World's first windowless plane set to take off


The world's first windowless plane is all set to take off. A British developer will soon test a windowless plane that allows passengers to see what's going on outside.

The windows would be replaced by full-length screens allowing constant views of the sky and space outside.

Passengers would be able to switch the view on and off according to their preference, identify prominent sights by tapping the screen or just surf the internet.

Scientists and engineers at Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) called it "the windowless cabin with a view".



Times of India

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