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Gesture-based Signage in Sea-Tac

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Chicago-based Clear Channel Airports, leading marketer of airport advertising, has teamed with multi-media company Monster Media, Orlando, to create an network of gesture-based digital signage to be featured in select airports across the United States.

The inaugural interactive attraction was installed in Seattle–Tacoma International Airport’s (Sea-Tac Airport) Central Terminal, and launched June 1st.

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