Centre For Process Innovation Shows Concept for Windowless Airplane
The Centre For Process Innovation, a United Kingdom product and technology research company, came up with the concept of flying windowless.
The plane's windows are replaced with floor-to-ceiling hi-def screens.
They display panoramic views captured by cameras mounted outside the plane.
If you don't like you view, you can change it by choosing from a menu of pre-recorded images.
Stuck on an isle seat? Not to worry.
The head rest on the seat in front of you has a screen that serves as your window to the world.
The screens can also be used for entertainment like watching movies, surfing the internet -- or ordering in-flight services.
CPI says the ultra thin displays allow more plane space and save on fuel costs.
The company believes the idea could be a reality in ten years.
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