No, látom is not correct here.
Objects alone are not enough to demand the definite conjugation.
It has to be a definite object - something marked with the definite article (or a few other things like personal names).
Ablakokat vagy asztalokat látok? - Do I see windows or tables?
Az ablakokat vagy az asztalokat látom? - Do I see the windows or the tables? Some specific, definite windows and tables are referred to; we use the definite conjugation.
Firstly, it's all up to you, this is not a "flying kindergarten teacher" sentence after all. Secondly, language learning isn't only about learning fixed phrases. That's the easy part. The difficult part is to be able to make up sentences on your own. Yes, sentences other people could question when they would ever say.