A new wave of holograms are being deployed at some of the nations largest airports, in an effort to help travelers get through security and find where they need to go.
Boston, New York City and Washington's Dulles airports are among the newest airports adopting holography technology to help travelers. The holograms give out information about passing through security since passengers don't appear appear to read or listen to signs and TSA workers.
"Clair", as pictured above, was recently rolled out as MASSPORT's Boston airport, but she's not yet interactive, instead giving a scripted line to say, over and over.
Orlando International is the nations 13th busiest airport and an early adopter of new technology, and speculation around holograms to be used at the airport have been making their rounds in Orlando aviation circles.