Windspeed Technologies Invented a Seat with a 360-Degree View of the Sky

Windspeed Technologies Invented a Seat with a 360-Degree View of the Sky

This new concept plans to equip their airplanes with a seat on the top that would allow passengers to have a panoramic view of the sky.
December 15, 2015 by Globeprime

US aerospace engineering company Windspeed Technologies has just introduced a new concept to their airplane called Skydeck, to offer First and Business Class a hign-end service to enjoy the view of the sky. A low-cost version could access the seats via a staircase to the ceiling of the cabin as we can see as above, while in its premium version, the access will be through an elevator.  Take a book of the premium version:

We all know that the view offered by traditional portholes is a bit cramped, not mentioning if your seat was not by the window. In order to enlarge your field of vision, Windspeed Technologies has taken the concept of a teardrop shape which looks like a glass dome. A film placed inside can avoid condensation and provide protection against UV. Once on the top, passengers could turn the seats around to have a panoramic view. This idea could be used in private jets as a VIP feature or on commercial airliners as a pay-per-view experience. The pay-per-view idea could be more practical, apparently it would be boring to look at the same sky for a few hours without being able to sleep since it would be so bright while flying during daytime, non?