MIT Media Lab
This Device Makes People Horny By Playing Fake Breathing Sounds
Masque induces psychological changes by altering how users perceive their breathing.
Turning Carbon Air Pollution into Artist Paints and Inks
Graviky Labs has designed a technology that captures air pollution and converts it into a usable ink for printing and painting.
These High-Tech Temporary Tattoos Can Turn Up the Volume
DuoSkin is a fabrication process for creating temporary tattoo user interfaces.
3D-Printed Hair Can Sense and Spark Motion
The furry structures from MIT's Tangible Media Group have surprisingly diverse applications.
Is This Drone the Next Cy Twombly?
MIT Media Lab's drawing machine, The Flying Phantograph, allows humans and drones to collab.
Edit Reality by Virtually Controlling Physical Objects
A new app from the MIT Media Lab’s Fluid Interface’s group allows you to connect real objects to the virtual world.
This Wearable Light Fixture Keeps Your Face Lit
Nan Zhao’s Halo is a wearable perfect for optimal night selfies.
[Best of 2014] The Year in Sound
2014 was a loud year for sound art.
Use Sunlight To Create 3D Animations On Your Walls
Lightbyte is a new projection technology that makes wallpaper pale in comparison.
Brown, MIT, And RISD Are Implanting Art Into Their Transhumanist Experiments
Gathering art, education, and technology with STEAM.
MIT's Silk Pavilion Explores Digital and Biological Computing With Silkworms
MIT Media Lab's Mediated Matter Research Group has a thing for silkworms and is using them to "print" architecture.
3D? Whatev! Obake Is A "2.5D" Elasticated Touch Screen Display
Forget about augmented reality and 3D displays, the future's in silicone screens that you can pull and push around.