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A day made of glass



A look in to the future of lightweight glass input surfaces, computers and tablets.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Atlantia on 7 April, 2012, 7:59
Excellent, thanks for sharing. It does seem that many of these devices are now just around the corner. It also shows how quickly technology develops when there is a hugely profitable commercial sector driving it. If we can't afford shares in Apple perhaps we should buy them in 'windolene'
Comment icon #2 Posted by Arbitran on 7 April, 2012, 9:25
A day made of glass Click here to watch video - 05:59s A look in to the future of lightweight glass input surfaces, computers and tablets. It is good to see that we are coming so close to once again replicating the gods' sophistication. If only Wardenclyffe had been successful, we would have reached a level closer to theirs a century ago. Men like Morgan are the principal threat to humanity--well, them and the Abrahamic religions.
Comment icon #3 Posted by HawkLord on 8 April, 2012, 20:09
gimme gimme. I want it now hehehe


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