Glass has been key to the advancement of display technologies since the flat panel display industry was created 35 years ago. In 1982, Corning worked with SHARP to develop technology for the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) market. Since then, glass has been integral to display technologies.
Now, we’re seeing more glass being used to enable next-gen display technology, and more displays being used in applications beyond traditional consumer electronics.
From automotive interiors to smartphone cover glass and desktop monitors, glass continues to shape the future of the display industry.
At the Society for Information Display (SID) Display Week in Los Angeles, Calif., May 21 through 26, Corning showcased how it is leveraging its deep material science expertise to introduce Corning’s glass technologies to new applications across three of Corning’s five key market access platforms – display, automotive, and mobile consumer electronics.