The NIH reports on research from the Fluid Interfaces group and Harvard Medical School investigating the effect of naps on creativity.
In a recent profile, Ganit Goldstein talks about her work at the intersection of fashion, engineering, and tech, and her experience at MIT.
The iconic sci-fi opera VALIS reboots for a new generation
With Ghost in the Machine, alum Misha Sra and collaborator Purav Bhardwaj invite participants to consider the anthropomorphization of AI,
The Washington Post reports on research from the Media Lab’s Fluid Interfaces group & Harvard Medical School that naps could aid creativity.
Ann Berger Valente and Leo Burd of the Media Lab's Lifelong Kindergarten group have been awarded an Education Innovation Grant.
Join the Future Sketches group on Fridays from 12 – 1pm ET for the Lunch Lectures Fall 2023 edition about Computational Typography
Machover’s Overstory Overture is a 30-minute work, for a single voice, chamber ensemble, and electronics.
Opera of the Future PhD candidate Nicole L'Huillier discusses her multimedia artwork with WBUR.
Mayor’s youth employment program brought local high schoolers to MIT this summer.
MIT (and Wellesley) undergrad students can work for credit, pay, or as volunteers. You can learn more about policies and deadlin…
Media Lab alum, Arwa Michelle Mboya, wins Black Immersive Creators Grant for her "immersive Pole Show."
Using Dormio, a project from the Media Lab’s Fluid Interfaces research group, poet Will Dowd set out to pioneer a new reading experience.
"I want to see you."
"When I fell asleep that night, I had a dream."
At MIT, Tod Machover’s ‘VALIS’ receives its first staged production in over two decades
Created by Media Lab PhD students Shruti Dhariwal and Manuj Dhariwal, CoCo is a digital learning platform that fosters collaboration.
In a new study, researchers from the Media Lab’s Fluid Interfaces group & Harvard Medical School find that brief naps can enhance creativity
Researchers from the Media Lab’s Fluid Interfaces group and Harvard Medical School find that brief naps appear to enhance creativity.
Media Lab PhD student Irmandy Wicaksono talks to Society of Craft about his work, which blends engineering with fabric arts.
Media Lab alum Nell Breyer discusses her new work, “Where Lines Converge,” previously on view in Manhattan’s Central Synagogue.
Professor Tod Machover, head of the Media Lab’s Opera of the Future group, talks to the Washington Post about AI, music, & human creativity.
Irmandy Wicaksono from the Media Lab's Response Environments group discusses innovations and ancient wisdoms to be found in arts & crafts.
Catch David S. Kong on Joe Blair's Epic Human Podcast, as he discusses his mission to empower communities through biotechnology.
Media Lab postdoc Adam Haar Horowitz discusses using “dream engineering” techniques to give people more control over their dreams.
Personal Robots alum Stefania Druga and editor Keith Hammond explore the ways that crafters and makers can use generative AI techniques.
PhD students Lucy Du and Ginger Schmidt are crushing the competition — and gender barriers — in the world of televised robot combat.
Professor Ekene Ijeoma talks to Curbed about art, design, and how he uses technology to speak to social and political issues.
“MIT Illuminations” showcases the creative coding work of MIT community members, including Media Lab alumni.
David Nuñez, an alum of the Media Lab’s Personal Robots research group, takes MIT Technology Review on a tour of the re-imagined Museum.
Lawsuits over the development and use of AI tools can have huge implications on the creative process and intellectual property ownership.
This speculative design project from the Tangible Media group is supported by the MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology (CAST).