Supersonic private jet to use giant displays instead of windows (from TheVerge)


Spike Aerospace’s S-512 supersonic jet project is far from being a real thing, but when the plane arrives and is actually sold for $80 million dollars a pop, one thing buyers won’t be getting are windows — at least in the cabin. The company recently announced that the plane will eschew cabin windows in favor of super-thin embedded displays that will give passengers a panoramic view of what’s outside. To complete the illusion, the plane will use an array of exterior cameras, or offer passengers the option to replace it with prerecorded footage or static images.

Full article: TheVerge


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