By now, you’ve probably heard the term “optical glass” in the tech industry.
It’s an optical fiber made of glass that’s used to cover electronic components and components in between.
Intel’s technology is similar to that of some optical coatings used in LCD panels, and it has been used to create a new type of display that’s thinner and lighter than standard LCDs.
Now Intel is looking to change that.
The company recently announced that it has developed a new optical glass panel that can be made with both the semiconductor and the materials it uses.
That means it can be used on a wide range of devices, from smartphones to wearable computers.
The new display, called the “glass glass” solution, is the first commercially available solution in optical glass for a computer, and the first to be made from both semiconductor materials and materials used in OLED displays.
The glass glass solution also uses a new material that is known as haemc, which is a thin, flexible material that can absorb light and convert it into electricity.
That’s a key ingredient for using high-resolution displays in laptops, where the screen is typically only a few pixels wide.
While there are many technologies to make a display thinner and more light-weight, the new glass glass will likely be the first of its kind.
It is, in many ways, a quantum leap in display technology, according to the company.
The technology could help reduce the size of a smartphone and also help increase battery life, the company says.
But while the glass glass panel may look a lot like OLED panels, it’s a much different experience.
OLED panels use an organic light-emitting diode, or OLED, to create pixels.
Glasses, on the other hand, use a glass-based material, haem, that absorbs light and converts it into electrical current.
That current is used to power the display.
The new glass-glass solution, on its own, uses a material that absorbs a lot of light and absorbs a little of it, but uses a much lower amount of electricity.
In order to make the glass-edge panels thinner and longer, the researchers used a process known as the “hydrothermal” process, according a press release from Intel.
Hydrothermal is the process that heats liquid to temperatures higher than the boiling point of water.
The liquid is then exposed to a laser, which generates electrical charges by heating the liquid, and a catalyst.
The heat then heats the catalyst, which creates a solid called haem that acts like a liquid.
The resulting haem crystal is then deposited on a substrate made of two layers of material called elastomeric material.
The elastomers act as the electrodes for the laser light, and they also serve as the lenses of the display panels.
The researchers have been able to make haemcrystals in liquid with a yield of about 20 percent, which they say is a very good efficiency.
They’ve also been able with the right substrate to produce a layer that’s just 1 micron thick and is capable of storing about 10 times more light than standard glass.
But it’s still not quite as thin as a standard LCD.
For its part, Intel says that the technology is scalable to use in a range of different kinds of displays.
In addition to a variety of applications, it can also be used in high-density displays for smaller displays.