Three-dimensional Digital Knitting of Intelligent Textile Sensor for Activity Recognition and Biomechanical Monitoring
Augmenting and mediating human experience, interaction, and perception with sensor networks
Congratulations to the Media Lab community members and projects honored in Fast Company's 2023 Innovation by Design Awards!
Castrol membership supports the AstroAnt Payload Program.
The research team was awarded for their proposal titled: "Modernizing photovoltaic textiles for scalability and wearable applications.”
Joe Paradiso talks to host Susan Kish about high-energy physics, wearables, electronic music, science fiction, and the metaverse.
The Institute for Futures Technologies (IFT) is a new space within the Pôle Léonard de Vinci in Paris (La Défense), which aims to…
Join MAS.S61 every Thursday for a public lecture on the Metaverse Connect at the link below:(NEW) Zoom: https://mit.zoom.us/j/939…
Joe Paradiso talks to Data Nation podcast hosts Liberty Vittert and Scott Tranter about the metaverse - what it is and what it isn't.
Media Lab director Dava Newman and professors Tod Machover and Joseph Paradiso spoke during a tribute to Glorianna Davenport.
Ali Shtarbanov + Juliana Cherston of the Lab's Responsive Environments group each won top prizes in the Create the Future Design Contest.
We're thrilled to welcome our friends at the Museum to Kendall Square!
The honorees will be included in the October 2022 print issue of Fast Company Magazine.
Congratulations to Ali Shtarbanov and Irmandy Wicaksono!
MIT researchers created a smart textile linked up with a machine learning system.
Researchers develop a comfortable, form-fitting fabric that recognizes its wearer’s activities, like walking, running, and jumping.
Two projects led by Irmandy Wicaksono of the Responsive Environments group, with collaborators, have been honored as finalists.
Congratulations to project team researchers Irmandy Wicaksono, Don Derek Haddad, and collaborator Loni Landon!
Developed in collaboration with dancer Loni Landon, Tapis Magique is a pressure-sensitive, knitted electronic textile carpet.
Webinar Series " Design Exploration: towards a Moon Architecture" | Invited talks and students' projects.
Photo gallery of the Webinar Series "Design Exploration: towards a Moon Architecture" with all the invited talks that contributed to …
Spacecraft wrapped in sensor-rich electronic textiles could double as scientific instruments
"We set out to explore this topic as projected into twin demons relating to attention."
Responsive Environments head Joe Paradiso talks to Xapiens at MIT about art, physics, history, music, books and movies, and much, much more!
Figur8, founded by alum Nan-Wei Gong, offers a wearable sensor system to improve the diagnosis and treatment of muscle injuries.
Including interviews with two Labbers—research specialist Kate Darling and Cyber Joe, a sci-fi version of Professor Joe Paradiso.
As a part of Proseminar in Media Arts and Sciences, the newly-minted PhD cohort works together to envision future Media Lab research groups
Space research, led by a diverse team of women scientists, will be presented at this year's AIAA Ascend Conference.
Joe Paradiso shares his experience running the Responsive Environments group, teaching classes, among other things during the Covid-19 era.
Developed by a team of Media Lab researchers, SpaceHuman is a seahorse-inspired additive prosthetic for use in microgravity environments.
Here's my take on the future of textiles, as well as the connection between research and manufacturing.
XR technology is becoming increasingly important in a world where the need to know intersects with the need to experience.
KnittedKeyboard at ETH Rethinking Creativity Pavilion
He built one of the largest modular synthesizers in the world: Joe Paradiso is in the new episode of our podcast.
Joe Paradiso talks about making music, collaborating with students (and with the internet), and his massive modular synthesizer.
This mission included participation from several departments at MIT and outside collaborators from across the globe.
Researchers live-stream data in Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary with the hopes of better understanding wildlife restoration techniques.
An interdepartmental collaboration brings out the music of nuclear fusion
Award-winning science fiction author Neal Stephenson
How humans will connect with the Internet of Things
FabricKeyboard is an instrument you play by pressing, twisting, pulling, and stretching.
Updates on the DermalAbyss project
È un’interfaccia collegabile a computer e sintetizzatori, è responsive come un pad e suonabile quanto una primordiale tastiera.
Textile in G Major
In a new project from MIT Media Lab, the FabricKeyboard is an instrument you play by pressing, twisting, pulling and stretching.