ChalkTalk, developed at NYU as part of a Verizon incubator, depends on the network for high-speed AR training that can bring global teams closer
Within three weeks, two college students photographed 15 national parks
Graduate student Jordan Frand designed two accessories a drag queen can use on stage to make a unique performance
New project brilliantly interprets the thoughts of subway riders in New York City.
An archaic typewriter gains a second life as an ASCII portrait creator.
An inconspicuous hearing aid design that can be fashionable and practical.
Annelie Berner's final project for NYU's ITP program used the sweetness of baked goods to help people express their level of contentment versus the world's.
Three students create Branch Out -- an opportunity for anonymous conversations in public spaces -- as part of NYU’s ITP year end show.
Tech thought-leader describes five projects that he thinks are pushing the creative boundaries; and wonders if any rules about creativity can be drawn from looking at such work.
Clay Shirky Of NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) explains how he is constantly reevaluating what he thought he knew about creative practices as he encounters new projects.