No chance in hell I'd get in one. Glass elevators scare me.
Yeah, R5, I can't even look when they shoot a movie or TV ep in that glass-walled Chicago penthouse dealie.
Running into a flock of birds in that thing would be epic!
The bathrooms must be spectacular!
I once flew in a helicopter with the side doors wide open. We were on bench seats facing the open doorways. About 12 inches between the front of our shoes and empty space. They didn't have to tell us to fasten our seatbelts. I sat there attempting to look very calm, but inside, I was totally freaking out.
Not likely at my age. Long gone by then.
Been there, done that.
Yeah, the helicopter thing. I flew on a bubble cabin of glass helicopter and didn't enjoy the experience. It was in Sedona, over the monuments, the bottom would fall out, along with my stomach. People would be so stressed, they'd have to put smoking sections back in.
I'd do it, if they played the "Wonder Woman" theme song when they took off.
I would definitely do it.
It does not look like the floor are transparent?
Well if it is - I would definitely wont do it :(
Just because you can, doesn't mean you should.
If the plane crashed, you could see yourself die in technicolor.
Would it have transparent bathrooms?
No thanks. I think most people on an airplane want to forget just how high and vulnerable they are. This just reminds you of it.
Wasn't that Wonder Woman's preferred mode of travel?
[quote]Supposedly a possibility by 2050.
Where's my personal jetpack?
There's too much headroom in that pic, that's extra weight.
where have you been????? wonder woman had an invisible airplane. silly.
Would it be super, supersonic by then?
That rendering looks beautiful. Now factor in fat, obnoxious parents and their screaming spawn and it loses the magic.
Keeping all that glass clean would be a bitch.
Seems like a rather extravagant use of technology just to give air passengers a clearer, less obstructed view of Bumfucke ,Iowa.
[quote]Seems like a rather extravagant use of technology
I bet the leading edge glass would etch and get opaque over time at flight speeds.
Like the headlight lenses on my car. (not from speed but from UV damage)
Yeah, Wonder Woman needs to get credit for that. Wonder Woman wisely had a transparent plane just in case any horny guys tried to seduce/molest/trick her on that plane. Steve Trevor was a closet queen so she never needed to worry with him.
I don't like the idea. No more Mile High blow jobs. No more jerking off a guy's cock under a sheet.Cum would end up on a transparent floor.Worst of all, all the acrophobics would go apeshit.