RealMotion hardware refresh breathes new life into LAX Time Tower attraction while delivering flexible content management system. Los Angeles International Airport, the world’s fourth-busiest airport, continued a massive installation of digital displays and technologies in the Tom Bradley International Terminal that kicked off in 2013 with the 72-foot-tall Time Tower. The four-sided LED Time Tower has received a significant upgrade with the integration of a RealMotion server that “enables generative and interactive content, while simplifying content management and creation,” according to a company press release on the installation. That means, no matter how busy you are or how quickly you have to run to catch your next flight in LAX, you’ve definitely noticed the Time Tower. The addition of the RealMotion server “increases the fundamental value of the LED display by streamlining operation and adding flexibility,” according to RealMotion director Geoffrey Platt. “The LAX Time Tower quickly became a world-famous digital media project because, in some measure, it instigated the design currents we still see today,” he said. “However, even the most high-profile installations can be ...