London airport recruits holograms to make announcements

Holographic staff at Luton Airport

If you walk into the Luton Airport in London today, and are lining up to get through security, don’t be alarmed if you feel like you’ve stepped into some 90s sci-fi film. Luton Airport has decided to enlist the help of two holographic staff to brief you on proper travel procedure. The holographic staff, aptly named Holly and Graham were chosen because they were attention grabbing (how often do you encounter holographic people?!), and could deliver a message consistently without faltering. And let’s not forget they can work for long hours without any breaks. Hit the break to check out a video report from BBC about the holograms:

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