Glass has Ancient Origins but a High-Tech Future

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Inspiration

Inspiration

Glass has Ancient Origins but a High-Tech Future

"The future of how you interact with computers depends on a technology that's more than 3,000 years old."

Glass is one of the most transformative materials of all time, responsible for numerous innovations from windows to telescopes to optics. Today, glass transforms the way the world connects, creates richer entertainment experiences, and even helps drive the trend toward cleaner, safer, more connected vehicles.

With glass at the center of some of today’s hottest technologies, some believe the impact glass has had on our lives has only just begun, noted Dustin Dwyer on an episode of NPR’s “All Things Considered.” Some may even go as far as to say glass is “the defining material of our time.”

Take a listen as Dwyer explores the Glass Age and talks to Corning and other companies who are paving the way with glass.

Learn more here.