$10K! I just don't see how. Even if you splurge on the T.V., let's say $2K, and you hire a general contractor to mount the thing properly (hide the wires, put together the frame, etc...) and you pay him $2.5K to $3K you are still way below what these jokers are asking. I admit I think I am high-balling my quotes here for T.V. and custom install. You could very well do a lot of the work yourself and save thousands...just ridiculous.
The demo I saw of this was two screens, the view was of "real" scenery... The golden gate bridge, Niagra Falls or whatever, not just some waterfall right outside the window. There was a sensor to detect the viewer and the screen moved the environment all 3-D like to give u the perception that you were actually looking out into the scenery. It wasn't static, but followed you as you went as scenery does when you move past.
I bought 2 of these and placed them in my bedroom. however, they're not showing the beach or rain forest. I usually use them to display space and pretend I'm Luke Skywalker.
Other times I just look out the vWindows at the Playboy mansion and wave to all the ladies.
Doesn't anyone remember Back To The Future 2? In the future, houses will have them, and they will break. Then we get the repair guy to come over to fix it, he will only call us a chicken and we will throw him out of the house, never to get the thing fixed.