UK’s R&D institute, the Centre for Process Innovation (CPI), published a nice video showing how OLED technologies can make aircraft safer, more efficient and more entertaining. We’re still a long way before this kind of solutions are available… In February 2014, Spike Aerospace announced that instead of conventional windows, it will use curved, super-thin digital displays in their upcoming supersonic business jet, the S-512. The S-512 will be available in 2018, and will reportedly cost $80 million. Spike did not mention OLEDs specifically , but it makes sense that OLEDs will be employed for this advanced aircraft. Read more about CPI envisions windowless OLED aircraft

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CPI envisions windowless OLED aircraft