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Glass coating of 103rd floor skydeck cracks beneath tourists' feet

May 29, 2014
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Tourists to Chicago are petrified after part of Willis Tower's "Ledge" -- a glass cube which juts out from the 103rd floor Skydeck -- begins to crack as they're standing on it. Vanessa Johnston reports. Video provided by Reuters

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Google Gets Luxottica to Design High-Fashion Frames for Glass

Google Gets Luxottica to Design High-Fashion Frames for Glass

TheStreet (Mar. 25, 2014) — Google Glass is getting more stylish. The search giant's wearable technology is about to get a fashionable lift from Luxottica Group, the Italian eyewear company behind brands like Ray-Ban and Oakley. Those brands will be a part of Luxottica's new collaboration with Google, which will see the eyewear company design and create frames for Glass. According to a statement by Luxottica, the companies aim to develop Glass products that will combine high-fashion, lifestyle and innovative technology. Video provided by TheStreet
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Eiffel Tower Dazzles and Gives Chills With New Glass Floor

Eiffel Tower Dazzles and Gives Chills With New Glass Floor

AFP (Oct. 7, 2014) — Visitors at the Eiffel Tower were left giddy Monday as the mayor unveiled a new glass floor on Paris's best-known landmark, offering millions of tourists another perspective on the world's most-visited city. Duration: 01:08 Video provided by AFP
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Water Bounces Off New Super-Hydrophobic Metal Pattern

Water Bounces Off New Super-Hydrophobic Metal Pattern

Newsy (Jan. 21, 2015) — Scientists at the University of Rochester have developed a pattern that makes metal so hydrophobic that water bounces off it without any coating. Video provided by Newsy
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