Whenever you sit down to watch a movie, either at home or in the cinema, you have a pretty good idea that what you’re looking at isn’t real. That’s even the case sometimes with documentaries, which sometimes stretch the truth to bring audiences over to their side. The above video isn’t taken from a documentary about teleportation or anything, but it might work as a nonfictional look at just how naive some people can be when shown something completely unbelievable. Maybe that’s a bit rude. Replace “naive” with “totally in the moment.”
Inside a U.K. shopping center, famed illusionist Scott Penrose and British on-demand service Blinkbox joined forces to promote the release of Star Trek Into Darkness. But instead of using things like posters and signs, they used a non-patented Star Trek transporter to astound the public by taking random members of the shopping crowd and transporting them to different areas of the mall, all through the use of science!