Attribution 4.0 International
Jimmy Day | MIT Media Lab
by Chia Evers
Aug. 13, 2019
For this project, the teams will explore the concept of a 15-minute city using various urban simulations.
Can a new vaccination card simplify the user vaccination journey and create data-rich monitoring of the progress in vaccination?
The teamwork demonstrated by members of Kioxia and Boyden’s lab highlights the myriad of skill sets found within the Media Lab community.
Member company Dentsu and the Affective Computing research group have been collaborating on a research project to use smartphone and d…
Hyundai Motor Company recently unveiled a miniature electronic vehicle that uses Emotion Adaptive Vehicle Control (EAVC) technology.
Designed for mass manufacture and rapid deployment, we are building an open hardware, reusable, sterilizable, modular, and filter-media agn…
A 48-hour creative exchange between more than 40 artists and creative technologists.
More than 400 students attended the event on October 27, 2019.
Ryan McCarthy and Phil Tinn spent a week at the headquarters of Daimler and Lab1886 in Stuttgart.
Based on high precision sensing technology, NEC and the Affective Computing group are aiming to lead people towards healthier lifestyles.
A chemistry, design, and R&D collaboration with International Flavors and Fragrances, Inc.
McKinsey & Co. and LSM ask: Can we understand, and even predict, the relationship between video story content and audience consumption?
An innovative robotic kit that provides a hands-on learning experience to actively engage children.
Taking the guesswork out of “what if” scenarios.
A revolution in music technology has people singing a new tune.
Live Objects enrich users' experiences of their immediate environment.
A breakthrough in wireless technology.
From fantasy to sportswear: bioLogic creates Second Skin.
An add-on, music composition product for Pixter Color, a digital drawing toy for children.
Putting the power of public data in your hands.
An innovative robotic construction kit for children.