The Pigeon Through Glass is a classic magic prop, where a dove, silks or even a spectator's hand penetrates through a sheet of clear glass. Although our apparatus is designed like the original classic prop, the working principle is entirely different. To those who have never seen the item before, it is a baffling mystery. And for those familiar with the original item, this would be something to think about.
The apparatus supplied consist of a frame with a clear glass sheet, and a stand. The stand folds flat for convenience of packing. It can be erected upright, with a locking pin inserted to hold it rigid. All the gimmickry is in the frame. This has two spring loaded traps through which the penetration takes place. Swivel down the traps, and the glass sheet is visible under them.
Performance: The frame is on display on the erected stand. Magi lifts it off the and holds it at the bottom. He then displays the solid sheet of glass, and has an audience member tap on it. The audience member verifies nothing can penetrate through the glass. If you wish you can have a spectator sign on a small POST-IT pad, and stick the slip to the glass outside the traps, apparently to show the glass does not slip or move. The frame is placed into the stand and you perform the penetration effect.
After the penetration, you lift off the frame and let them see the solid glass sheet behind the traps still with no holes.