An interesting video is making its way around the ‘net, and we want to hear your opinions on its legitimacy.
The video in question shows a man with a very cool trick. He’s created a little transmitter device that plugs into his iPhone, and when a second device is held near a video screen it automatically takes over the screen with the video playing on the phone. To prove this, he starts by recording a little video of himself shot by a friend in New York City’s Time Square of all places (where better to show off such a thing?) and then goes to prove it works.
So has this guy created something incredible, or is the entire thing a complete joke? Be sure to click on over to the other side now and see the video for yourself!
The first stop they make is a small screen where they play the video while the gizmo’s creator holds the second device right next to the video that’s currently playing. Sure as sure can be, with a dance and a flicker the signal takes over and the man has appeared for all to see. Next up they move to a larger split-screen setup and once again, his video takes over. For the man’s grand finale, he comes out of a store with a giant helium balloon and a long string, attaches his device, and slowly raises the balloon up to one of the giant screens of Time Square. As you’ve likely guessed, yes, this worked too.
Check it out now and share your thoughts in the comments below. Is this real or a total YouTube screw-job?