The international airport's 19,000 square ft. of video screens hopes to inspire passengers and inject excitement back into the hassle of travel.

Travelers passing through the new Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) at Los Angeles airport may never want to leave. Set to open in August, the new building will contain 19,000 square feet of video screens and an interactive multimedia system that provides passengers with a unique immersive experience.

Montreal-based agency Moment Factory that is the Executive content producer for the multimedia environment, has created four hours of video, essentially 40 short films, that capture the wonder of travel and the essence of Los Angeles for all those who spend time in TBIT to enjoy.

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