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We invite you to join us in celebrating the science and fiction of brain sensing (all ages!): 📍2 locations 🧠 2 lectures 🧙♀…
Cambridge Science Festival (CSF) is an annual celebration of science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM)
SpaceCHI 3.0A Conference on Human-Computer Interaction for Space ExplorationJune 22 -23, 2023 at MIT Media LabSpace travel and b…
MIND-CONTROLLED AT MIT: DESIGNING THE NEXT GENERATION OF BRAIN COMPUTER INTERFACESWhile everyone marvels over ChatGPT, a much more importan…
A variety of Media Lab community members will participate in the 2023 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
IFT celebrated its launch with a press conference, a research conference, and an evening of interactive arts performances.
An evening of content and conversation around generative ai applications and solutions.
Into the wild: Deploying Brain and Physiological Sensing in Natural Environments to Enhance Wake and Sleep Cognitive Behavioral Studies
“DESIGNING THE FUTURE: A Liberal Arts Major’s Guide to Putting the Science in Science Fiction.”
'Augmenting Brains' is an all-day, in-person event dedicated to the discussion of the future of brain sensing.
Watch the video: Pattie Maes, Andy Lippman, and a host of special guests and Media Lab researchers take a deep dive into generative AI.
Join us to learn more on 500 years of fiction and science of brain interfaces. Guided tours of our installation, lecture and demos ar…
Words Create Worlds: Targeted Dream Incubation
This year's conference featured a hybrid-onsite structure from April 30–May 5 in New Orleans, LA.
In 2022, we have access to advanced technologies and tools (e.g., the upper part of the hourglass). Yet, we are still locked in front of a …
SpaceCHI 2.0: Advancing Human-Computer Interaction for Space ExplorationA Workshop at ACM CHI 2022 / Hybrid Workshop on May 1, 2022&nb…
AI-Generated Characters: Putting Deepfakes to Good UseHybrid Workshop on April 30, 2022 at ACM CHI 2022AI-generated characters (more …
Hosted by the MIT Media Lab with NTT DATA. Captioned video available now!
Greg Daniels, an Emmy award-winning writer, showrunner, producer and director will give a talk “Imagining an Anoitopia” at the M…
Fluid Interfaces researcher Pat Pataranutaporn invited for a fireside chat at Harvard Business School Association in Asia
Camilo Rojas joins MIT Horizon to discuss how his team is developing Project Us, an AI tool to help people increase their self-awareness.
Metaverse Unlimited delivers two days of industry-led forum on key metaverse topics. With an aim to make the international dialogue on…
Celebrating the reopening of the V&A Museum in London, and the 150th anniversary of the publication of 'Through the Looking-Glass…
The following members of the Media Lab community will be participating in TEDxBoston, which is taking place at The ’Quin House in Back Bay.
Kate Darling, Cynthia Breazeal, and Pattie Maes of the Media Lab join Patricia Henderson for a conversation about extended intelligence.
Explore the Media Lab research presented at UbiComp 2021!
Professor Pattie Maes and her students will discuss their research on sleep and dream engineering for applications in memory, health, and w…
A variety of Media Lab community members will be participating in the virtual 2021 ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.
Our aim is to shed light on the importance of experiential integration and provide researchers with a scientifically driven foundation for
This Special Interest Group is a venue for the first gathering of the community, offering an opportunity for networking and discussions.
Space travel and becoming an interplanetary species have always been part of humanity’s greatest imaginings.
A SIG on Physiological I/O that will consolidate successful practices and identify research challenges to address as a community.
Biologically-inspired Structural Color: Material Design and Fabrication Strategies Drawn from Nature’s Color Palette
Panelists with diverse backgrounds will discuss their shared or diverging visions on the future of human-AI interaction design.
This workshop will offer an interdisciplinary forum of discussion for academics and practitioners interested in leveraging these sensations.
About the workshopThe home is a place of shelter, a place for family, and for separation from other parts of life, such as work. Global cha…
Virtual MIT Space Week: Beyond the Cradle 2021We explore the vision of closed-loop bio-digital interfaces for human augmentation, where the…
Attend this virtual, invitation-only conference to see breakthrough MIT research, and learn about upcoming innovative technologies
Join this ML Perspectives segment, hosted by Professor Pattie Maes, where Juan Enriquez will discuss ethics and technology.
Register and Add to Calendar via ZoomAdd to Calendar (for those unable to use Zoom. Please also use the form below instead)Join u…
Open Learning Talks bring together leaders to discuss new research-based ideas, technologies, and efforts in education, at MIT and the world
The following Media Lab community members participated in the thirty-fourth virtual conference on Neural Information Processing Systems.
Presenting "Wearable Sanitizer: Design And Implementation Of An Open-Source, On-Body Sanitizer."
The AI for Good series is the leading action-oriented, global & inclusive United Nations platform on AI.
The following Media Lab community members are participating in the virtual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST).
Olfactory User Interfaces: Toward Implicit Human-Computer Interaction across the Consciousness Continuum
LunchBreak is a series of live, online interviews with science- and technology-inspired artists.
The virtual Cambridge CHI event, which is student-run and open to the public, is happening May 14-15th from 11am–2pm EDT.
When South by Southwest 2020 convenes in Austin, TX March 13-21, many of the speakers taking the stage will be members of the Media Lab.
Knowledge work has become increasingly complex and demanding.Given the magnitude of information surrounding us, our never-ending connection…
The following Media Lab community members are participating in the 2020 conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction.
The exhibition includes work from a number of Media Lab researchers and alumni.
The following Media Lab community members are participating in the thirty-third conference on Neural Information Processing Systems.
Studying physiological signals and how they change gives us a window into ourselves and how we can enhance our health and well-being.
Biodesign—the future of materials, manufacturing, architecture, and fashion.
A variety of research from the Media Lab will be featured at the 2019 Ars Electronica Festival.
Winners of the 2019 Harold and Arlene Schnitzer Prize in the Visual Arts represent four outstanding student portfolios. Each of t…
Current communication technologies often suffer from being impersonal and non-contextual. Using on-body sensors for implicit or explicit se…
Learn how to get started on BioHacking, and how might we create a bio-digital system.
The first workshop on Dream Engineering took place on January 28 and 29, 2019 at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, MA. The workshop brou…
Robotic SymbiontsCommittee:Pattie Maes, MIT Media LabJoseph Paradiso, MIT Media LabGil Weinberg, Georgia TechAbstractThroughout history we …
Join us to explore possibilities and applications of technologies for augmenting and upgrading human capability over the next 10+ years.
TreeSense is a sensory virtual reality (VR) system that transforms its user into the form of a tree.By tracking bodily movement and synchro…
Dissertation Defense for Misha Sra on November 17