With glass technology, it's easy for everyone to get together
Face-to-face time is great. But when you’ve got a team member in Beijing and another in Berlin (and your family is scattered across time zones, too) being around the same table is usually impossible.
Or is it?
“The idea of the collaboration hub was to facilitate the interchange of ideas and basically dissolve distances,” said Dr. Jeff Evenson, Corning senior vice president and chief strategy officer, while demonstrating the prototype Collaboration Hubs for the Home and Office at CES® 2017.
Work teams or families using a Collaboration Hub would activate a wireless interchange with their mobile devices to move content onto the hub, then view it on a brilliant, large-format display for better collaboration.
A touch-sensitive surface makes it possible to move the material quickly, even sketching and writing on it for better collaboration. And sharing can be instantaneous with others across town or around the world.