Corning envisions a day in the near future when its specialty glass will be at the heart of many of our interactions with the computer and Internet. Screens will be wide, ultra thin, frameless and touch-sensitive. Imagine a fridge door that is really a screen where you can display pictures, write text on and manipulate the digital objects with a flick of the finger. Or interactive work surface tables that you really want to work on — that go way beyond Minority Report UI and anything Microsoft may be currently working on. Watch the video. Whoever came up with the various UI design ideas demonstrates a vision of the future that is very attractive for homes, offices and even schools. Corning should start making useful consumer products; it certainly has people with the right vision.