ThinkGlass was recently unveiled at the National Kitchen Bath Show in Las Vegas and is a stunning 4-inch glass countertop that “looks like the luminescent ocean” and actually glows from within. Here is more information from the producers over at Jennings and Company: The powerful LED lights embedded inside give the glass countertop a radiance. ThinkGlass offers a variety of light colors and even the ability to create a “light show” via remote control with special effects such as flashing and fading lights to create an ambiance. ThinkGlass has quickly become a leader in the thermoforming industry by pioneering a versatile technique that allows the creation of new or repetitive textures at a very low molding cost. This process allows the creation of glass slabs without thickness constraints opening the door to all kinds of design possibilities that far exceed anything that can be accomplished with stone, granite or marble. The product has several textures and can serve as glass countertop in a bar or at home, as a decorative art object, can replace an indoor fountain and so on. The possibilities are practically endless. Do you have any other examples of original countertops?