One Ryan Hoagland has a created a DIY virtual window of sorts using two 46-inch Panasonic plasma displays, a Mac Pro workstation, a Wii-mote with a custom-built IR-emitting necklace, Bluetooth, and custom software called Winscape. If everything is implemented correctly, it should result in two large virtual windows that could theoretically project any scene you’d like. And thanks to headtracking technology, the windows will create an illusion that you are actually peering inside this virtual realm. Oh, and you can control scene selection with an iPhone app. Intruiged? You can build one of your own virtual landscapes come this July when Hoagland plans to sell basic kits for under $3000. Look after the break for a timelapse video of its construction.