These are several shots of the X1 Everest pool table, a glass pool table built by Elite Innovations that's been treated with a proprietary transparent coating called 'Vitrik' that's supposed to provide ball physics similar to playing on felt. Does it really? I have no clue. And we'll probably never know personally because they're only making five X1 Everests per year (although I believe you can still pick up one of their previous generation G1 glass pool tables for around $25,000). Alternatively, go halvsies with your roommate and buy a regular pool table. It's not like I'm dying to see the pee stains on the carpet underneath the table anyways. "Dog not house trained?" I just party too hard sometimes.
Keep going for a couple more shots, a video of a couple babes playing on a previous generation table, and a FAQ video.
Thanks to Chris C, who agrees the best pool tables aren't tables at all, they're just pools. Cannonball!