Corning, which makes Gorilla glass used in smartphones, launched its ‘Masterpix’ fine glass prints that will allow customers to get photographs printed on glass.
Masterpix prints photos on thin, durable Gorilla Glass using UV-cured inks to create vibrant, colourful glass prints that are also scratch-resistant, stain-resistant and easy to clean, Corning said in a statement.
Masterpix was launched in the US in 2014. “We are excited to launch MASTERPIX in India. Consumers in the region can now have stunning photographs that will last more than a lifetime printed on optically clear, stain-resistant Gorilla Glass,” Corning President India Amit Bansal said.
Masterpix adds value to consumers, wedding planners, photographers, high-end printers, art curators, architects and interior designers, the statement said.
Gorilla Glass has been used as a cover glass on 4.5 billion electronic devices around the world.