Amazon has completely changed the retail game by allowing us to buy anything and everything we ever wanted without setting foot inside a store, and have long teased plans for even more convenient drone direct delivery to the customer’s door. While drone delivery hasn’t become reality yet, a scarily realistic computer simulation making the rounds on social media used Amazon’s own patent applications to show what it all might look like, and it’s really creepy.
The video – created by a Japanese video graphic artist – shows a massive Amazon mothership jettisoning delivery drones that directly deliver the goods. The drawback is that the entire scene looks like a scene from the Terminator future world dystopia where humans live in burned out cars and eat rats.
It may look like an oppressive hell, but hey, but don’t expect any pushback if it can deliver our orders 9 seconds faster. Bow before Bezos, pathetic human.
There was a talk about delivery by drone, but it had already started. I thought it was a story ahead.#エイプリルフール #zozi撮影 pic.twitter.com/hFrmGOKwof
— zozi(厳島神社の人） (@zozi009) March 31, 2019
Oh, the mothership used in the video already exists.