Even if you’re lucky enough to have a window in your makeshift home office, your neighbor’s fire escape or your own backyard with squirrels may not be your favorite scene to stare at, especially after months of doing so. With WindowSwap, you can review someone else’s view of the change.
Click “Open a new window anywhere in the world” in the middle of the page. The website will show you a 10 minute video with a surprising view. Bikers drive past Maggie’s window in Copenhagen, for example, while the lush foliage in front of Vishrut’s window in Haridwar, India, sways gently in the wind. You can̵
According to CNN, the website was developed by Singapore-based creative designers (and the couple) Sonali Ranjit and Vaishnav Balasubramaniam, who came up with the idea after getting fed up with looking out of their own window.
“Let’s face it, it will be a while before we travel again and wake up with a new view outside our windows. So why not voyeuristically travel until then by looking out someone else’s window for a while? “Ranjit told Campaign Asia-Pacific. “We hope that this kind of ‘travel without movement’ will give the world as much pleasure as it gave us.”
To share your own little outdoor space with other daydreamers around the world, you can send a 10-minute horizontal video of your window view – along with your first name, city, and country – to email@example.com.