Wow, what a lively discussion!
I agree with Kamran's 2nd paragraph, and would summarize my view as follows:
1. The initial issue raised by the video was simply about how perspective changes our understanding of the world around us, and I think we all agree. Changing perspectives can reveal previous misunderstandings of the "reality" underlying an initial observation;
2. Further, any scientific understanding of "reality" also corresponds to a range in some parameters or other, outside of which the prevailing scientific understanding falls apart - these are the boundary conditions that reveal a whole new paradigm of understanding "reality" that we graduate into;
3. It may not just be a matter of gaining progressively better and better modeling and understanding of the underlying, absolute, objective "reality", because our Consciousness (as well as non-human consciousness), being part of the broader definition of "Nature" that we're trying to observe and understand, makes "objective" observation of (Nature minus Consciousness) a proposition that is at best only possible with crude approximation, and therefore corresponding only to an earlier, more primitive stage of "science". The later stages of more advanced "science" will surely show more features reminiscent what we previously condescendingly called "pseudoscience", spirituality, and of course, philosophy. This coming together out of initial conflict and contradiction is a sign of maturity.
4. Some physicists, having studied the interplay between the "physical world" and consciousness, are coming to the conclusion that it is consciousness that ultimately created "reality", echoing what Taoists have been teaching. This gets into the fundamental epistemological question of how we know anything to be "true", and they argue that all one really "knows" for sure is that one is "aware", i.e., "Consciousness" exists. Everything else could be a creation of consciousness, as in a dream, and that the "reality" we wake up from a dream into, is itself potentially also a mirage (perhaps we'll find that out when we die?). As to how come we're all dreaming up the same "reality", they say because we're all one Consciousness, co-creating this one "reality" together. I don't think we all have to agree one way or the other, life is more interesting with some unsolved mysteries, isn't it?