It's no secret that getting insights from locals can lead to some of the best travel experiences and to tap into this idea, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines set up holographic travel kiosks called 'Take-off Tips' at airports. Although the average person has a wealth of information to share in this day and age, it can be a challenge to pry people away from their phones. With this special travel kiosk, powered by 3D facial scanning and holographic technology, KLM gave travelers an opportunity to connect with locals rather than turning to guidebooks or the Internet.
The holographic bar was set up in a way that made it feel as though people were truly sitting across from one another, making it easy for them to engage in natural conversation about their destination.
Holographic Travel Kiosks
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