The new plane that is still in the design phase will not only revolutionise the future of commercial flight but will allow passengers to choose panoramic views of the world around them.
The concept for a windowless plane is the brainchild of the Centre for Process Innovation (CPI), London.
The windows would be replaced with ultra-thin and highly-flexible screens that would display outside scenery captured by cameras attached to the plane’s exterior. It will provide a big panoramic view with walls fitted with screens all around that would let you see what’s outside, CPI said.
The passengers will have control over some parts of their respective sides to turn on or off or change the screens.
The screens will be made of Organic LED also known as OLED.
OLED will easily blend with the fuselage and surfaces such as seat backs optimizing space and reducing the weight of the aircraft.
However, the fully integrated OLED technology is still in development.
The Centre for Process Innovation is a Britain-based technology innovation centre.