This week in news around the web, Corning® Gorilla® Glass previewed “A Day Made of Glass” at the 2016 Consumers Electronics Show (CES). Corning’s project entitled “A Day Made of Glass,” originally produced in 2011, has made its way to the 2016 CES where Corning reportedly presented guests with five interactive surface concepts, including a connected car, retail displays, a kitchen hub, an information-entertainment center, and a collaborative conference table. The exhibition has been part of a larger ongoing project of Corning’s called “The Glass Age.”
“We’ve used our optical and glass science capabilities to dissolve the boundaries between the virtual and the physical,” said Jeff Evenson, senior vice president and chief strategy officer. “For CES 2016, we are demonstrating how the innovations and advancements Corning has made over the past five years are enabling us to actually build what we envisioned in ‘A Day Made of Glass.’”
According to Sam Byford of The Verge, the CES booth was a display of what could come to be if Corning were to partner their hardware with software designed by a software company, which was part of Corning’s goal at the 2016 CES expo.
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