Yasava OLED Screen Aircraft
Photo credit: Yasava via Robb Report
Switzerland-based Yasava, a design firm, wants to change the way people travel while also reducing the carbon footprint of an aircraft’s interior. They plan to accomplish this by replacing traditional windows with massive OLED walls capable of showing various projections, whether it be clouds or even a forest. Passengers will be able to change the scenery at the push of a button, while exterior cameras show what’s going on outside in real-time. Read more for another picture.

Yasava OLED Screen Aircraft
Since an OLED display functions without a backlight since it emits a visible light, these aircraft walls are capable of displaying deep black levels as well as remain ultra slim. In low ambient light conditions, like an aircraft cabin, an OLED screen can achieve a higher contrast ratio than an LCD, regardless of whether the LCD uses cold cathode fluorescent lamps or an LED backlight.

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Right off, we can reduce our impact by 80 percent. We can create amazing finishes without one tree being felled…it can take up to 200 years to grow a single tree used in aircraft interiors,” said Christopher Mbanefo, Yasava’s founder and CEO.

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