Is This The Future Of Touchscreen Technology?

NRM writes "Corning, the company behind Gorilla Glass, has released the sequel to their original video titled 'A Day Made of Glass,' going into fascinating detail about the possible future uses of touchscreen technology, including advanced chalkboards and hospital room walls..."

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Abdou234498d ago

Most of this can be done or already here, but it's a matter of price.

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GamersRulz4497d ago

It would be a dangerous world to live in !! Glass everywhere !

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Samsung To Take On Gorilla Glass With Its Own ‘Unbreakable’ Glass

Samsung, in a bid to take on Corning and its Gorilla Glass, has come up with a glass panel of its own that is claimed to be 'unbreakable'.

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SunnyZ2131d ago

Not one single mention about scratch resistance. I wonder why...


Corning responds to that worrying Galaxy Note 7 scratch test video

You’ve likely seen the video: Zack from JerryRigEverything performing his now-familiar durability test on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Surprisingly, he appears to leave visible scratches on the device’s Gorilla Glass 5 with a metal pick that rates a 3 on Mohs scale of hardness – “only one step above plastic,” as Zack notes in the video. A new glass from Corning that appears to scratch much more easily than its predecessor is admittedly hot news, but as is often the case, the “scandal” may have gotten blown a little out of proportion.

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KingPin2838d ago

dear god...people are still doing scratch tests, fire tests, bend tests etc in 2016

come on people. buy a $10 cover for your $300 phone to protect the back. and buy a cheap 3-5 dollar plastic screen protectors and your phone is pretty much protected for years.
and then use common sense...you know the simple things....dont put your phone in the same pocket as your keys. dont sit on your phone so dont put it in your back pocket. use lighters on your cigs, not your phone screen.

if they wanna do such tests, go after the "heavy duty" phones such as CAT or something.

TechImperia2837d ago

Nothing wrong in scratch tests man. These phones go through tougher scratch tests in the factories itself before coming out for the masses.

KingPin2837d ago

lol but every year they get scratched an equal amount...surprisingly. you would think there would be a difference between GG2 and GG3 but they pretty much the same. unless the metal gets weaker.....

TechImperia2837d ago

Now corning got nowhere to hide so they are coming up with the best excuses.

wowhdtechnology2837d ago

i think manufacturer companies bring such phones after complete test. so no need to test it again, just use and and enjoy :)


Why Apple is investing in sapphire glass for the iPhone 6, and why Corning should be nervous

Extremetech: It is now fairly clear that Apple is investing heavily in the production and machining of sapphire glass for its future products. Sapphire glass isn’t a new material, but it’s only in recent years, due to improved manufacturing methods, that we’ve started to see it used commercially.

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