Windowless planes could be a reality in less than 10 years

Jerry Markon
London Independent
October 27, 2014

Those minuscule windows on aeroplanes could soon become a thing of the past, with a UK developer working on windowless fuselages that instead house giant, flexible OLED screens.

Depending on your point of view these would either offer glorious views of the land you’re flying over (they’re much bigger than the windows) or could be quite oppressive (they’re screens after all, and there’s no natural light).

The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI), which works with developers across the UK, has unveiled a video showing concept art for the technology, with the screens replicating what is outside the plane and showing places and points of interest such as other aircraft the International Space Station in real-time.

More:  http://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/windowless-planes-could-be-a-reality-in-less-than-10-years-9820947.html

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