You'll never get tired of the same view from these windows. Winscape consists of a pair of 46-inch 1080p plasma monitors mounted vertically, some high-resolution footage shot with a RED ONE camcorder, and a Mac Pro running software that splits the video into two feeds that fit into the twin screens.
Ryan Hoagland's masterpiece would've been impressive enough at that point, but he took it to the next level. He rigged up a necklace that shines an infrared beam at a Wiimote, which with the help of a little computer and video trickery, makes the image pan in the opposite direction you're moving.
Completing the uncanny illusion of reality is Ryan's expert carpentry, building the two monitors into the façade that looks perfectly real.
Want to see how it's done? Here's a video showing the entire process. Better yet, wait until July and Hoagland will build one for you for $3,000. Our favorite: space shuttle video. Oh, the places you'll go.