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Virtual Meeting Entertainment That Will Blow Your Mind

Kevin Viner is one of the top mentalists in the world, with millions of online views and television appearances spanning the past decade. He has entertained globally for A-list celebrities and top executives, and for the first time, is bringing the experience directly into your home.

Kevin’s show “Virtually Impossible” is a brand new, immersive experience that makes YOU the star as he reads your minds through the screen. Prepare to be amazed, either for a short breakout session or with Kevin’s full 45 minute experience. If you are looking for a way to bring your team and their families together in these difficult times, there is no better choice. Kevin’s show is fast paced, interactive, and transcends the virtual environment like nothing you’ve seen before.

Make Your Virtual Meeting Extraordinary

In these uncertain times, you need security that you have selected the right presenter for your virtual group. As one of the top entertainers in the world for corporate meetings and private events, Kevin has been the go-to choice for everybody from Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz to private events for Katy Perry and Alicia Keys.


Kevin’s interactive show is perfect for any size virtual meeting. Whether it’s a group of 500 or only the top 10 sales reps and executives, Kevin’s show can involve everybody! It has been built to work for YOUR event, no matter what the size or scope.


Did we mention that the show is fun, intelligent AND clean? Clients trust Kevin to entertain their most valued audiences. You can be assured that he will keep your guests and executives riveted, engaged and amazed.


When you book Kevin, you’re getting more than just a comic or mind reader. You’ll be booking an original, unique experience that you and your guests will never forget. It’ll be the talk of your next event.

Our Most Frequently Asked Questions

General FAQs

  • We can customize a program for nearly any length of time, although our standard shows are 30 and 45 minutes long.

  • We have built a full recording studio for Kevin’s virtual show. It includes professional lighting and sound, and we use broadcast software to create an immersive performance for guests.

  • There are quite a few acts out there performing virtual entertainment, but most are focusing on either keynote speeches, or “watch what I can do” presentations that really focus on one particular person doing most of the talking.

    “Virtually Impossible” is a show that transcends the screen. It’s not about camera tricks, hidden green screens, or special effects. It’s about your colleagues, your business partners, and your friends & family. Kevin uses objects founds in your guest’s homes and offices during the show, and their input determines exactly what happens!

  • In addition to Kevin’s show, we offer consulting, design, and sourcing for custom decks of cards, wine labels, and more that can be shipped to your customers in advance of the event, and incorporated into the show.

    You or your company will be responsible for fulfillment and shipping.

  • In addition to our live virtual programs, Kevin has designed a variety of acts that can be performed as quick, pre-recorded mind reading segments. He can act as a virtual emcee with pre-recorded messages and content to help weave a common thread through your meeting.

Zoom FAQs

  • Zoom has 4 things going for it to help make it our preferred platform.

    1. Spotlight view: the ability to make one person’s video the focal point for everybody at once.
    2. Dual display mode: the ability to use multiple screens and pin people to different screens. This allows us to use broadcasting software that merges these screens together internally before broadcasting to your group.
    3. Co-host abilities: We can help mute participants, control the waiting room, etc.
    4. Virtual cameras: We use a high end Sony DSLR camera to deliver the best video quality to your group.

    In addition, Zoom supports breakout sessions, where you can split your group into silos to have their own pre-meetings, and then merge everybody together for the main show.

  • On Zoom, we can normally invite everybody into the show together, up to about 150 guests. Above that number, we recommend hosting the program as a webinar, where you can select a smaller group as “panelists.”

  • Zoom makes it incredibly easy to split the screen into two windows, allowing a production assistant in a remote location to direct the show and allow for enhanced views, like what you see below. This is impossible natively in virtual platforms.

  • Please visit Zoom’s Official Security Documentation and follow their best practices. A few of special note:

    1. ALWAYS have a password and require registration and email confirmation to receive meeting details. 
    2. In the “security” box, make sure to un-check “Guests can change their names.” That way you can identify anybody causing trouble and boot them from the room.
    3. Make sure you have settings where only co-hosts can share their screens
    4. Enable the waiting room, and only let guests in whose names match their registration.
  • Kevin will join your hosted meeting, and will need to be made a co-host immediately upon joining. Kevin can host the meeting himself for smaller groups, but please keep in mind that is like having the entertainment provide the venue as well. It’s best to have a dedicated member of your team in charge of letting guests in and out, and moderating everybody.

  • All guests should ideally be watching the show on a desktop or laptop computer. If that can’t be done, then we recommend a tablet, and finally their phone can be used as a last resort, although it isn’t recommended. The screens are too small to comfortably enjoy the show.

Other Meeting Platforms

  • Kevin has performed via Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, ON24, and Cisco WebEx, to name a few.

  • Your selected platform needs to allow for “virtual cameras,” which allow us to use Kevin’s custom backgrounds and settings to deliver the best quality video. For live shows, there also needs to be an easy way for Kevin to see other audience members and to interact with them in real time.

  • Most platforms take an “active speaker” approach, meaning that the video for the loudest person is displayed. In an interactive mind-reading show, this is problematic because it means that Kevin won’t be on screen when other guests are speaking. This creates a choppier experience for everybody watching, and leads the the virtual meeting fatigue that we all know so well.

    Similarly, most platforms allow for a limited display of guests, as opposed to Zoom’s 49 participants per screen capabilities. This makes it harder to pick guests to interact with.

  • For programs outside of Zoom, we typically recommend a smaller audience size for active participants, as well as having everybody watch the show in a “gallery view.” If you bring Kevin on with only a few guests, everybody will remain visible, and the attendees can watch this webinar format. It isn’t quite as interactive for everybody, but it is a far better experience!

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Virtual Mentalist and Virtual Magician for Virtual Meeting Entertainment

Kevin Viner has been a pioneer for virtual meeting entertainment, performing an incredible mind reading show through Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Cisco WebEx, and more! If you are looking to bring the quality of Kevin’s live performances to your virtual meeting, you have come to the right place.

Kevin Viner has created the best entertainment for virtual meetings, and your clients, colleagues, and friends will agree!