Magic and the Horizon of Reason

The Bidirectional Relationship Between Magic and Science
Magic and science have a bidirectional relationship. Magicians use science to create the illusion of magic and scientists study magic performances.
Magic Research Resources: Studying theatrical magic
List of resources for magic research for anyone interested in learning more about the practice and history art of magic.
Magic Bibliography: Scholarly and Professional Research into Theatrical Magic
Multidisciplinary magic bibliography of academic and professional publications that discuss theatrical magic from a range of perspectives.
The Art of Deception: Magic Theatre as an Art Form
Magic is generaly not seen as a form of art like the other types of theatre. This essay discusses magic theatre as an art form.
Computer Magic: Software Illusions and Deceptions
Computer magic is a form of electronic sleight of hand that helps humans to interface with the abstract world of binary hardware.
Perform Optical Illusions as Magic Tricks
Our mind deceives itself in how it interprets the world. This article shows how to use optical illusions as magic tricks.
Topological Magic Tricks: Shapes as a Method for Deception
Topology is an inherently magical branch of mathematics. Magicians use topological magic tricks as a plot and as a method.
Geometric Magic Tricks: Conjuring with Size and Geometry
This article discusses the principles of geometric magic tricks that use geometry as a method to create the illusion of magic, such as missing square puzzles.