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Products of the Future - Teleporter App

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Published on Jul 27, 2012

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Products of the future are a series of shorts from Gryphon Media. They're based around product review shows demonstrating products fantasised in the works of science fiction.

Unlike most review shows these products aren't to be trusted, as you will see something always goes wrong with the first generation of any new technology.

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Transcript:
Products of the future -- "Teleporter Phone App"

Host stands in shot holding a mobile phone.

Host:
Today I'm going to demonstrate the new phone app from "future tech industries". It's a teleporter app that uses the phones in built Tran spatial projection technology to generate the spatial displacement field. It's a useful feature on modern smart phones but it does have a tendency to drain the battery.
The controls are very simply to use and easy to navigate. In fact the app takes advantage of the map software already installed on your phone to choose your destination.
This app is available on both the IPhone and Google's Android but there's no plans to release it on Microsoft tango.
Let me just show how it works.

The host presses a button on the phone.
The host disintegrates into a vortex which has grown behind her. In the far ground you can see the host reforming.
Once the teleport has completed, the host walk back towards the camera completely oblivious to the hole which has been left in her torso.

Person from behind the camera:
Hey are you alright?
Host:
Yeah I feel fine.
Why do you ask?
Person from behind the camera:
Nope, never mind

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