Singapore’s Changi Airport (the hub for Singapore Airlines) has picked up its fair share of accolades in the past for being the best airport in its class, and anyone who has paid the city state’s airport a visit in the past would definitely agree with the efficiency and facilities that the airport offers. Heck, it has even become a tourist attraction, so much so that you need not have to rush for a flight in order to spend an entire day of feasting and shopping at the airport, and with word that the fourth terminal is well on its way, the Changi Airport has just pulled ahead of its rivals. Having said that, Changi Airport Group has worked alongside LG Electronics to roll out what they call the “Social Tree” in Changi Airport’s Terminal One.
The Social Tree stands tall at 8.7m in height, sporting an 11.1m wide larger-than-life installation that sits right smack at the heart of Terminal One at the Central Piazza, and it was developed and “planted” there so that travelers who arrive or pass through Singapore will be able to hook up with friends in an easy manner regardless of how far away they are. A total of 64 47”LG 47WV30 displays form a cylindrical video wall, while eight kiosks enable travelers to post images and also share photographs and videos via Facebook and email. [Press Release]