“This, Gary, is where you would be stationed. Please don’t let the appearance fool you, however, as what you’re seeing today might not be what you would see tomorrow.” Yugin walked toward one of the windows. “This is just a small part of the technology that you would enjoy sharing.” Yugin put his hand up to the window and Gary watched as it passed completely through the glass. He reached out and picked a flower growing nearby, bringing it in. “Now watch this,” Yugin said. He held the flower up to the glass. A bee flew up to the glass and hit it repeatedly, not able to come through.
Gary allowed his eyebrows to rise, indicating his astonishment.
Yugin walked to another part of the room and Gary followed.
“This blackboard is not ordinary either,” Yugin said and pulled on the chalk tray. Doing so caused a keyboard, mouse and a few things that Gary was unfamiliar with to appear. Yugin picked up the keyboard and yelled, “Catch,” as he tossed it toward a surprised Gary.
Gary made a feeble attempt to catch it and cringed, closing his eyes slightly when it was about to hit him. To his surprise, he felt no impact, and when he opened his eyes and looked around, the keyboard was nowhere to be seen. “Where did it go?” he questioned.
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