The commercial flight cabin as we know it will change forever in the (not so distant) future.

According to the clever folks at the Centre for Process Innovation, a British based technology research firm – the inner cabin is in for one hell of a redo.

Approximately 10 years for now, passengers will receive a visual treat when they fly in the commercial cabin. The aeroplane windows will be replaced with giant OLED displays lining the plane’s fuselage. OLED (organic light-emitting diodes) is the same technology used in the ultrathin TVs that are on the market right now.

Below you fill find more imagery of what the cabin could look like.

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Choose to be surrounded by the type of information you want. Pic: Centre for Process Innovation
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Want to feel like Superman flying through the clouds? Now you can. Pic courtesy of Centre for Process Innovation
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Not sure if we would want to see this during turbulence however. Pic courtesy of Centre for Process Innovation
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Branded content and advertising will be elevated to a new level – 35,00 feet to be exact. Pic courtesy of Centre for Process Innovation
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Pic courtesy of Centre for Process Innovation
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Pic courtesy of Centre for Process Innovation

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