In recent years, the magic industry has seen an increase in the use of technology in performances. Magicians are incorporating elements of technology such as drones, holograms, and virtual reality into their shows to create a more immersive and interactive experience for audiences. This use of technology has also led to the development of new types of magic, such as digital or cyber magic.
However, with the rise of technology in the industry, there is also the concern that it could replace traditional magic and the art of sleight of hand. Some magicians worry that technology could make it too easy for anyone to perform magic, which could lead to a decline in the demand for professional magicians.