The Glass Age returned to CES? 2017, further pushing boundaries and redefining the possibilities of Corning precision glass
Corning brought its vision for advanced glass technologies back to Las Vegas for the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show, welcoming booth visitors into the Glass Age and providing another set of immersive and interactive experiences. By taking some of the most typical daily activities – such as driving, collaborating and exercising – and redefining their capabilities, Corning demonstrated how interactive those activities could be all thanks to precision glass.
In the latest “Inspired by Glass” segment, host Maddie Gionet of Corning brings you into the Glass Age at CES? 2017 to demonstrate how Corning is pushing boundaries and redefining the possibilities of advanced glass technologies.
“The pace of glass innovation has been increasing significantly in recent years,” said Jeff Evenson, senior vice president and chief strategy officer at Corning. “And at CES? 2017, our goal is to capture the imagination of designers and other innovators. We want to educate them about the unique properties of advanced glass and its role in solving some really tough technology problems.”