‘3D’ Gorilla Glass coming this year

Douglas Soltys

January 3, 2014 9:19pm

Corning has announced an exciting new development to the ubiquitous Gorilla Glass found on most modern smartphones. Citing a new 3D glass-forming technology, Corning says it will have glass in “dramatic form factors” commercially available in 2014.

The obvious application for the 3D-shaped Gorilla Glass lies in the coming wave of curved smartphones, which will be able to bend and twist even farther without a loss in strength or a gain in thickness. Corning also indicated that the 3D-shaped Gorilla Glass will be particularly useful in the development of durable and lightweight wearable technology.

Corning slid the announcement out just before CES, so here’s hoping we’ll see a few devices taking advantage of the new Gorilla Glass next week.

  • asian don draper

    wouldnt bendable gorilla glass be the same as just thick plastic at this point?

    • beyond


  • Alex Ohannes

    Bummer. I was hoping they were going to make a parallax panel.

  • Tornado15550

    Would this be implemented in the Galaxy S5?

  • d a

    Sounds like more 3d nonsense. Warning tech companies, consumers are dumb but there’s limits to how dumb most consumers are. This is why 3d tv is a failure. You’ve been warned. Put out a gimmick AGAIN and it will fail, AGAIN.