Saturday, 18 January 2014

Virtual Reality on plane plus more.....







   The big plane that healing it self,and looks like whale and have Virtual reality on board, have a look
"Designer of the Sky Whale, Oscar Vinals, said: "The disposition of the wings and its architecture separates from the airplane’s fuselage like a security measure, that in a hypothetical fatal case of an emergency landing, these could auto-break up to reduce the damages on the passengers section."
The plane would seat 755 passengers, making it economically viable for an airline, such as Iberia, pictured in this concept illustration. Passengers would be divided into three classes: 'tourist class', the equivalent of economy, 'tourist class with sky views', or business class, and 'first class'It's hybrid jets can even tilt like a Harrier jump jet so it can take off on short runways.
The plane's design, lightweight materials and economic propulsion should all contribute to reduced both air and noise pollution.


The Sky Whale, pictured, would be built out of advanced new materials made up of ceramic or fibre composites. It would also have advanced 'active wings' powered by a hybrid turbo-electric propulsion system making them much more efficient than today

The design also features solar panels in the roof to charge onboard electronics.
Three classes of passenger would be spread over the three decks. On the upper level with "sky views and all conceivable luxuries for a trip" is first class.
Business class is in the middle with "sky views and ample seats", while the peasants are at the bottom "with all the comfort and space to have a pleasant flight".



The Sky Whale, pictured top, would have a wingspan of 88m compared to 80m for an Airbus A380, pictured bottom, and 64m for a Boeing 747, pictured in the centreIt's still a concept, but the bold design is economically viable for airlines due to the huge passenger capacity have a look
Meet the AWWA Sky Whale, a concept design for a three storey, 755-seater plane with a wingspan of 88m (an Airbus is 80m)
The behemoth is also suitably futuristic - 'self-healing wings, virtual-reality windows and even a passenger section that would detach in the event of a crash to minimise loss of life."
                                                                                                    Huffington Post UK

So fancy it?

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