According to an article from LAist,
“Close your eyes and picture yourself at Los Angeles International Airport. What comes to mind? Wait, you didn’t think “romance” and the “magic of travel”? The powers that be behind the revamp of the Tom Bradley International Terminal are hoping you will get that vibe, and to help jazz up your LAX departure and/or arrival, the space is going to be home to the largest multimedia installation in any U.S. airport.
Before he left the mayor’s office, making LAX’s Tom Bradley terminal snazzier was one of Antonio Villaraigosa’s parting projects. Now, let’s face it, it would have only taken some wifi and a TCBY to improve the terminal, but Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) went all out, and earlier this year the first big changes made their debut.
LAWA brought in a Montreal-based firm, Moment Factory, to create four hours of video content and interactive capsules that react to people’s movements for display in the terminal. Those images are “focused on the passenger experience, the iconography of Los Angeles, and the destinations served by the new terminal,” and aim to evoke the “romance and magic of travel,” says Moment Factory.”
Here’s a demo video of the installation: