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Work april 4, 2014

Window Shutters Create Custom Messages From The Sun’s Rays [Video]

LightByte channels light and shadow into personalized shapes.

Technology march 27, 2014

Data Maps Detail History’s Most Noteworthy Celebs

MIT Media Lab's Pantheon project visualizes who different cultures consider to be the most important.

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.

IoT 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.

Innovation january 10, 2014

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

Visual projections on the keyboard aid in improving skills.

Work 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

Luxury 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.

Syndicated 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.

Sustainability 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.

Arts & 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.

Technology 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.


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