Passengers flying out of Detroit will soon be able to experience a test technology that allows different people to see images and personal information on a single display,media reported. More specifically, anyone who chooses to take part in the test can screen flight information, travel information, shopping advice, and more to their language, and they can view it at the same time, on the same screen.
It is reported that passengers can view up to 100 pieces of information.
This means that Spanish-only passengers will only see messages about Spain on the screen, while American or French passengers will see messages in English or French. What these passengers have to do is look up at the same screen at the same time.
Do you think it sounds a bit like reading science fiction? In fact, it all depends on how the pixels are delivered on the screen. Parallel Reality technology was developed by Redmond-based Misapplied Sciences. Each pixel on the screen can project millions of rays of different colors and brightness at the same time, the company says. Each ray can be directed in a specific direction by the software, so when the customer approaches the screen, some of the pixels above are tailored to the specific person.
Delta Air Lines COO Gil West said: “This breakthrough technology has to be believed – it has the potential to make it easier for the busiest airports to guide (passengers), even if you don’t speak that language.” “
It is reported that the display technology will be used from mid-2020 at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport near The McNamara Terminal A Hall A Delta Sky Club. Passengers who choose to take part in the test will have to scan their boarding passes and choose the language they want. Then, as they walk across the screen, they’ll see flight information, boarding details, and more in the language of their choice.