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Technology march 7, 2014

An Emotional Database Made Entirely Out Of GIFs

MIT Media Lab students create a way to find the perfect GIF every time.

february 18, 2014

Text-Scanning Ring Can Read Books Aloud To The Visually Impaired [Video]

Developed by the Fluid Interfaces Group at MIT, the FingerReader is a wearable device that assists in reading printed text.

Innovation january 23, 2014

Bio-Sensing Book Changes Temperature Based On The Plot [Video]

Sensory Fiction consists of a connected book and a wearable piece, both of which are designed to help the reader experience the main character’s emotions.

Culture january 10, 2014

Piano Reflects Player’s Hands Back To Them During Virtual Lessons [Video]

Visual projections on the keyboard aid in improving skills.

Design december 3, 2013

Easy To Build Cell Phone Costs Less Than $200

Members of the MIT Media Lab can teach you how to create the devices on which so much of their work has depended.

Cities november 7, 2013

Phone-Charging Benches Offer Power In Public Spaces

Seat-e is a piece of smart solar-powered urban architecture with multiple functions

Design september 30, 2013

Illuminating Hidden Pathways Using Projected Light [Future of Light]

Projection lighting technologies can deliver a visual guide and assurance where and when people need it.

Culture july 11, 2013

Springwise: QR Code Graffiti Can Be Read By Viewer’s Phones

The Graffiti Codes project aims to turn illustrations into data-carrying signals that can be drawn and read by iPhones.

Innovation june 27, 2013

MIT Could Make Inexpensive 3D Holograms A Reality

Researchers at the school's Media Lab are developing a prototype color video display using an optical chip that only cost $10 to build.

Home june 19, 2013

Avatar System Could Help With Public Speaking & Social Anxiety

A voice and facial recognition software can simulate real conversations and provide feedback.

Culture june 7, 2013

Scannable Graffiti Acts Like A QR Code

Developed at the MIT Media Lab, Graffiti Codes allow people to encode information into a physical space.

Culture may 31, 2013

MIT Researchers Use Silkworms As Biological 3D Printer [Video]

Pavillion made of the natural material explores relationship between organic structures and digital fabrication.

Technology may 2, 2013

MIT Can Put A Digital Interface On Any Object

Household items could be the new way to take control of computer systems.

Design march 17, 2013

PSFK Picks: Top Five Health Innovations Of The Week

From a pill that maps the body with a spinning laser to a cardigan that can dial 911, we bring you most innovative stories from the world of wellness.

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