Los Angeles International Airport’s upcoming renovated Tom Bradley terminal features seven stunning multimedia installations with nearly 19,000 square feet of video displays.
Many of these installations will feature immersive high-resolution imaging with 3D effects. This includes interactive displays, displays that react directly to visitor movements and displays with with real-time airport information.
The biggest of these installations is the four-sided, 72-foot “Time Tower” over the terminal’s main elevator. The time tower will display video content depending on the time of the day and triggered by the physical movements of individual travelers.
The installations were created by Mike Rubin from MRA International and Marcela Sardi from Sardi Design with Montreal-based agency, Moment Factory, as the content producer.
The new Tom Bradley terminal is scheduled to open in August 2013.