Is this a new wing shape? It looks very curved both in the plane of the wing and for a dihedral.
Not really, it's stil plain old swept/extended inboard chord, with local evolutionary improvements. It seems curved in flight due to higher elastic deformation -- probably to save on wing structure mass (or not?)
[...] the future may be a complete flying wing with no windows!
Ah, the joys of mass-transport. Reminds me of pig transport by truck.
My dream machine falls more in line with Erich Sommer's comment on Ar234, "Inside the cockpit, and you felt like being in a glass tunnel". Guess this one's less likely then the boomerang stuff above.
In Formula 1, they have been using bendable aerodynamic surfaces to limit downforce at high speed. Could they do the same thing with the 787 wing, a shape for high lift at low speeds to aid take-off and landing and when it bends the shape changes to provide less lift at cruising speed?