She looks extremely happy to receive the package.
Slight question... who actually ships it? Is this just a concept? How does the USPS actually read it? Or is like Uber where they would have people deliver?
I thought the same thing myself. Not sure. I'm thinking this is purely conceptual.
Those appear to be questions that were out of their scope. I think they just wanted to focus on exploring the data entry part of shipping and leave the transportation/logistics in the air.
This seems dumb, I hope it's just a concept.
Seemingly nobody noticed that you're leaving packages outside of both the sender's door and the recipient's, giving random people two opportunities to steal your stuff.
That's how the packages are delivered - by random, kind strangers.
It's just a concept video.
This is what all the postal/delivery services do for my current address and it works perfectly, and it's worked perfectly at quite a few of the locales I've lived in both urban and rural. Whether this is dangerous is heavily dependant on your neighborhood and house.
Don't care about the shipping part, but I want that sign-printer-thingy!