Tuesday, 2 February 2016


The Center for Process Innovation, a British technology research company, thinks they’ve got the next big step in aviation transportation figured out. Their idea is this: they want to remove the windows from passenger planes and replace them with OLED touch-screens that extend along the plane’s entire length and display the view from outside through cameras mounted on the plane’s exterior. Sounds scary? Only if you are afraid of heights and flying.

According to them, windows are one of the greatest sources of unnecessary weight in passenger planes. Solid walls are stronger and allow the walls to be built thinner as well. The OLED screens that replace the windows would display the view outside and allow passengers to select entertainment and stewardess service.

1. OLED screens along the plane’s length
This possibility should let the passengers get to see the world from above one hundredth percent, not only from the tiny windows. This way the passengers can literally feel like birds and would be able to see the clouds from every side of their seat.
OLEDs are a combination of advanced materials that give out their own light when activated by electricity and are typically used to make screens and lighting. Unlike LCD and plasma displays, they do not need a back light, meaning that they use less energy and can be much thinner than other displays, while also displaying a higher contrast. Among ambitions for OLEDs involve printing them on sheets or wallpapering them on rooms, effectively turing the walls into lights.
3. But, being able to look through the plane’s wall won’t be the only thing

Ndi Ocha I am still struggling and finding it difficult flying on planes now they disgned this new one its beautiful I must confess but will never be caught dead ha ha ha ha ha ha but according to the 

1 comment:

  1. Great innovation ! Wao I would not mind experiencing it though.
    Queen Igue