The entertaining, amenity-rich, 24-hour attraction that is Singapore’s Changi Airport is always outdoing itself with ever-more intriguing offerings.
The latest is The Social Tree, in the newly renovated Terminal 1:
The interactive installation is 30 feet tall and is surrounded by eight touch-screen photo booths that let people take a photo, add some Instragam-like touches and then mail the images to themselves (or others) and post it on the crown of the tree, which is made up of 64 giant 42-inch high-definition screens.
Here’s one of the photos I made:
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