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At CES 2019, Corning which is known for its Gorilla Glass showed off a new AR wearable prototype. Although Corning has achieved great heights when it comes to smartphone glass, the augmented reality lenses are a new segment altogether.
The most common issue with the adoption of wearable technology like AR and VR visors is the ability to scale supply. In order to achieve that, Corning is refining the process of creating visor lenses which it supplies to other companies making the visor hardware.
Corning is working closely with a company called WaveOptics, which developed a method of screening AR which has a lot of potentials. The company's research shows that consumers care most about is the look of the device.
Back in July 2018, the company announced the 6th gen Corning Gorilla Glass. It is the successor to the Corning Gorilla Glass 5, which was announced in 2016 and is seen on most of the premium Android flagship smartphones. More than 45 OEMs make do with a Gorilla Glass on their smartphones, and more than 6 billion devices come with Corning Gorilla Glass protection.
The company claims that the new glass in up to two times stronger than the Corning Gorilla Glass 5. In the company's lab test, the Gorilla Glass 6 withstood intense impacts and proved to be more durable than its precursor.