Airbus Concept Plane to be equipped with interactive windows for engaging travel
In the near future air travel could get much more interesting as Airbus has filed a new patent for interactive aircraft window that’ll revamp the aviation industry in a big way. The idea is to treat the flying guests with more details of the sights they are about to see in the state or city they are traveling to. For example if you are flying from U.S. to Paris, you’ll see all the details of important landmarks such as Eiffel Tower, and their visualization too.
When the travelers don’t want to see the interactive visualization they can switch to see through view that allows them to watch the open skies in never like before scenes. These windows make that possible by switching to transparent view on demand.
Airbus is looking to take forward this concept and stretch it to the roofs of the aircraft so that passengers can enjoy 360 degree view in full bloom. Combined with the biopolymer membrane that controls the amount of light coming into the cabin, this future aircraft will ultimately be a treat to travel in.
To make this aircraft fall right in the parameter demands of eco-friendly travel, there will be smart energy solutions like powering up the cabin appliances with body heat collected from seats of the aircraft.
Airbus will also make use of 3D printing technology to manufacture the complex shapes required for this unique aircraft thereby eliminating wastage of material.