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Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by Abyssgh0st, Mar 14, 2011.
I thought this was pretty cool; imagine the possibilities.
haha pretty cool
That's astonishing. I don't know anything about video repeaters so I'm impressed. It's so small which makes it more impressive.
Wow, that's great.. I'm not sure what to say... amazing at the least..
It is a total BS. Just an attempt to advertise his "DSLR film making" business. I highly doubt that these screens are fed wirelessly (e.g. video signal is coming to the monitors through RF waves). For security reasons such connection have to be wired.
Probably guy just used aftereffects to make an illusion of him hacking the screens.
Now the next step would be to take over those huge screens of football,baseball and basketball games.
And play angry birds
Come ON, guys! That's clearly a fake. iPhones don't do video out from the P5 plug; displays in Times Square are NOT fed wirelessly; and the effect when the signal "breaks up" is clearly too pretty and not like real digital video signal breaking up.
Seriously. Stop propagating this as real...
How could this be even possible? There is no video components inside the top jack.
But if this is possible...sign me up, cause I'd buy one in a heart beat!
Even the article in the link states it might be fake.
Still, it's a pretty good fake!
As pointed out in the comments, at one point, the video on the "hacked" screen was ahead of the video on the phone so....
THIS i would stand in line for! The pranks would be endless!!
Fake or not, it's still pretty awesome.
I'm reminded of Synapse from the movie Antitrust.
I need to see more people do it before i believe it
100% fake. Anyone with a basic understanding of how screens work has to realise this. Physically impossible!
My source... Electrical Engineering degree.
Off to NYC to test it out. Will believe it when I do it myself.
It's a pretty funny and cool fake. It was well worth opening and watching the link. Doubtful that any device connected to the audio jack could transmit video. If they had it connected to the dock port, then it might have been a little more "amazing".
Now that is pretty cool!
We all know we all would buy that thing...
But it would take 1.5 secs for that guy to be approached by the NYPD if he was doing something like that...
it was just confirmed fake. Apparently it was promoting the movie Limitless. Bad advertisement I must say. They just paid the people running the screens for an hour to run their video and just tried their best to match it up.
lol - that would be awesome
angrybirds on a massive football screen