The World is Ending: LG Ultra HD TV Prank


LG Ultra HD TV Ultra RealityImagine coming in for a job interview, bright and ready to prove yourself and earn a living, when things take a turn for the worst and a meteor destroys your city.

While we do hope that no such thing happens anywhere any time soon, an advertisement stunt set up by LG in Chile has shown just how funny it can be when the people coming for an interview have no idea that the meteor they are seeing outside is actually a fake. The job applicants all sit down for an interview in an office where LG‘s new HDTV is set up to look like a window out onto the city. Hidden cameras capture their reactions as a meteor slowly enters the “window’s” field of view and impacts the city’s center. When the interviewees panic, the interviewer runs out of the room, leaving the applicants to scramble about in the dark while they are observed with night-vision cameras.

A funny yet creative way to advertise a product. Saw this video again about LG’s Ultra HD TV which has a gigantic 84” screen and just about every feature known to man. The clarity of this TV is eye-popping, especially in this very large screen; and you can adjust the picture mode based on the type of program and your personal preferences. It comes loaded with technologies that improve the picture quality for all situations, and even converts 2D programming to 3D.  It truly is the ultimate entertainment platform. Which is why the people in the video were really scared. Who wouldn’t be scared to see a meteor falling down to crash the earth? This video proves that LG’s Ultra HD TV was a product worth it to buy. A TV set which would make you feel the virtual world like not just reality but ultra reality.

Aileen Dizon

 

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