Star Trek teleportation illusion

In a teleportation booth in a galaxy far, far away … whoops, wrong movie. In a teleportation booth in a mall not too far away, Star Trek Into Darkness celebrated its release by showing shoppers that teleportation is real. Or not.
Members of the U.S.S. Enterprise picked seemingly random mall-goers and had them enter the teleportation booth.

Using science and slight of teleportation beam, the subjects inside the booth disappeared and later on were later on found in a different part of the mall. Cue: Audience members’ oohs and ahhs.

What the audience didn’t know was these ‘random’ audience members were actually in on the act. In fact, they had a twin who appeared in a nearby location to fool the audience of an actual teleportation. In related news, Trekkie fans are still hoping for the real thing.

About the author

Inigo is a writer and graphic designer from Manila, Philippines. He is a soldier of love who will carry you on his strong back of awesomeness when the zombie apocalypse arrives.

Want to work for Lost At E Minor? We're on the hunt for talented and enthusiastic freelance creatives or interns to join our video team. If you think you have what it takes to write posts and produce simple videos for Lost at E Minor, get in contact now.