- A detailed mockup video of a giant futuristic flying hotel designed in such a way that it will never land has caused a huge stir on the net
- According to the creator named Hashem Alghaili, the flying hotel called Sky Cruise will be powered by 20 nuclear fusion engines
- The Sky Cruise promises a sports center, restaurant, bar, playground, cinema, wedding hall, swimming pools, meeting hall and everything
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A filmmaker and creator identified as Hashem AI-Ghaili and a man named Tony Holmsten are set to launch a giant AI-powered futuristic flying hotel called Sky Cruise.
A detailed mockup video of the hotel shared by @nypost on Instagram has stunned internet users and raised a series of questions.
Sky Cruise is designed to remain in the air forever
In a report by NYPost, the creator Al-Ghaili of the mind-boggling hotel believes it is the future of transport.
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Al-Ghaili also hinted at it not being driven by pilots.
"All this technology and you still want pilots? I believe it will be fully autonomous.”
Sky Cruise whose release date is unknown is designed to stay in the air forever.
The cruise which will run on 20 nuclear fusion engines will require plenty of staff to attend to the needs of guests.
The hotel promises a 360-degree view of the sky, an entertainment deck, wedding hall, swimming pools, meeting hall, a shopping mall, sports center, restaurant, bar, playground and a cinema.
Its passengers will be picked up and dropped off at their various destinations. The hotel aircraft has a passenger capacity of 5, 000. Running repairs will also be carried out in the sky.
Watch the mockup video below:
Netizens share their thoughts on the Sky Cruise
"Um I doubt them engines can run all year round . It’s not like a car that you can stop and pull over .. if enything goes wrong up there expect everyone to die."
"I would not want to stay here I feel trapped like I could go places but I can’t go places if that makes sense."
"No thanks!! Flying high in those altitudes mess up with your hormones, besides who would want to breath recycled air and be stuck in a place you can’t get fresh air."
"All fun and games till that turbulence hits you with that 10 feet drop Lmaoo."
Man Builds Beautiful Supercar with Woods
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a man has built a fine supercar with woods.
The talented man named Joe Harmon said the wooden supercar is the result of his long term desire to build something for himself.
Joe, in a video shared by Ridiculous Rides, stated that it took him roughly 9 years to complete as it was very tasking.
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