IXION Windowless Jet Concept

Dec 2, 2015

Category: Rides

Flying on an airplane always leaves something to be desired–it’s uncomfortable, aggravating, and usually quite boring. Now, IXION is looking to change all of that by making your flight more majestic with their windowless jet concept that will surely leave you in awe.

IXION’s windowless jet uses external cameras to capture a full 360-degree panoramic view of the exterior of the plane, which is then adjusted for perspective and displayed on the cabin’s interior display panels that cover most of the cabin. This gives the passenger the illusion of transparency, albeit a 2-dimensional one. The displays could also be customized to show any other animated wallpaper you so chose, such as a beach scene or outer space. Of course, if you have a fear of flying, you might want to sit this one out. Just a suggestion. Check out the video below.

IXION Windowless Jet Concept 1

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