(CBS DETROIT) — Changes in technology are happening at Delta Airlines in the Detroit Metro Airport.

The airline, in partnership with Misapplied Sciences, is creating a personalized digital information screen for passengers. Nearly 100 travelers will be able to view their own flight information through facial recognition technology at the same time.

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The Parallel Reality technology, which debuted in 2020, will show travel information on a single large-scale screen located just after security, according to Delta.

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How to experience the exhibit:

  • After moving through security at Detroit, customers will see the Parallel Reality display near the Delta Sky Club (Concourse A, McNamara Terminal).
  • To initiate the experience:
    • All customers are welcome to interact with the experience. Ticketed passengers can simply scan their boarding pass.
    • Customers enrolled in digital identity through the Fly Delta App can activate facial recognition at the exhibit kiosk.
  • Leveraging multi-view pixels and proprietary technology, the PARALLEL REALITY experience enables each customer to see personalized, in-language messages – tailored just to them – as they walk past the digital screen.
    • Tailored messages include personalized wayfinding, flight information or updates to boarding time.
    • This experience will always be opt-in, and customer information is not stored.
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