What If You Had To Live Your Life With Lag? (Social Experiment)

Ume.net, a fiber optic broadband provider decided to conduct an experiment for 2 days. They wanted people to see how it would be like if they lived their everyday lives with the internet’s biggest problem, lag.

They created a device that would take what it saw in real-time and displayed the actions with a time delay for as long as they set it to. Not only is the video informative, it is extremely hilarious to see how these people reacted.

Watch the video below to see what we mean:

Youtube / umeaenergi

You can visit the company’s website here: http://livingwithlag.com

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