82 inch LCD touchscreen Gorilla Glass 2 panel will be on display at CES. Touchscreens for the automobile and home appliance industry will be displayed via simulators that show off how thin, durable glass like Gorilla Glass 2 can help in making new designs. The centerpiece of Corning's display will be a Gorilla Glass covered video wall with speakers made of the durable glass pounding out the latest news about Corning's glass technology. Those visiting the booth will be allowed to try to damage a sample of Gorilla Glass 2.
As wireless devices become thinner, Gorilla Glass 2 is "very well positioned to meet these challenges and enable broader touch technology penetration," according to James R. Steiner, Corning's senior vice president and general manager. For those who have ever gingerly picked up their dropped smartphone off the floor expecting to see a cracked screen, but finding no damage, it is apparent that when it comes to protecting your expensive devices, Corning is not monkeying around.