A year ago, Corning released a hit video “A Day Made of Glass.” Today, they have released a new version. It still follows the same family of four, and documents their life. Here we see more of how glass influences careers, and they focus on the medicare career.
We see new technologies in this video, and they focus on the tablet a lot here. We see the tablet used a lot for kids and in education. In the video, the kid plugs in the tablet, and it mirrors what the teacher is showing on the screen. Tablets are moving in the direction towards education, and this takes the ideology further. The tablet can also control the “car theme,” which allows a user with a tablet to change the look on the dashboard. This glass is called Automotive Display Glass, which is touchscreen, smudge resistant, and custom coloured. We also see “smart tables,” which are interactive tables with multi-touch. In the video, they showed them using the touch-enabled table to learn about the colour spectrum.
In the medicare system, it showed the dad as the doctor video conferencing to China on a humongous glass wall. He could see what they were doing, and we also saw a 3D replica of the operation beamed right to where he was. Now that’s a lot of bandwidth!
There was also a lot more of what they showed, so check it out yourself! I’ve included the video, and the “behind-the-scenes” look at the video.
A Day Made of Glass 2
The Theory Behind A Day Made of Glass 2