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Forbes highlights spinoff Figur8 and its most recent funding round, which raised $12 million.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2021 Core77 Design Awards!
Pattie Maes talks about optimizing technology to be used by people, through fluid, interactive, immersive, and wearable systems.
Fluid Interfaces alum Beerud Sheth talks to Bloomberg Businessweek about his conversational messaging platform, Gupshup.
Vogue reports on the collaboration between Pangaia and Media Lab spinoff Graviky Labs.
Pangaia is the first fashion label to print graphics using ink made out of toxic air pollution.
Read about a collaboration between Media Lab spinoff Graviky Labs and materials science company Pangaia, both founded by Media Lab alums.
MIT spinout OPT Industries uses novel additive manufacturing systems to create intricately-designed products.
Alum Limor Fried, founder and lead engineer of Adafruit Industries, talks to Code.org.
Alum Leonardo Bonanni, founder of spinoff Sourcemap, testified before the US Senate Committee on Finance in this virtual hearing.
Media Lab spinoff co-founded by alum Jinha Lee is one of the 10 most innovative companies in augmented and virtual reality for 2020.
Spinoff Figur8 and member company Toppan Printing have developed a new service using musculoskeletal sensors to assess body misalignment.
Former Labber Rana el Kaliouby, current CEO and co-founder of Affectiva, talks with Reid Hoffman during an episode of Masters of Scale.
Chazz Sims, former researcher in Human Dynamics and founder of Media Lab spinoff Wise Systems, is chosen as an honoree for 2021.
OpenSpace provides next-generation 360 photo documentation, powerful integrations and the smartest analytics tools in the industry.
The startup OpenSpace is using 360-degree cameras and computer vision to create comprehensive digital replicas of construction sites.
Meeting up with holographic versions of distant colleagues is a great change from flat, boring video calls
You can browse through the startup videos and demos below. We've broken them down into 5 categories:Health, Synbio, Food tech.Logis...
Quartz at Work looks at ways that online meetings, with tools like those developed by certain spinoffs, can improve management decisions.
SpatialSpatial’s AR collaboration platform allows people to instantly teleport anywhere in the world and work together with others as if ...
A variety of companies with MIT ties are working to address aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A five-story mixed-use structure in Roxbury represents a new kind of net-zero-energy building, made from wood.
Who needs best-by labels when your package is sensing the food inside it?
E14 Venture Summit celebrates the diversity of spinoff companies from the Media Lab.
"There's got to be a better way to share space and work together remotely—but computers or phones may not be the right tools."
Alum Marina Bers on Seymour Papert, STEM, Kibo, and Scratch Jr.
MLVS breakout sessions, January 28 @ 3:30pm. Sessions take place in parallel.
The tours are only available for those who pre-registered and received confirmation.
The following ventures (startups, nonprofits, academic labs, studios, etc.) will be participating in the first Media Lab Venture Summit.
Alum Ben Waber talks about how the spinoff Humanyze has worked to create a culture that supports employees in taking parental leave.
Wednesday October 235:00-6:00pm
Culture Biosciences runs bench-scale fermentation services using automated bioreactors. They focus on aerobic, high-cell density fermenta...
DeepCure is transforming the field of small-molecule drug discovery, by delivering better drugs in a faster and cheaper way. DeepCure rei...
Formlabs is a 3D printing technology developer and manufacturer. The Somerville, Massachusetts-based company was founded in September 201...
OPT Industries brings together automation engineering, computational design, and material science, unifying the production processes for ...
Canopy is a new personalization architecture for a better internet. The technology is a combination of on-device machine learning and dif...
Wise Systems builds autonomous dispatch and routing software that uses machine learning to continuously improve fleet efficiency and cust...
Tulip connects the people, machines, and devices on the shop floor as manufacturing's first platform as a service.Browse the company ...
Spatial’s AR collaboration platform allows people to instantly teleport anywhere in the world and work together with others as if in the ...
Industry leaders in automotive and related sectors see the future of mobility composed of large fleets—cars as a service—electric and aut...
FIGUR8 has created the first digital health platform to objectively measure and longitudinally track body movement as a biomarker. Their ...
Dry.io lets people with little or no programming skills build full-stack social, group collaboration, and messaging software applications...
Optimus Ride is the leading self-driving vehicle technology company developing fully autonomous (SAE Level 4) systems for geofenced envir...
Labby is developing a breakthrough mobile based spectrometer technology to reinvent the material (liquid or solid) testing process at the...
Entertainment and media are changing—audiences are gravitating towards more interactive and hyper-personalized experiences such as gaming...
ThruWave makes the invisible visible with human-safe millimeter waves—high frequency radio waves that have the unique ability to pass thr...
BRELYON is a new category of displays that gives immersion and high fidelity with no need for headsets.
Mabu is about the size of a kitchen appliance and assists with day-to-day healthcare needs through daily "conversations."
Media Lab spinoff company Figur8 has developed a cost-effective, portable system to measure and track human motion.
A video playlist portraying companies supported by the E14 Fund.
Hamama is a Media Lab spinoff company founded by City Science alum Daniel Goodman and Camille Richman.
MIT startup’s unique approach to improving human mobility is helping it gain traction in a competitive landscape.
Apps developed by MIT spinout Tulip help manufacturers augment employee production rather than automating it away.
“First and foremost we’re a community-builder,” says Habib Haddad, a managing partner of the venture fund.