During the epidemic, people in most countries of the world were confined to their homes and this trend is still going on. This situation has been reported again by Omicron. Now a person has created a map and a virtual (virtual) window. When a small magnetic plane is placed on a map, a view of the exact spot appears in the window.
It was designed by Alex Shakespeare, an engineer who has lived in lockdown for a long time. He says global air travel is closed and people are still eager to see the world.
Alex, on the other hand, has created a fork display that looks exactly like a window. As soon as you stick the magnetic plane on the map somewhere.
High-quality video of the place plays directly in the window which is showing the scene at that time.
Alex is also a hardware hacker and that is why he has developed a display closer to reality. But this fake window is actually a display screen. It is equipped with high-quality LED lights which make the scene very clear.
Interestingly, a thermal camera has also been installed on the roof which, depending on the standing position, shows the scene as straight or oblique and gives the impression of more reality. Alex Shakespeare is pictured with his magnetic map.