Crowd's clip looked so realistic that anyone could easily fall for the idea that the person walking in accidentally was his clone or twin brother.
However, as the video producer highlighted in the caption, it is just the result of a background he created for Zoom meetings.
Evidently, Twitter users were impressed but completely puzzled at the same time.
Zoom offers the ability to set virtual backgrounds
To clear things up, this background is the result of a feature in Zoom that allows you to set virtual backgrounds for video calls.
The capability offers some landscapes as background choices, or you can also upload your own photo/video as a personalized background, which is exactly what Crowd did to make himself walk in on himself during an ongoing call.
So far, his video has raked in 4+ million views
At the time of writing, the puzzling Zoom call video shared by Crowd had raked in more than 4 million views, over 434,000 likes, and nearly 80,000 retweets.