Every Airport Needs One


Singapore’s Changi International Airport has planted an enormous digital “Social Tree” to help entertain and connect flyers. Situated in Terminal 1 Central Piazza, the tree is nine meters tall and eleven meters wide, with sixty-four HD TV monitors and eight interactive touch screen kiosks.


Travelers are invited to share personal videos and photographs, which are then displayed on a 360° screen. Visitors can also upload to social media sites. The airport authority plans to expand the tree’s features in coming weeks.



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