?