Technicon Design‘s French office built on experience working in the commercial aviation sector to come up with a conceptual yet plausible proposal for the Ixion jet.
“The ethos of the project is simple, to challenge current thinking, and propose something a little different, but not just a fantasy,” said Technicon design director Gareth Davies. “It has to be credible and relevant, yet provoke discussion.”
“We quickly settled on the controversial yet interesting idea of removing the windows from the cabin and using existing or very near future technology to display the exterior environment to the inside surfaces of the cabin via external cameras.”
Cameras on the plane’s fuselage – the main body – and wings would capture the surrounding views, which would be projected onto high-resolution screens on the sides and ceiling in the cabin.
The low-voltage display would be powered by solar panels integrated into the roof….
Read more. My favorite of the views is the space trip below. When you are traveling in such style, why appear to travel where you are really traveling?
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