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Amsterdam's Schiphol airport wants to show you that it has put a lot of cash into building the ultimate baggage delivery system. So it produced this astonishing video by attaching a camera to a piece of luggage and sending it through the airport's elaborate system of automated conveyor belts, slides, and sensors.

This version is enough to put stars in your eyes, but the version over at the official Schiphol site is even more souped-up and fantastic—there, you can click and drag the video for a 360-degree view as it flies through the facility. 

It proves that there may not actually a team of angry gorillas tossing bags around back there, as the old American Tourister TV ads used to joke—but your local airport probably has a way to go in terms of infrastructure and technology.



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