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Ottawa, Canada Oct. 29 - Fuel Industries, the Ottawa-based Playgency and Branded Entertainment Studio, is issuing a point-of-view on the viral controversy emerging around a mysterious â€œwoman on a cell phoneâ€ discovered in 1928 Charlie Chaplin archive footage by the Irish film maker George Clarke. More information is available here: http://bit.ly/bfsfzY
â€œWithout the original video, itâ€™s difficult to tell if this has been doctored. A more technical analysis is needed, but from a cursory examination it appears to be genuine. If we did have the original, I would look for small details like motion blur, consistency of shadows, and things of that nature. Itâ€™s entirely possible, however, that the video was shot recently, and simply placed onto the DVD,â€ said Jim Manduca, Head of Video Production, Fuel Industries.
Assuming that this is real, Fuel Industries believes that it is unlikely that the object is a hearing device, as some have suggested, as her pattern of behavior is inconsistent with the use of such a technology.
On Future Potential for Branded Experiences
â€œOur working theory is that if this woman was/will be able to travel through time, she has a handset that can communicate through time as well. Most likely using some form of Quantum Entanglement to instantly communicate with her service provider, at a continuous rate of time from the point at which she left. This provides incredible potential for branded applications.â€ said Sean MacPhedran, Director, Creative Strategy, Fuel Industries.
Fuel Industries has begun prototyping advanced content for the new Quantum Entanglement Handset, which is expected to be available mid-way into this century, providing a host of new features for interactive entertainment and exciting consumer experiences. Initial concepts include a â€œHide and Seek in Timeâ€ game that is enhanced with mobile clues, and a â€œPrank Call Your Future Selfâ€ application.
About Fuel Industries
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