Corning's 'Welcome to the Glass Age' photos
- This car interior uses Gorilla Glass from the windshield to the console. Using Corning's glass in the windshield makes for a lighter construction, which is why Ford is using it for the next GT. Gorilla Glass can also be gently curved to improve ergonomics, as seen here in the central control panel.
- Fridges with big touchscreens are a recurring theme at CES, but Corning thinks they should use Gorilla Glass for durability reasons.
- That's also why Corning thinks Gorilla Glass is a good candidate for large touchscreen installations, like this gigantic wall made up of ten 55-inch TVs.
- This is a concept for an Under Armour storefront. Aside from the transparent touch panels, there are light-up glass fibers and panels that conduct sound.
- In case Microsoft's original Surface concept ever gets widespread traction, Corning wants to be right there. This software demo was pretty rough, but it's meant to show the potential for multi-person collaboration.