Do Fushigi balls really work?
Dropping the Fushigi on a hard surface would create scratches and totally wreck the illusion. The Fushigi is really just a reflective metal sphere surrounded by a thick layer of crystal clear acrylic. When you hold the ball, the acrylic gives the appearance you are not making contact with the ball.
Are Fushigi balls still made?
The wide commercial success of the “Fushigi Magic Gravity Ball” in 2010 reignited the controversy within the contact juggling community. The Fushigi ball is no longer in production.
How does the Fushigi ball work?
The Fushigi is really just a reflective metal sphere surrounded by a thick layer of crystal clear acrylic. When you hold the ball, the acrylic gives the appearance you are not making contact with the ball. But contact is essential. In fact, this art is called contact juggling.
What are gravity balls?
Fushigi is a novelty ball that appears to defy gravity and move by itself in your hands.
How much does a Fushigi ball weigh?
|Product Dimensions||7 x 7 x 5 inches|
|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Item model number||FUSHI6|
|Manufacturer recommended age||12 years and up|
Who created the Fushigi Ball?
The brainchild of Zoom TV Products, the 3-inch acrylic Fushigi Ball that appears to float over the body and confuse the senses of on-lookers is becoming the latest craze among people of all ages.
When did the Fushigi come out?
Produced by Studio Pierrot, the fifty-two episode Fushigi Yûgi anime series premiered on TV Tokyo on April 6, 1995. The series aired weekly, until the final episode that was aired on March 28, 1996.
Who created the Fushigi ball?