Windowless Planes: A Bird’s Eye View of the World, Coming Soon To A Plane Near You

How It Works

The British Center For Process Innovation has also figured out how to make this work. Rather than windows, planes will now have OLED touchscreens running from end to end. Cameras attached to the exterior will relay the view to these screens in such good quality that it will all look very real. And when you get bored of the view, you can simply touch the screen to change it to an entertainment system.

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OLED or organic light-emitting diodes are films made up of certain organic compounds that can project light when stimulated with electricity. This is the same technology that we use to make our TVs, smartphones, and laptops work the way they do.


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Ryan Smith

Just amazing!

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