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A Day Made of Glass


Every now and then, some IT company releases a video showing their view of the future. Quite often these involve displays embedded in mirrors or work surfaces.

So this video is a little different at it is made my Corning who make glass and ceramics. In other words, the very material that underpins all the display technologies.

Now when these videos first started being churned out a few years ago, we marvelled at how cool the future looked. Today however many of these technologies exist and whilst still too expensive for mainstream use like the video shows, it can only be a matter of time before prices fall and we are all speaking to granny via our kitchen worktop.

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This entry was posted on Sunday, March 20th, 2011 by in Future Gazing, Tech, Thoughts and tagged , , , , , .

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Hello I'm Mark and welcome to my personal blog.

I travel a lot both for business and pleasure, often on my own but also with my family whenever I can.

I really do enjoy taking photos when I travel but would still consider myself a traveller first and a photographer second

I suppose you could think of this as a travel blog but it's more than that. It's really a place for me to share my experiences and thoughts on just about anything.

Considering I work in IT and telecommunications I have an unhealthy interest in technology and gadgets and all things tech related. I also like my cars so expect plenty on non travel stuff to be included as well.

So the words are my own (not my employers) so have a look around and please feel free to leave a comment or Two

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