Maybe a little, but this private jet has an incredible view. When I first saw a picture of the windowless airplane. It looked almost like it was equipped with enormous windows. It actually uses cameras to provide a high-resolution 360° view of your environment via screens.
That isn’t the only option, though. The screens can display any image if the airline sees fit. I would prefer if they stuck to the environment outside, though. Whether it is a cloudy winter day or a sunny one, the bird’s-eye view from an airplane is still interesting.
Video conferencing on planes: There are multiple screens in this windowless airplane. Due to its somewhat business class seating arrangement, one passenger can have a screen to themselves and use it for whatever they want (if the airline permits that).
Watching movies and TV: These screens are much larger than the traditional ones in 737 jets. They could actually be enjoyable.
Why Not Use Bigger Windows Instead Of Mounting Costly Cameras And Screens On The Airplane?
There is a major benefit to larger windows: They will be clearer (if maintained) than cameras. Cameras have limitations and will always distort images to some extent. To get that distortion down to a level comparable to windows, high-end cameras costing thousands of US dollars each would be required. Then again, how much would it cost to make such a large percentage of a plane’s body out of glass or plastic? That could be costly as well.
Glass and plastic usually have a very poor strength-to-weight ratio, so making an airplane out of this material would probably weaken its body or add to its weight. However, Airbus mimicked the bone structure of birds and designed a partially transparent airplane. The reason for this is the light weight and strength of the design. The Airbus design has windows with adjustable opacity to maximize passivity, energy-efficiency, and comfort.
Main Source: Mashable.