Lotus Glass by Corning and Japanese non-reflective glass to herald a new era in outdoor visibility
2. bananakid posted on 31 Oct 2011, 04:59 3 0
Their glassy near future missed out a large market - displays in (eye)glasses!
4. remyrz posted on 31 Oct 2011, 07:33 2 0
......... ............... ............ ..... I better start working and earn some money.. -__-'
5. Sniggly posted on 31 Oct 2011, 07:40 1 0
I grew up close to Corning. From the sleepy little town it's based in, you'd never guess at the world changing tech the company has put out, but it does just that. :)
7. remixfa posted on 31 Oct 2011, 08:26 1 0
that is aweeesome.. lol
now i know why im in college studying all this med.. to buy all that crap!! lol
8. Jobes posted on 31 Oct 2011, 09:12 1 0
Powered by Android lol I kid. Amazing video tho.. And to think this is pretty close to possible.
9. remixfa posted on 31 Oct 2011, 10:23 1 0
a lot of this stuff was done by microsoft a good few years ago when they were doing their "house of the future" stuff. What's even better than cornings glass wall panel tv? MS's electronic paint that makes the whole wall the TV. :) They took quite a few cues from MS ideas. Nothing wrong with that though as its still awesome.. and we are still waiting for commercial use of any of it.. lol.
10. bolaG posted on 31 Oct 2011, 11:48 1 0
Good stuff. Things just keep getting better. What an era we live in, where tech just keeps evolving for the better =)
11. belovedson posted on 31 Oct 2011, 12:06 0 0
wow incredible. who will be the first to push this tech. im guessing samsung
12. elite monkey posted on 31 Oct 2011, 12:27 0 0
i have that sort of thing on my glasses... its actually works there's a very stark difference
13. protozeloz posted on 31 Oct 2011, 16:04 0 0
I think that's what people used for the iPhone 5 rumor, the similarity is incredible, my guess the render was based on this one
15. squallz506 posted on 31 Oct 2011, 22:24 0 0
farenheit 451 anyone? anyway, hopefully my next upgrade will have this glass. i think this ultra clear glass opens up more possibilities for the clear solar panels that were shown off at CTIA. more sunlight gets through so more energy is absorbed and less energy used by the backlight. cool.
16. Habib posted on 01 Nov 2011, 12:43 0 0
i watched this commercial, like 4 months ago ..
and man it seems like its getting closer! i want a car with that kinda tech the phone and the damn room! the rest can just wait! i like to cook in a kitchen :/